ADA (Accessibility) Testing Course Overview

ADA (Accessibility) Testing Course Overview

The ADA (Accessibility) Testing course is designed to educate learners about the importance of creating web and mobile applications that are accessible to individuals with disabilities. It provides a comprehensive understanding of what accessibility entails and the various disabilities that developers and testers must consider. The course delves into the consequences of inaccessible applications, the reasons behind them, and the legal framework governing digital accessibility, including the ADA and the WCAG guidelines.

By exploring the principles of accessible design and introducing various assistive technologies, learners will gain practical skills to ensure that digital content is usable by everyone. Module 1 focuses on the foundational knowledge of accessibility, including accessibility laws and assistive technologies. Module 2 emphasizes the application of WCAG principles and hands-on techniques for accessibility testing using different assistive tools, such as screen readers, screen magnification, and keyboard interaction strategies for both web and mobile platforms.

This course will empower learners to create inclusive environments and cater to a broader audience, which is essential in today's diverse user landscape.

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Course Prerequisites

Certainly! Below are the minimum required prerequisites for students who are interested in undertaking training in the ADA (Accessibility) Testing course:

  • Basic understanding of web and mobile applications: Familiarity with how applications function on the web and mobile platforms is essential.
  • Familiarity with HTML/CSS: Knowledge of HTML and CSS will help in understanding how web content is structured and styled, which is crucial for accessibility testing.
  • Awareness of software development processes: An awareness of the stages involved in developing software can be beneficial to understand where accessibility testing fits in.
  • Basic knowledge of software testing: While not mandatory, some background in software testing concepts can be helpful.
  • Interest in improving web and mobile accessibility: A genuine interest in promoting digital accessibility and creating inclusive user experiences is key.
  • Openness to learning new tools and techniques: Willingness to learn about and use various assistive technologies and accessibility testing tools that will be covered in the course.

Please note that while having a background in IT or web development can be advantageous, it is not strictly necessary. The course is designed to provide foundational knowledge and skills, so a strong desire to learn and improve digital accessibility is the most important prerequisite.

Target Audience for ADA (Accessibility) Testing

Koenig Solutions' ADA (Accessibility) Testing course equips professionals to create inclusive web/mobile applications for diverse users.

  • Web Developers and Designers

  • QA Engineers and Testers

  • Accessibility Consultants

  • UX/UI Designers

  • Product Managers

  • Software Engineers

  • Mobile App Developers

  • Compliance and Legal Officers (in IT firms)

  • Content Creators and Digital Marketers

  • IT Project Managers

  • Disability Advocates working in technology

  • Human Resource Professionals involved in digital resource management

  • Government Officials overseeing digital accessibility regulations

  • Educators and Trainers in the field of web development and design

  • Customer Service Representatives involved with digital platforms

  • Technology Procurement Specialists

  • Non-Profit Organizations focused on digital inclusivity

  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Officers dealing with digital accessibility

  • Entrepreneurs and Start-up Owners building web/mobile platforms

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this ADA (Accessibility) Testing?

Introduction to ADA (Accessibility) Testing Course Learning Outcomes:

Gain comprehensive knowledge and practical skills in ADA compliance for web and mobile applications, ensuring accessibility for individuals with disabilities and adherence to legal standards.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the essence of accessibility and its significance in today's digital landscape.
  • Recognize various types of disabilities and comprehend the statistical impact on the user base.
  • Identify the consequences of web and mobile applications being inaccessible to users with disabilities.
  • Analyze common reasons why digital content often fails to be accessible.
  • Learn about the legal implications of non-compliance with accessibility laws.
  • Master the WCAG guidelines and their application in creating accessible web content.
  • Grasp the principles of accessible design to enhance user experience for all.
  • Explore and understand how to use assistive technologies to facilitate accessibility.
  • Acquire hands-on experience with accessibility testing methods for keyboard, screen reader, and screen magnification interactions.
  • Evaluate color contrast and learn to test for accessibility on both web and mobile platforms, including the use of switch interaction for users with motor disabilities.