Universities, colleges and schools have a legal responsibility for making reasonable adjustments to ensure disabled students aren't unfairly disadvantaged or excluded.
Our Implementing Reasonable Adjustments for Students online training course has been specifically designed for staff working in education. It provides them with a practical understanding of what the law means when it talks about "disability" and "reasonable adjustments". And it gives everyone clear guidance on how to identify and implement reasonable adjustments effectively. By deploying the course, you’ll help to ensure you meet your legal obligations and treat disabled students fairly.
Sara GallagherStudent Support ManagerBath Spa University
We were seeking an efficient and cost-effective method of raising awareness and understanding for academic and professional service staff. The module delivers a platform for staff to reflect on, and learn about their responsibilities in an accessible and engaging way. I am happy to recommend it to other HEIs.
The Implementing Reasonable Adjustments for Students training course is made up of four bite-sized sections:
Defines disability and the legal duty for implementing reasonable adjustments.
Identifying reasonable adjustments
Runs through a three-step framework for identifying reasonable adjustments that address people’s needs. Includes an interactive reasonable adjustments explorer, providing recommendations based on activity and disability.
Making reasonable adjustments
Provides practical guidance on how to implement reasonable adjustments effectively.
Test your knowledge
Comprehensive mastery test to verify each user's knowledge and understanding of the contents of the course. On successfully passing the test, users can download a personal course completion certificate.
This course is available tailored for the following sectors: