• Understanding and engaging with legislation and policy
  • Second legislative area, policy or standard

Candidates should demonstrate their awareness of and engagement with wider issues that inform their practice. Candidates must cover at least one legislative area (a) and either a second legislative area or a policy area (b). a) Understanding and engaging with legislation Statements here should show how relevant legislation, has influenced your work. You are not expected to have expert knowledge of all of these areas, but are expected to be aware of how they relate to your current practice. In the UK you would be expected to demonstrate how you work within the context of relevant legislation such as:

  • Equality incl. accessibility including special educational needs
  • Intellectual property (IPR)
  • Freedom of Information (if you work for a public body)
  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Child protection
  • Anti-discrimination law
  • Points Based Immigration System (PBIS)
  • Other related examples

In your country there may be different requirements, and you should indicate this in your portfolio. It is suggested that you pick at least two areas to discuss.


A. Understanding and engaging with legislation

Project Vodafone project (for Attic Media)

Problem solving

Storyline course that needed to be WCAG AAA compliant

Solutions

xxx

Reflection

  • What have I learnt from doing what I describe above?
  • What went well/what could have gone better?
  • What would I do differently another time?
  • What was the impact on my users/students/learning?

Working with a corporate branding style guide that 105 pages was a new challenge!

Evidence

screenshots

feedback from Mark and Laith

Other accessibility work in EDU: section in dev standards, accessibility audit workflow to simplify process for colleagues

Problem solving

xxx

Solutions

xxx

Reflection

  • What have I learnt from doing what I describe above?
  • What went well/what could have gone better?
  • What would I do differently another time?
  • What was the impact on my users/students/learning?

Evidence

xxx


B. Understanding and engaging with legislation, policies and standards

Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS)

Problem solving

xxx

Solutions

We developed the course based on the standards that

Reflection

Though I’ve done a few e-learning projects in this area, I’m not sure if it will be possible to our tie in our awareness with child protection? One thing was that we had to be really careful with selecting and the use of imagery of children, because of the sensitive nature of the subject. We also had to make sure there were no biases, ie. lots of pictures of white humanitarian workers “rescuing” cute black kids with pot bellies (obvs word this differently!))

Evidence