According to Article 3 of the Basic Law, no one may be discriminated against on the grounds of disability. The group of persons concerned includes the blind, the visually impaired, the deaf and hard of hearing, motor and cognitive disabilities.
Digital learning opportunities should be accessible to all people regardless of age, ability or situation.
Barrier-free digital learning offers can make a considerable contribution to the compensation of disadvantages and the inclusion of employees or customers with disabilities. Depending on the disability, different technical aids are used, such as screen readers, voice input, magnification software or on-screen keyboards. When designing digital learning opportunities, care must be taken to ensure that these aids are supported. Inclusion therefore also requires the development of skills to assess and avoid barriers.
How barrier-free is your company in terms of barrier-free access to information?
How can you ensure that employees with disabilities also participate in the digital exchange of information and digital training in the long term?
Our team of experts for barrier-free e-learning offers will be happy to support you in setting up barrier-free learning offers and will design a comprehensive approach together with you.