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How to Make Buildings Accessible - One Day Course

About the Programme

This one day training course introduces participants to the key principles of Universal Access and Universal Design to ensure all aspects of the built environment are accessible. A practical workshop allows participants to gain an understanding of the latest best practice design criteria relating to accessibility and explores topics including the design of new and existing buildings, the importance of accessibility in the procurement process, ensuring the day to day management of buildings incorporates accessibility, Disability Access Certificate applications, Part M 2010 and access to historic buildings and places. 


The overall aim of this training is to provide participants with an overview of how to make buildings accessible to all, what standards and guidance should be utilised and how to ensure that the planning, design, construction, day-to-day management and procurement of the built environment incorporates accessibility at all stages. 


Cost / Location

€350 / Guinness Enterprise Centre, Dublin 8

Key Outcomes

Upon completion of this programme, learners will:

To book your place on this course, please contact us.