UAL Short Courses Ltd. is committed to providing an accessible experience to all individuals adhering to the same accessibility statement as University of the Arts London (UAL).
UAL Short Courses Ltd. have specifically ensured they are delivering a more accessible experience by:
- adding alt text on all images on the website and social media
- adding captions to videos with speech
- we are making social media more accessible
- within the classroom we are treating individual requirements on a case by case basis
- we want to ensure your experience with us is as easy as possible, if you can think of any ways this could be improved please get in contact.
UAL Short Courses Ltd. is also committed to achieving inclusion and equality for disabled students. We are happy to discuss reasonable adjustments for students with:
- dyslexia or another specific learning difference
- a sensory impairment
- a physical impairment
- a long-term health or mental health condition
- another long-term condition which has an impact on your day-to-day life
This may include:
- access to course materials
- adjustments required in-class, or online (for online short courses)
- health and safety / physical access requirements
- note takers / interpreters / live captioning
Read the accessibility statements
You can read over the accessibility statements for UAL and the platforms we work with via the following:
- UAL accessibility statement
- Moodle accessibility statement
- Workflow accessibility statement
- Salesforce accessibility statement
- SurveyMonkey accessibility statement
Campaign Monitor have not written an accessibility statement however they do advocate the creation of accessible emails which they have written about in their Accessibility and Email Campaigns article.
Worldplay does not have an accessibility statement available. We are also aware of Worldpay having issues with alternative text, if you have any issues with this please get in touch with customer service.
Reporting accessibility problems with this website
We’re always looking to improve the accessibility of this website. If you find any problems or think we’re not meeting accessibility requirements, please contact the customer service team who will ensure to direct your query to the correct department. Please email email@example.com or call +44 (0)20 7514 7015, Monday to Friday, between 9 AM to 5 PM.