Using Universal Design for Learning for Inclusive Apprenticeships

At a Glance

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a way of organizing learning environments to accommodate people with a wide array of learning preferences, needs, and ways of expressing and receiving information and demonstrating competency. This brief provides an overview of how applying UDL to Registered Apprenticeships can result in a more welcoming environment that better includes people with disabilities and others with varied learning needs and preferences.

Published jan. 27, 2023



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