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Next Cohort: Oct 10-Feb 10
Oct 10-Feb 10
Through Humber College’s AODA Inclusive Design Training program, participants will acquire the skills needed to make designs AODA compliant and inclusive to all. Whether a Creator working with printed graphics or a User Experience Designer building multimedia web experiences – these programs are tailored to level up an understanding of the various needs, principles, technologies, and legislations to contribute to a barrier free Canada.
Humber College’s Accessibility for Content Creators micro credential covers fundamental topics, including accessible typography, colour contrast, layout and structure, alternative text for images, accessible PDF creation, graphics for social media and inclusive design for both web and print materials. Students will also explore the importance of inclusive language and learn techniques to enable learners to reach a wider audience. Students receive guidance on planning and implementing accessibility features throughout their design process.
In the Accessibility for Digital Designers micro credential, students will explore accessibility principles, guidelines, and best practices tailored to designers working specifically with online mediums. Led by industry experts well-versed in accessibility and AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act) compliance, this program offers a dynamic learning experience that blends theoretical knowledge with practical application. Students will delve into topics such as accessible design patterns, assistive technologies, and WCAG compliance. Learners will acquire the skills to assess and overcome common accessibility barriers, ensuring designs not only cater to individuals with disabilities but also align with AODA web standards.
Micro credentials available:
- Accessibility for Content Creators
- Accessibility for Digital Designers
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Next Cohort: Oct 10-Feb 10
Student Reviews (17)
Best culinary program
Michelle W.Toronto • May 24, 2023
Humber dealt with the pandemic situation in a decent way, like by giving students supermarket gift cards and giving extra video time with professors to make sure everyone got the material down pat. Before the pandemic I did a year on campus. The facili...
Humber dealt with the pandemic situation in a decent way, like by giving students supermarket gift cards and giving extra video time with professors to make sure everyone got the material down pat. Before the pandemic I did a year on campus. The facilities are top-of-the-line. The instructors are absolutely experts. I really liked the students and campus vibes. You will graduate from this program knowing how to work in a professional kitchen. No doubt about that. It must overall be one of if not the best culinary program in Toronto. I am wishing future students good luck!
Program will push you to your limits
Michael JohnToronto • March 20, 2023
Acting for Film and Television
This program about much more than learning how to make film. It's about collaboration and storytelling. You will learn writing and liberal arts and business. It's a competitive program and not everyone makes it to graduation. You will be pushed to make...
This program about much more than learning how to make film. It's about collaboration and storytelling. You will learn writing and liberal arts and business. It's a competitive program and not everyone makes it to graduation. You will be pushed to make films from scratch and have your work critiqued. It won't be good, not at first, but with effort and guidance you will develop a real skill for this. In second year I found my passion for documentary and worked with a small crew of students. Stressful, long hours in the studio basement, but it will make you better. In 3rd year we got bigger budgets, bigger crews and better scripts. Everything just scaled. This is definitely one of the best film programs in Canada and I'm happy to see it on this list!