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iLEARN accessibility policy


iLEARN's Commitment to Accessible Training for Individuals with Disabilities 


Facilitate the access to training for people with disabilities

Since iLEARN’s activity is, by definition, human-centered, iLEARN pays special attention in receiving people with disabilities. Regardless of the training mode selected, iLEARN recommends the participant to inform, upon enrolment, about his/her disability situation as well as his/her special needs, in order to accommodate the candidate in optimal conditions.


Access to our classroom trainings

  • For people with reduced mobility

Our venues meet the safety regulations of public access buildings (ERP). We take particular care in selecting venues in places that are easily accessible by public transportation and that offer shops and services nearby. Training premises have been selected in full compliance with regulations for the accommodation of people with reduced mobility.

  • For people with visual disabilities

Our documentation can be adjusted to meet their requirements (printing of training material with a font that can be adapted to the eyesight of participants). It is available to participants prior to the training so that they can transcribe it into braille by using their personal software. Furthermore, guide and assistance dogs are very welcome in our venues to assist their owners.

  • For people with hearing disabilities

Sign-language translators can be made available to participants (this service is subject to an additional cost). In addition, a position can also become available to a sign-language translator coordinated in advance with the trainer.

Finally, since the start of the pandemic of Covid-19 and for training courses that are still held in classrooms, our trainers can be equipped with a homologated face mask allowing lip-reading.


Access to our distant (virtual) and e-learning trainings

For our remote services, we mainly work using the Microsoft Teams tool, which is equipped with inclusive features, such as real-time video captioning.

The Moodle e-learning platform is compliant with WCAG 2.1 level AA.

  • For people with visual disabilities

Our documentation is made available to participants prior to the training so that they can transcribe it into braille by using their personal software.

  • For people with hearing disabilities

Several e-learning modules include the course manual in pdf format, allowing students to attend the training course.


Access to the examination

The candidate with a disability will need to notify in advance and formulate the specific requirements needed in order to take the exam. iLEARN’s disability referent will inform the Examination Institute in order to take the appropriate actions for a proper conduct in taking the examination, according to the needs of the participant, such as:

  • Extra time for the examination
  • Narrators/scribes
  • Use of a laptop computer to answer questions
  • Required access or support to take an exam
  • Exam material printed on colored paper
  • Exam material printed in different fonts
  • Exam material transmitted electronically in advance for printing on a Braille printer.


Do you have a disability and would like to participate to a training course in order to develop your skills? Do not hesitate to contact us.