VPAT assessments

Overview

One of the most common forms of evidence to show levels of accessibility for a digital product, app or website is the completion of a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template assessment. These templated reports are a standard for evidencing compliance against technical standards such as WCAG, EN301549, Section 508 and other accessibility regulations and requirements.

We offer comprehensive auditing services against WCAG 2.1 AA and supporting regulations, including the UK Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) Accessibility Regulations 2018 (PSBAR), The EU Web Accessibility Directive 2016, and ADA Section 508.

All of our audits include a mix of thorough manual testing using a range of assistive technologies and reasonable adjustments, a selection of automated testing and our expert screen reader review which is conducted by our in-house full time screen reader user.


Deliverables

  • A VPAT report detailing WCAG 2.1 AA failures and other requirements information across the audit scope.

  • A detailed report providing information on WCAG 2.1 AA failures across the audit scope, including suggested impact on user groups and possible remediations.

  • Follow up review session to discuss the findings of the report and remediations with system owners and developers


To help you manage costs, we work on a representative sample methodology when conducting audits. Costs for VPAT assessments can vary, based on the size and complexity of the service, organisation and timescales for completion.

Please contact us to discuss a personalised VPAT quote.

Get a Quote

To get a quote please contact us at info@allable.co.uk and provide us with as much of the suggested information listed below to help us quickly provide you with an accurate response.


Suggested Information

Below is suggested information that you can include in your request to help us provide you with an accurate quote more quickly.

  • Your name

  • Organisation

  • Website URL

  • Suggestion of top 5 priority page types / templates in scope of testing