Individual members of staff wishing to enquire about disability issues and their job should contact Disability Services.
Professional and Organisation Development (POD) provides training to staff in diversity and disability issues and also in First Aid.
All web authoring courses run by IT Services incorporate information about how to make web pages accessible, as does the Web CMS training run by the Web Office.
There is an rolling enrolment, self-paced online course: Creating Accessible Learning Materials for the VLE. It is designed to be both a course, and an online resource to 'dip into'. All staff are encouraged to take the online Complywise course on Disability Awareness for educational institutions.
Disability Services provides guidance on best practice for teaching students with disabilities.
The VLE Support web area includes guidance on making VLE modules more accessible, what technical advice to give to students, and gives general advice on creating more user-friendly and effective electronic learning materials through its accessibility guides.
The Open Door service can be used as a first point of contact for students with mental health issues.
The Communications Office, Web Office and Computing Service all provide information on how you can make web pages and printed publications more accessible.
For further information, contact the Web Office or the Publications Office.
While all committees address accessibility and related issues where relevant to their remit, a number of committees and groups directly address these issues across the University.