Assistive technology training
Assistive Technology Training.
Once a client has been approved for assistive technology and we have been engaged as their training provider our innovative process begins.
We start by asking client questions that help form a bespoke strategy including:
- Which aspects of your work are you struggling with the most?
- What projects are you working on currently?
Rather than focus on the product itself, we work with the client, and based on their answers, we form a training plan that focuses on their specific needs.
Involving clients and their line managers in the process, and building a strategy in partnership is what sets our training offering apart.
All our trainers have been promoted through our business from builds technician, technical support, on-site engineers and trainers. Training is less disruptive, and cancelled sessions reduced as technical issues can be addressed straight away by trainers instead of being signposted.
Backed by our continuous and high number of great reviews, our trainers offer the best-in-class training.
- Whether you are a beginner or advanced user, we have the training programme for you.
- Develop your skillset to increase your productivity and get the most out of your assistive technology
- Accredited software trainers.
- Training can be delivered face-to-face at your office, home, school, college or university.
- Training can also be delivered remotely over the phone, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype, Webex.
What is Assistive Technology?
“Assistive technology enables people to live healthy, productive, independent, and dignified lives, and to participate in education, the labour market and civic life. Assistive technology reduces the need for formal health and support services, long-term care and the work of caregivers. Without assistive technology, people are often excluded, isolated, and locked into poverty, thereby increasing the impact of disease and disability on a person, their family, and society.”
Assistive technology is the umbrella term used for specialist services, equipment or software, used to improve or maintain the quality and consistency of your work and life.
There are many different categories of assistive technology ranging from no tech options such as pen grips or coloured ‘post-it notes’ to high tech options such as speech recognition software and touch screen devices.
Choosing the correct support can often seem daunting, however we can offer guidance and assistance in choosing the right solution for you.
Assistive Technology can help overcome the following difficulties