Formations test logiciel

Technical training in accessibility (level 3)

Technical training in accessibility (level 3)

Compliance to Business - Methods

Goal: Advanced training in accessibility, enabling you to set up accessibility tests and gain an overview of the different tools available on the market.

Profile targeted

  • Développeurs,
  • Testers,
  • UX designers,
  • Agile team member

Mandatory Requirements



1. Introduction to accessibility:

  • Types of disability
  • Assistive technologies
  • Usability and accessibility
  • Introduction of WCAG/RGAA/RAAM
  • Existing legislation 

2. Using a PC screen reader (NVDA / JAWS / Voiceover)

  • Introduction to how screen readers work and their various combinations with different browsers
  • Basic browsing
  • Advanced navigation with keyboard shortcuts 

3. Using a mobile screen reader (Android talkback and Voiceover iOS)

  • Basic browsing
  • Advanced navigation with keyboard shortcuts

4. WCAG criteria in details

  • The 3 levels of compliance
  • The POUR Principles
  • Link between WCAG and RGAA/RAAM
  • WCAG criteria in detail: detailed analysis of the most recurring criteria and those best suited to the context of the customer's application (if videos are important on the customer's application, more time will be devoted to this particular criterion).

5. Automatic and manual testing :

  • The strengths and weaknesses of automation
  • Introduction to axe-core, google lighthouse and wave tools and accessible CI/CD
  • How to structure manual tests to cover as many screen reader and browser combinations as possible.

6. Building an accessible organization :

  • Assessment, Training, Maintenance
  • Maturity models
  • Accessible documents

7. State of the art

  • AI and accessibility
  • Accessibility in the gaming industry

** Deliverables provided

  • WCAG test grid
  • Equivalence grid between WCAG and RAAM
  • Equivalence grid between WCAG and RGAA
  • Automatic test tools
  • List of manual and automatic test tools
  • Training Slides

Teaching methods

  • Theory, examples, handling, examples of operational implementation

Terms of evaluation

  • None