Accessibility Audit to TEVTA Sohawa by STEP Experts of Accessibility

Accessibility Audit and Disability Awareness Session at TEVTA Sohawa 2010

Accessibility Audit and Disability Awareness Session at TEVTA Sohawa 2010

In collaboration with CHIP Organization, the Special Talent Exchange Program (STEP) conducted an Accessibility Audit at TEVTA Sohawa on March 19, 2010. This initiative aimed to evaluate the accessibility of the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) facilities and promote disability awareness.

The Accessibility Audit focused on identifying physical barriers and recommending modifications to ensure that the TEVTA Sohawa campus is accessible to all individuals, including those with disabilities. The audit covered various aspects, such as ramps, door widths, signage, and restroom facilities, to ensure compliance with accessibility standards.

On the same day, STEP also conducted a Disability Awareness Session. This session aimed to educate staff and students about the challenges faced by persons with disabilities and the importance of creating an inclusive environment. Through interactive discussions and practical examples, participants gained a deeper understanding of disability rights and inclusion practices.

This collaborative effort between STEP and CHIP Organization highlights the commitment to fostering inclusive education and ensuring accessibility in technical and vocational training institutions.

By conducting these audits and awareness sessions, TEVTA Sohawa is taking significant steps towards creating a more inclusive and accessible environment for all its students and staff, ensuring equal opportunities for everyone.

Disability Awareness Session in TEVTA Accessibility Audit of TEVTA Sohawa 2010