Cambridge SU Disabled Students' Campaign are running training on accessibility and support, and you're invited!

Register for a training session here: https://forms.gle/kqqE5LnYPpaXMWaG8

Whether you're a student officer working on disability, mental health, welfare or events, or are just an interested student, you are welcome to take part in our training. We'll be learning about different support for mental health and disability within the university, how to build a sense of community for disabled students and how to make events accessible!

The training is available in different formats, both live and permanently on our website to go through at your own pace: https://www.disabled.cusu.cam.ac.uk/training/

- Live group training via Google Meet with auto captions
- Google Slides presentation
- Screen-readable PDF of presentation
- Plain text document
- Audio file (normal and fast speed)
- Recording of live training with closed captions (available after the first session has been done)

To complete the training (either live or via website resources), there is an online quiz via Google Forms, and you can choose whether and how you would like to be listed on the DSC training page as having completed the training for 2020-21. The quiz is open book and without time limits!

Live sessions

Thursday 17/9/20 5-7pm meet.google.com/bnw-frjt-mqd
Wednesday 23/9/20 6-8pm meet.google.com/cqt-huoo-nom
Friday 25/9/20 2-4pm meet.google.com/jxd-kidg-wgx

If you cannot make any of the existing times but would like to attend a virtual training session, please contact our sabbatical officer to organise a new session (Rensa SU, disabled@cambridgesu.co.uk). Whole committees welcome - not just the 1 person officially in charge of welfare or events!