The course is accredited by Attitude is Everything, a charity with almost twenty years’ experience of working with audiences, artists and the music and events industries to make live events more accessible for Deaf and disabled people.
- Discover how getting disability access right can be good for business
- Explore examples of good and bad access provision
- Learn your responsibility under the 2010 Equality Act
- Explore how to make your events accessible
- Learn the importance of terminology and why you should include deaf and disabled people in your events.
This training course is suitable for anyone working in the live music and events industry who wants to learn more about inclusivity for Deaf and disabled people.
You may be:
- An event organiser or producer
- An academic or policy-maker
- Studying Events Management
- Working in a government, local authority or corporate events team
- Involved in venue management
- Working in events-related businesses such as event suppliers
How you'll learn
With Falmouth Flexible, you access your course content, interactions with other students and tutors, and learning resources, through Canvas, an easy-to-use online platform.
You can access the course wherever you are in the world, and you can stop, pause and rewind lectures whenever you want.
Study is entirely online with learning supported by the use of real event case-studies.
It's estimated that you will need to put aside around four hours a week for attending the webinar, reviewing learning materials and completing activities.
- There will be guided learning activities consisting of:
- Concise online presentations to introduce key concepts
- Small group and class discussions to facilitate interaction and dialogue
- Online critiques to test assumptions, ideas and to receive feedback from peers and tutors
- Individual and group tutorials throughout the course
- Independent study
- Self-evaluation and peer feedback
The assessment is taken and submitted online at the end of the course and takes the form of multiple choice questions.
You will need to engage with and complete the full two-week course and pass the assessment at the end in order to receive a certificate of completion.
- June 2024