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Even if your public surrounding is fully accessible - pavement, elevators, entrances and ramps, it would not be fully accessible without structuring your organizational "Human Ramp".

The "Human Ramp",in cooperation with Access Israel NGO, provides training and practical tools to all the different human factors involved with the process of organizational accessibility implementation: accessibility coordinators, service providers, management teams and senior management. The training can be conducted either on-site or online, and is fully customized to your organizational needs.



Professional Training Courses

  • Organizational Accessibility Coordinator

  • Access Audit Conductor

  • Inclusive Employment Manager

Professional Training Courses  ​


Service Providers Sensitivity Training 

Based on the four pillars of:

  • Knowledge

  • Meeting with the person behind the disability

  • Experiential workshop

  • Providing practical tools for an accessible service for all

Service Providers Sensitivity Training 


Inspirational Lectures

  • An Accessible Organization by Global Ramp

  • "The Human Ramp" as part of the Accessibility Implementation process

  • Technological Accessibility in 2020

Inspirational Lectures


E-learning - How to provide an accessible service for all


A full introduction along with customers with different disabilities and needs, customized to your organization's service method.

E-learning - How to provide an accessible service for all


The Feast of the Senses


The Feast of the Senses is an emotional, educational experience, which is comprised of three courses served in a high-end restaurant. Each course is experienced in combination with a different disability, and includes an encounter with people with different disabilities.

The Feast of the Senses


The Accessibility Trail


The Accessibility Trail is a unique educational and experiential activity, , suitable for conferences and seminars, which enables participants to experience the obstacles and challenges people with disabilities face on a daily basis, under the lack of accessibility.

The Accessibility Trail
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