Computer Classes for Students with Disabilities

Computer classes for students with disabilities are available for efficient and comfortable accessibility. Action’s computer training center goes over and beyond with regards to special accommodations. With a range of state of the art computer and software developers, students are able to develop and empower students with disabilities.

For a student with impairments to master the learning center, our experienced staff should are trained to answer any questions related to disability. Our staffs are able to connect with our students on a personal level as they have a disability too. This means that there is no need for an interpreter and the trainer can communicate directly with the student.  We implement the appropriate technology according to each student’s individual needs.

Our computer training classes consist of disability accommodations and we have added classes and resources for our students.

Our main objective is to ensure that by the time our students have completed our classes, they can enter into the workspace with confidence and the ability to do so independently.

Our computer classes for students with a disability makes every service and materials easily accessible.

Since the start of computers, people with disabilities have been given many opportunities to share, work and connect. In some cases, technology has developed and improved, providing the disabled with an easier life. Technologies that have become available such as the internet are not as accessible as as we would like it to be. However, many programs and computers are helping the blind and physically disabled.

Many of these options are created with the goal of providing independence for those who suffer with a disability. Independent living is possible if employees will cooperate and help through entering into a learnership.

For more information about computer classes for students with disabilities that we offer, please contact Elsie Botha on 011 763 3366 or elsie@action4.org.za and Stephen Bergers on 011 763 2429 or stephen@action4.org.za

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