Access Insight - May 2018
Access Insight - March 2018
Access Insight - January 2018
Max Murray Oration
The first AGM of the Association of Consultants in Access Australia was held in Sydney on 10 November 2000. Minutes of the meeting show an attendance of 25 persons, with 21 apologies. Max Murray was elected President, and Terry Osborn, Secretary. Of those 46 names, 14 remain as members – some are no longer with us – and 7 are present at this Conference. We are a hardy, loyal, bunch.
Access Insight - November 2017
Access Insight - September 2017
Institute of Access Training Australia announces company name change and launches new website
Press Release: Melbourne, Victoria – August 2017
Access Institute is excited to announce the launch of its new company name and website. Institute of Access Training Australia (IATA) has been providing access and Universal Design advice and training to the built environment for more than 20 years.
Access Insight - July 2017
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The Whole Journey - A guide for thinking beyond compliance to create accessible public transport
The consultation draft of the Whole Journey Guide: A Guide for thinking beyond compliance to create accessible public transport journeys… (the Guide) submissions closed on 31 May 2017.
The United Kingdom Construction Industry Council (CIC) on 10 March officially launched their ‘Essential Principles Guide’ for Built Environment Professionals on creating an accessible and inclusive.
Delivery of outcomes under the National Disability Strategy 2010-2020 to build inclusive and accessible communities
On 29 November 2016, the Senate referred the following matter to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee for inquiry and report: