Atlantic Cape's Center for Accessibility is proud to offer a catalog of training offerings to Atlantic Cape faculty and staff to advance their knowledge and understanding of accessibility and accommodations. Please explore the below list of training sessions and click the name of the session title to view the full topic description, format, and next available session. Registration is required! Please contact the Center for Accessibility to register by phone at (609) 343-5680 or by email at

Open to all faculty and staff, this session provides information on how accommodations are facilitated at Atlantic Cape. We will explore what accommodations mean, how one obtains accommodations and the responsibilities of the student, the faculty, and the staff within the process.

Accommodations at Atlantic Cape Session Dates
Day Date Time
9 November 3:30 p.m.

Learn how to make documents that are accessible to all students to ensure equal access to the learning experience and success. In this session, you will learn the meaning of accessibility and best practices for creating accessible documents.

Creating Accessible Documents Session Dates
Day Date Time
Wednesday 29 November 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday 17 January 10:00 a.m.
Thursday 15 February 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday 6 March 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday 10 April 12:30 p.m.

In this training we will discuss disability sensitivity and how to best work with individuals with disabilities. We will review the laws that give individuals with disabilities their rights, and how they apply to us at the collegiate level. We will be introducing the various types of disabilities, their barriers, and how to best accommodate each disability category. Best practices, etiquette, and advocacy will also be presented in this workshop.

Disability Sensitivity Session Dates
Day Date Time
Thursday 16 November 3:30 p.m.

Atlantic Cape Community College is committed to ensuring that electronic technology adopted by the college for use by students is accessible to those who are blind or visually impaired in accordance with applicable law. In addition, Atlantic Cape Community College requires that web-based content adhere to WCAG 2.0 Level AA Standards, and therefore, will advise vendors of its desire to procure web-based EIT that complies with these standards.

In this workshop, faculty and staff will learn how to ensure that any Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) product considered for purchase or adoption by faculty or staff is evaluated in regards to whether or not it is accessible to people with disabilities.

Selecting and Adopting Accessible Materials Session Dates
Day Date Time
Wednesday 6 December Canceled