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5 July 2019

OZeWAI,
Australia’s national digital accessibility conference, has announced that it
will be holding its next gathering in Perth, Western Australia and co-locating
with the Perth Web Accessibility Camp
(PWAC). The camp will be held 11-13 February 2020.

In an e-mail announcement, it was stated that:

“OzeWAI is partnering with the Perth Web Accessibility Camp
(PWAC) to host the Australian Accessibility Conference. Our conference aim is
to enhance the professional understanding of accessibility across Australia
through networking, education and industry certification.

Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn about and contribute to the future
    direction of accessibility.
  • Collaborate in the accessibility ‘Shark Tank’
  • Undertake internationally recognised industry
    certification exams
  • Celebrate achievements in accessibility”

The OZeWAI conference has been running for over 20 years
with this marking its first time being held in Perth. By co-locating with the seventh
Perth Web Accessibility Camp the move ensures that attendees will be supported
whether they are just starting out on the accessibility journey or are seasoned
digital access professionals.

Additional information can be found on the OZeWAI website. You can also view a
selection of PWAC 2019 highlights.

The Centre for Accessibility is a joint project by Media on Mars, DADAA and Dr Scott Hollier and is funded by the Department of Communities, Disability Services.

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