RNIB Access Consultancy Services is a leading pan-disability access consultancy offering access audits, design advice, training and strategic policy development to the built environment and transport sectors.
RNIB Access Consultancy Services
105 Judd Street
Fax: +44 (0)20 7387 7109
CPD booking contact
Mr Michael Parsons
Tel: +44 (0)20 7391 2002
Approved CPD materials
Visual Contrast and Lighting
This seminar aims to arm the designer with knowledge needed to use contrast in colour and luminance to create accessible environments.
Tools for Inclusive Design
This seminar will help you to understand:
- Why you should use inclusive design
- Benefits of inclusive design
- Different impairments and effects on everyday life
- How design affects different user groups
Signage and Wayfinding
This seminar highlights strategies for wayfinding, concentrating on accessible signage. It aims to provide specifiers with guidance on sign design.
Planning for Access
The material looks at planning legislation, policy and building control practices and how these processes can affect the accessibility of an environment.
One Sign for All
This seminar highlights strategies for wayfinding concentrating on accessible signage. It aims to give specifiers guidance on specifying signs.
Introduction to Access Consultancy
The material is a comprehensive introduction to disability awareness, legislation and access auditing techniques for architects and other professionals.
This seminar is a one hour introduction to the extensive issues and legislation surrounding disability awareness in relation to builidings. It includes definitions of disability, an overview of the legislation and regulations including the DDA, Part M and British Standards.
The material aims to provide guidance in the preparation and assessment of access statements. Objectives are to provide an outline of the key issues regarding access statements and enable participants to prepare and assess statements.
Access in the Pedestrian Environment
This is a one day workshop designed specifically to outline the key factors relating to accessible pedestrian environments and assist participants in creating and maintaining an accessible enviroment.
This day long seminar is designed to introduce specifiers to the many issues involved in access and design for disabled people.