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Overview of CLF, WET and all Federal Government Standards  (EWCL101)

Time: 9am - 4pm
Duration: 1 day

Description:

This course is designed for web officers, managers, content providers, contractors and designers who are new to the Federal Government’s Common Look and Feel (CLF), Web Experience Toolkit (WET) and the Standards on Accessibility, Usability and Interoperability. This is a non-technical course designed to give participants an orientation to public-facing Federal Government websites as well as extranets and intranets. If have no experience with CLF, WET and the Standards, or only have experience with CLF 2.0, this introductory course will get you up to speed with the most recent policies, guidelines and templates.

Prerequisites:

None

Public Class Schedule

Location Language Date Price Register
Ottawa English November 22 $ 435.00
Web-based(Opens in new window) English November 22 $ 435.00

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Course Outline

  • Overview
    • A brief history of CLF, WET and the standards
  • The Web Experience Toolkit (WET)
    • Why use the Web Experience Toolkit?
    • How does WET work?
    • What do I need to know about WET?
  • Standard on Web Accessibility
    • What is the Standard on Accessibility?
    • What do I need to know about the Standard on Accessibility?
  • Standard on Web Usability
    • What is the Standard on Usability?
    • How does it fit into WET?
    • It's not just technical
    • What do I need to know about the Standard on Usability?
  • Standard on Web Interoperability
    • What is the Standard on Interoperability?
    • What do I need to know about the Standard on Interoperability?
  • Exclusions
    • What content is excluded from the policies and standards?

Private training is available for this course.

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