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  EVENTS

Oct
21

The EU Web Accessibility Directive was signed into Irish law on 23 September 2020 and requires that public bodies ensure their websites and mobile apps comply with internationally recognised accessibility standards.

The Irish Computer Society (ICS), in partnership with the National Disability Authority (NDA), is holding a series of 3 information seminars and 3 follow up training webinars on the Directive. The first of our training webinars will give an introduction to Accessibility and is provided by AbilityNet. 

  Live Online

Oct
27
This second seminar of the EU Web Accessibility Directive series will focus on reviewing and assessing the compliance of your website or mobile app.  It will examine the requirement under the EU Web Accessibility Directive for every public website and mobile to have an Accessibility Statement.  This Accessibility Statement requires the public body to conduct a review of its compliance with the accessibility standard and to make a statement of compliance in this regard.  

POINTS

1.5

  Live Online

Nov
10

The UK has left the EU, and, since 28 June of this year it holds an EU adequacy decision, recognising the equivalency of its data protection laws with those of the EU GDPR. But for how long? Now, emboldened by its new-found freedom, and determined to advance the interests of its domestic digital economy, the UK government has published a draft paper for the wholesale reform of its data protection regime. No more DPIAs; no more mandatory DPO appointments; no more human intervention in A.I. processing – just some of the sweeping changes suggested by Whitehall. But can the UK keep its adequacy decision while turning its existing GDPR-based laws on their head, or is it playing with fire and hurtling towards an even more uncertain data future?

Free for members

POINTS

1.5

  Live Online

Nov
17
The third seminar of the EU Web Accessibility Directive series will be about creating accessible digital content – Further details to follow.

POINTS

1.5

  Live Online

Nov
25

The EU Web Accessibility Directive was signed into Irish law on 23 September 2020 and requires that public bodies ensure their websites and mobile apps comply with internationally recognised accessibility standards.

The Irish Computer Society (ICS), in partnership with the National Disability Authority (NDA), is holding a series of 3 information seminars and 3 follow up training webinars on the Directive. The second of our training webinars provided by AbilityNet will take you through the principles and methods used to measure accessibility compliance to the Web Content Accessibility Standards.

  Live Online

Dec
09

The EU Web Accessibility Directive was signed into Irish law on 23 September 2020 and requires that public bodies ensure their websites and mobile apps comply with internationally recognised accessibility standards.

The Irish Computer Society (ICS), in partnership with the National Disability Authority (NDA), is holding a series of 3 information seminars and 3 follow up training webinars on the Directive. The third of our training webinars provided by AbilityNet gives an introduction to creating web content that is more accessible to people with disabilities.

  Live Online

Oct
21

The EU Web Accessibility Directive was signed into Irish law on 23 September 2020 and requires that public bodies ensure their websites and mobile apps comply with internationally recognised accessibility standards.

The Irish Computer Society (ICS), in partnership with the National Disability Authority (NDA), is holding a series of 3 information seminars and 3 follow up training webinars on the Directive. The first of our training webinars will give an introduction to Accessibility and is provided by AbilityNet. 

  Live Online

Oct
27
This second seminar of the EU Web Accessibility Directive series will focus on reviewing and assessing the compliance of your website or mobile app.  It will examine the requirement under the EU Web Accessibility Directive for every public website and mobile to have an Accessibility Statement.  This Accessibility Statement requires the public body to conduct a review of its compliance with the accessibility standard and to make a statement of compliance in this regard.  

POINTS

1.5

  Live Online

Nov
03

We will take a look at what Service Management means to us now and how it’s started to change with the rise of automation, self service and AI.  We will look at where this might take the traditional view of Service Management ticket management, by reducing tickets before they even arrive, by looking at trends and leveraging the automation.  We’ll then end by looking at how these technologies can enable us to make Service Management more collaborative bringing about a major shift in the way we think about providing the service and doing more with the same.

Free for members

POINTS

1.5

  Live Online

Nov
10

The UK has left the EU, and, since 28 June of this year it holds an EU adequacy decision, recognising the equivalency of its data protection laws with those of the EU GDPR. But for how long? Now, emboldened by its new-found freedom, and determined to advance the interests of its domestic digital economy, the UK government has published a draft paper for the wholesale reform of its data protection regime. No more DPIAs; no more mandatory DPO appointments; no more human intervention in A.I. processing – just some of the sweeping changes suggested by Whitehall. But can the UK keep its adequacy decision while turning its existing GDPR-based laws on their head, or is it playing with fire and hurtling towards an even more uncertain data future?

Free for members

POINTS

1.5

  Live Online

Nov
17
The third seminar of the EU Web Accessibility Directive series will be about creating accessible digital content – Further details to follow.

POINTS

1.5

  Live Online

Nov
25

The EU Web Accessibility Directive was signed into Irish law on 23 September 2020 and requires that public bodies ensure their websites and mobile apps comply with internationally recognised accessibility standards.

The Irish Computer Society (ICS), in partnership with the National Disability Authority (NDA), is holding a series of 3 information seminars and 3 follow up training webinars on the Directive. The second of our training webinars provided by AbilityNet will take you through the principles and methods used to measure accessibility compliance to the Web Content Accessibility Standards.

  Live Online

Dec
09

The EU Web Accessibility Directive was signed into Irish law on 23 September 2020 and requires that public bodies ensure their websites and mobile apps comply with internationally recognised accessibility standards.

The Irish Computer Society (ICS), in partnership with the National Disability Authority (NDA), is holding a series of 3 information seminars and 3 follow up training webinars on the Directive. The third of our training webinars provided by AbilityNet gives an introduction to creating web content that is more accessible to people with disabilities.

  Live Online

Dec
07
This Course will commence online.

This one-day ( Split over 2 Mornings ) introductory-level programme will help you ensure your admin teams are compliant with current legislation and can identify their roles in maintaining GDPR compliancy.

€60 off for members

POINTS

10.5

  Online

Jan
21

An award winning part-time programme to give current and potential Software Architects the skills, theory and recognition they need to develop in their role. For the first time candidates can gain a full Masters of Science degree in this specialist area through a mixed learning process with an emphasis on practical application in the workplace.

€2150 off for members

  Institute of Technology Tallaght,