Digital Accessibility


The Internet has become an inevitable part of our daily lives and is highly integrated into our work and home environments. This has created opportunities for the majority, but a huge obstacle for people with disabilities who cannot access all parts of websites. Therefore, digital accessibility is essential. Digital accessibility means that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate and interact with websites, mobile phones and other digital tools.

The Digital Accessibility, Erasmus+ training program was launched to meet the requirements of European legislation on the accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public sector organisations. The project includes 6 partner organisations from four participating European countries: Slovenia, Poland, Greece and Spain. These partners have jointly developed a certified digital accessibility training, which will be offered to various key stakeholder groups in response to the increasing labour market needs for digital accessibility experts in Europe.

The project was co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme with Grant Agreement no.: 2018-1-SI01-KA202-047103.

The objectives of the Digital Accessibility project are:

To create a comprehensive training program that focuses on digital accessibility, ensuring that website developers, designers, managers, and other stakeholders have the necessary knowledge and skills to address the needs of individuals with disabilities.
To develop an e-learning platform that adheres to web accessibility standards and enables inclusive learning experiences for diverse groups, including those with visual, auditory, physical, or cognitive disabilities, as well as older individuals.
To raise awareness about the importance of digital accessibility and advocate for its implementation in VET programs.

The project’s outcomes are:

Digital accessibility skills framework & job roles analysis
Training curriculum & certification methodology
Innovative training modules
Accessible e-learning platform

Project Partners – Participating Countries

Institute for Advanced Communication Management, Slovenia,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, UM, Slovenia,
Centre for Sustainable Development “HORIZONS”, Poland
Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Poland,
STP Consulting, Spain, 
Best Cybernetics, Greece

Target Groups

  • Website developers, designers, managers
  • VET trainers, teachers, and mentors
  • General Public

Our Tasks

  • Branding
  • E-learning platform Design & Development
  • Co-creation of Training Modules
  • Dissemination Activities
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