Leading members of BATA will be appearing at ATEC 2019 on March 28 in Coventry. The event will showcase excellence in assistive technology, bringing together disability and inclusion professionals from both the workplace and post-16 education to learn about new assistive technology product developments, emerging trends and practical strategies for optimising its use.
ATEC has become a ‘go-to’ event for disability and inclusion professionals providing its delegates with the opportunity to review and compare the latest products from over 25 assistive technology exhibitors.
Entry to the event provides the perfect opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and includes the option to attend 4 break-out CPD seminars from a choice of 16, including a seminar ‘Challenging the £200 hardware charge for disabled students’ by Rick Bell from BATA and Robert McLaren from APPG-AT (All-Party Parliamentary Group for Assistive Technology).
The agenda also includes presentations by Malcom Glenn, Head of Global Policy for Accessibility and Underserved Communities at Uber, Kamran Mallik, CEO at Disability Rights UK and Antony Ruck, Chair of BATA.
Members of BATA receive an extra 10% discount on booking, so to find out more about ATEC 2019 in Coventry, please click here for the ATEC website.