The “Diploma in Microsoft PowerPoint Using NVDA” is a comprehensive program designed to equip visually impaired individuals with the skills and knowledge to excel in creating captivating presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint. Over the course of 2 weeks, participants will embark on a transformative journey, mastering the art of presentation design through the lens of the NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) screen reader.
In this diploma program, students will explore the various features and functionalities of Microsoft PowerPoint, including slide creation, design customization, multimedia integration, and animation effects. They will learn to utilize NVDA effectively to navigate the PowerPoint interface, access menus, and interact with presentation elements seamlessly.
Participants will gain hands-on experience in crafting visually appealing and accessible presentations, applying accessible design principles to ensure that visually impaired users can fully engage with and deliver presentations with confidence.
The course curriculum covers advanced PowerPoint techniques, including slide master customization, interactive elements, and presenter view options. Learners will develop a deep understanding of effective storytelling and presenting techniques, all while leveraging NVDA to deliver impactful presentations.
Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on producing inclusive presentations that comply with accessibility standards, making visual content accessible to all audiences.
Moreover, students will be introduced to PowerPoint automation and accessibility add-ins, empowering them to streamline presentation creation and enhance their productivity using NVDA.
By the end of the program, graduates will be proficient in Microsoft PowerPoint, equipped with the skills to create engaging and accessible presentations, and ready to pursue careers in public speaking, training, or visual communication.
The “Diploma in Microsoft PowerPoint Using NVDA” opens up a world of opportunities for visually impaired individuals, enabling them to communicate and present with confidence, while advocating for accessibility and equal access to information in the realm of presentation design.
|Course Title||Level||Course Duration||New Batch Starting Date|
|Diploma in Microsoft Powerpoint Using NVDA||Beginner||2 weeks||October 1, 2023|