MEA Webinar: Accessibility in Events
Push Adventures have been educating the tourism industry on accessible and inclusive tourism for over six years. By building awareness and working directly with tourism professionals, they aim to improve the traveller experience and drive more visitors across Australia.
They have consulted on a range of projects and award programs, including the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse, Inclusive Sport SA Facility Tool, initiated and developed criteria for the Excellence in Accessible Tourism award SA, supported the Adelaide Fringe Festival, an Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu project, Department of Environment and Water SA, and the new Visitor Centre at Monarto Zoo.
Delivering presentations all around Australia, and breaking down the barriers that the experience providers face when embarking on the journey to becoming more inclusive, they pride themselves on being practical and relatable.
They have won numerous entrepreneurial programs and grants to support their quest to ensure everyone can experience Australia.
This webinar will cover:
- What does it mean to be accessible?
- How to welcome more participants
- Understand your physical environment
- Consider the whole experience
- Getting started.
MEET THE SPEAKER
Co-Founder, Push Adventures
Passion and ambition has steered Clair Crowley to pioneer a market in accessible tourism by connecting people living with disability to accessible travel experiences.
Motivated after a snowboarding accident left her husband Scott, a paraplegic, they founded Push Adventures in 2014. The travel company closes the gap for accessible travel community by supporting industry to develop and promote accessible travel options and create choice.
Determined to use their family’s experiences to inform and facilitate change within the travel industry, their experience in tourism, events and recreation, provide an invaluable insight into influencing change.
Registrations & Webinar Link: Registrations for this webinar series will close on Monday, 21 June 2021, 11.59pm AEST. The link to access the webinar and any further information will be shared with all registered attendees at 9am AEST on Tuesday, 22 June 2021. For late registrations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recording: This webinar will be recorded and available to view on-demand on MEA TV.
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Please Note: Registrations for this webinar series will close on Monday, 21 June 2021, 11.59pm AEST. The link to access the webinar and any further information will be shared with all registered attendees at 9am AEST on Tuesday, 22 June 2021.
This webinar will be recorded and available to view on-demand on MEA TV.