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Training Course: Accessible Pedestrian Environments

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The Centre for Accessible Environments have announced a course that will be of interest to anyone wishing to recognise the key factors required to design accessible pedestrian environments.

'Access and way-finding in the pedestrian environment' is a live online course, on Tuesday 14th February, running from 10.30am to 3.30pm, and delivered on Zoom.

The course aim

This course will help participants to recognise the key factors required to design accessible pedestrian environments and understand requirements relating to navigation, orientation and way€'finding to enhance the accessibility of buildings and external environments.

Course dates

'Access and way-finding in the pedestrian environment' is taking place on Tuesday 14th February – Book Here

Course content

  • Different impairments and how these impact on perception and use of the pedestrian environment
  • Standards and guidance that determine the design, planning and management of the pedestrian environment
  • Legibility and different forms of communication
  • Applying visual contrast and lighting principles
  • Application of sign design principles
  • Specifying tactile paving in an effective and appropriate manner
  • Architectural and urban design references
  • Good (and bad) practice in the design, layout and management of external environments – photographs and virtual assessment


The training is from 10.30am to 3.30pm, and is delivered on Zoom.

Cost

The course fee is £375

Need more information?

Please contact the CAE if you have any additional questions or require more information about this course.

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