Access Ally Training, Part 1 - General Topics

Access Ally Training is geared towards staff that want to broaden their skills and knowledge base to best respond to the needs of those in our campus community with sensory, neurological, learning and physical differences. In Part 1, we will review ways to create an Inclusive environment using universal design, understanding the strengths of different learners, and improving outcomes for everyone. 

It is strongly recommended to register and attend both sessions (Part 1 & Part 2). Attending Part 1 and Part 2 is necessary to be put towards the Diversity certificate requirements.