Tomorrow’s drop-in is all about customer accessibility

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This week our drop-in session is taking place on Thursday, and it’s a chance to discuss the Disability Awareness Training we are offering in partnership with Creative United and Attitude Is Everything. Natalie Bedeau from CU will be on the call so it’s a great chance to find out more. Email Matt for the joining link and read more below.

In 2018, the Take it away Consortium undertook the first major piece of research to capture a detailed, national picture of the music-making experiences and participation levels of people with disabilities.

The findings showed that many disabled music-makers felt that music shops were generally accessible, however, there is a lack of confidence and knowledge amongst music retailers when it comes to serving and catering to the needs of disabled customers. The MIA, Creative United, and Attitude is Everything have designed Disability Awareness Training to address this issue.

If you would like to find out more about our Disability Awareness Training, please come along to our zoom drop-in session at 10am on Thursday 30th September.

These Zoom sessions are really informal and open to any business operating across the MI sector.

If you would like to join the session taking place this Thursday at 10 am, please contact matt@mia.org.uk