Our online or face-to-face training is tailored to meet the needs of your business. Training packages are underpinned by the human rights model of disability inclusion.
Training can be tailored to include:
Physical premises reviews
We conduct access checks for physical office spaces, event venues or community locations. After each check, our team provides recommendations and support to increase accessibility.
Websites and digital content
We review websites, digital spaces and social media for accessibility with screen readers and Easy English, and provide recommendations on how to increase accessibility.
Policies and procedures reviews
Through reviewing human resources social inclusion and employment policies, we provide recommendations to ensure your business is adhering to national and state-based legislation for disability.
At times, people with intellectual disability may find documents difficult to understand due to large pieces of text, abstract or complex language or lack of images to support understanding.
Maven consultants create simple text to suit the needs of the client in communicating with all individuals in their community. Maven partners with Blend Creative who then create the style, layout and images aligned to Easy Read principles and client branding guidelines.
Applying detailed review processes and following Easy Read principles, clients are provided with content which includes:
Maven's experts can:
Your business can join ‘Maven Partners’ – an energetic and vibrant community that shares successes and lessons learnt, resources, latest research and events.
On Thursday 29 July Maven Senior Manager Alex Kay, along with Maven Advisors Nick and Michael, who combine their lived experience of disability and access & inclusion knowledge to delivered practical and transformational Disability Awareness Training.
Every year on 3 December, we mark International Day of People with Disability by raising awareness and celebrating the achievements and contributions that people with disability bring to our workplace, our programs and communities.
Scope Global is delighted to announce a joint national initiative with eftpos which aims to strengthen and simplify digital identification processes for people living with disability, in an Australia-first pilot.