Wales Council of the Blind

Services with the keyword: training

Access Unlimited - (Royal Society for Blind Children)

A gateway to RSBC services in Wales: Employment; Assistive Technology; Family Support; Information and Advice; Activities. In partnership with North Wales Society for the Blind, Vision Support, Wales Council of the Blind, Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services Council, Boys and Girls Clubs of Wales.

Blazie accessibility scripting and training - (Blazie)

Blazie write custom scripts for screen readers, as well as provide training teams of software engineers on the latest WCAG guidelines and HTML accessibility practices.

Computer training - (Sight Life)

Fully trained volunteers provide training in basic computer skills, touch typing, use of email and the internet, on a one-to-one basis.

Deafblind UK Technology Support - (Deafblind UK)

Our technology support service teaches you to make the most of technology to help you be as independent as possible. From magnification to voice recognition, we can show you how to make the most of the gadgets you’ve already got or how to use specialist accessibility software.

Digital Skills Training - North East Wales - (Vision Support)

Vision Support provide digital training whether you are a complete beginner and want to know about the technology available or you have a device and you want to make it more accessible/learn how to use the accessibility features. We are able to come to your home and provide one-to-one training. We provide support throughout North-East Wales.

Dolphin assistive technology products - (Dolphin Computer Access Ltd)

Dolphin assistive technology products are designed to improve accessibility and independence on computers, for people with a wide range of vision impairments. This includes screen readers for people who are blind, and magnification and audio products for people who have partial sight and low vision.

Humanware technological aids - (HumanWare)

HumanWare develop technological aids enabling people living with vision impairment to develop their potential, live independently and improve quality of life by promoting literacy, inclusion, and accessibility.

IT Support for disabled people - (AbilityNet)

AbilityNet offers a range of free services to enable disabled people to make use of assitive technologies. These include free factsheets, a telephone helpline and an on-line assessment tool.

JobSense - (Elite Supported Employment Agency)

By using Specialist Employment Advisers, we're able to support people with sight &/or hearing loss, through a range of interventions tailored to the needs and circumstances of the individual. In partnership with Centre of Sign Sight Sound (COS), Merthyr Tydfil Institute for the Blind (MTIB), and Agoriad Cyf, ELITE's role in JobSense is to work with jobseekers who have sight &/or hearing loss. We also work with employers to enable their ability to recruit from a diverse workforce inclusively.

Microlink accessibility training - (Microlink)

From Dyslexia to Arthritis, to visual and hearing losses, whatever the condition, Microlink can assess, advise, supply, train and support anyone looking to break down a barrier caused by their conditions.

NWSB Assistive Technology - (North Wales Society of the Blind)

Our technology service enables individuals to become more independent and access information, and includes specialist training advice and guidance from an experienced tutor who will work with you through a program of individual learning aims to help you reach your personal goals. We can advise on appropriate technology or software including: accessibility options; magnification and speech software; tablet devices including the iPad and Kindle.

Reineker access solutions - (Reinecker)

Reinecker offer a wide range of products and individual solutions. This includes optical and electronic magnifiers, desktop video magnifiers, transportable camera systems, vocal systems and magnifying Software for PC and MAC. They also offer individual consulting and training.

Techno-Vision Systems products and services - (Techno-Vision Systems)

Techno Vision Systems Ltd sell Braille translation software, Braille embossers, Braille paper, music products, keyboard enhancements and tactile drawing. They also provide telephone support, training, repairs and maintenance.

Technology for Work Training Course - (Technology Association of Visually Impaired people (TAVIP))

TAVIP's Technology for Work Training Course offers members up to 5 hours of free one-to-one training to help them gain the IT skills needed in the work place so that, with other pre-employment support, they are ready to make the step into paid work.

Technology Support - (Sight Cymru)

Our IT Officers are able to support you in your own home with computers, tablets and other assistive technology.

Vision Aid Technologies low vision and blindness products - (VisionAid Technologies)

Vision Aid Technologies is one of the largest specialist low vision & blindness product suppliers in the UK. Their range of over 1,000 products are carefully tested & selected from over 100 manufacturers around the world. This gives people the opportunity to view a comprehensive range of products in one location. The range of products include low vision, braille devices, video magnifiers, reading machines, access software and more.