Training and Consultancy

Training Courses

  1. Accessible Performances for Disabled Audiences – ensure that your performances are accessible for people with a wide range of impairments and you will boost your potential audience and ticket sales
  2. Arts Equality – build access and inclusion into everything you do as an arts organisation or practitioner and you will reap the rewards
  3. Assisted Performances – understand how to support Deaf people and visually impaired people so that they can access and enjoy your performances (info coming soon)
  4. Disability Equality – learn about the fundamentals of disability equality and the practical applications of the Social Model and the ‘Reasonable Adjustment’
  5. Disability Etiquette – avoid inadvertently offending or excluding disabled customers by learning the basics of language and etiquette – for front of house staff, stewards, volunteers etc.  (info coming soon)
  6. Festival and Event Equality – gain an insight into creating a truly memorable and accessible event, whatever your budget
  7. Leading Accessible Workshops – discover how Artists and Workshop Leaders can work in a way that blends creativity with inclusion (info coming soon)
  8. Mental Health First Aid – find out how to support a person in a mental health crisis situation and maybe even save a life

Previous training clients include:

  • The Arts Council of Wales
  • Chapter Arts Centre
  • Community Dance Wales
  • Community Music Wales
  • Clwyd Theatr Cymru
  • Dawns I Bawb
  • Dinefwr Festival
  • Galeri
  • Grand Theatre Swansea
  • Groundwork Wales
  • HAUL
  • Museumland, Powys
  • National Museums & Galleries of Wales
  • National Theatre Wales
  • Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
  • Sherman Theatre
  • Taking Flight
  • Total Music
  • Wales Millennium Centre
  • Voluntary Arts Network


Disability Arts Cymru provides a consultancy service for arts organisations on specific issues relating to disability and the arts.

Disability Arts Consultancy could cover any of the following issues:

  • Development of disability related policy
  • Developing disability arts within your organisation
  • Employing disabled people in the arts
  • Marketing & reaching disabled people

Previous consultancy clients include:

  • Arts Council of Wales
  • Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
  • Royal College of Organists
  • Voluntary Arts Network

For further details please contact the Disability Arts Cymru office.

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