Join more than 55 accredited access auditors in Guernsey

Our next accredited access auditing course is Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th November 2022 (2nd dates for this year!). There will also be a morning practical session on Friday 11th November for all past trainers


This course is aimed at anyone interested in taking their access knowledge to a higher level and gain an understanding of the practicalities of access improvements in light of the Equality Act 2010. This course is ideal for anyone considering NRAC accreditation, or looking to develop access auditing skills alongside a practical understanding of implementing access into building management practices.

About the course

This is CAE’s most popular course.
This popular long running two day programme covers the following areas:

  • Access awareness
  • The Equality Act 2010 (UK), local Guernsey Discrimination Legislation,  other legislation and design standards
  • Principles of inclusive design, design guidance and access strategies are brought to life by our experienced trainers.
  • Appraisal and auditing methodologies are explored, formats for reports and making priorities and recommendations.

Participants have the opportunity to experience undertaking access design appraisals and access audits in supervised exercises.


  • Wednesday 9th November – 9:30-4:30pm
  • Thursday 10th November – 9:30-4:30pm
  • Friday 11th November – 9:30-11:30am – practical session for all Guernsey Access Auditors

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“The CAE Access Auditors course is a well run course that not only provides you the knowledge to undertake an access audit, but also explains some of the difficulties that people with different disabilities may face accessing services”. Paul Watts, Savills

Centre for Accessible Environments – Access Audit Course:

“The course provided by the Centre for Accessible Environments was presented by Vin Goodwin, an experienced speaker with in-depth knowledge on the provision of accessible buildings. This provided a broad knowledge that delved deeper into the ways that the built environment can inhibit or facilitate users. As a Chartered Architect, Esther felt it brought a practical knowledge that demonstrated the importance of decisions made during the design of buildings.” Esther Male, CCD