Accessible Social Media


Social Media is a now growing aspect of communicating with your customers; by designing accessible communications into your campaigns, you have the opportunity to embed good practices and engage more people across all platforms.

This half day course will introduce you to the key aspects of building accessible social media content and campaigns, taking you from planning to publishing in order for you to better build your brand.

Watch Georgia Mann discuss what attendees will learn on the Accessible Social Media training course in the brief video below.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this training delegates should have the knowledge and tools to:

  • Create accessible social media campaigns from planning to publishing

  • Understand how to use the in-built social media accessibility tools

  • Be able to overcome the barriers that social media can present in accessibility

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Welcome and Clarification of Learning Objectives

Session 1: Basic Principles of Accessibility and Content Creation

  • What is accessible social media?

  • Content creation; what to check when creating graphics, videos, images, stories and reels.

  • Ethics and Reputational Risk

Break 1

Session 2: Posting and In-built Tools of Major Platforms

  • Moving from planning to publishing

  • The five main platforms; Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Youtube

  • Covering the in-built accessibility tools

Break 2:

Session 3: Case Study and Q&A

  • Attendees will put into practice what they have learned over the training and will look back at their own content to identify accessibility issues

  • Demonstrations of how to make accessible content