Accessibility in Brandon School Division
The Accessibility for Manitobans Act (AMA) became law December 5, 2013. Under this legislation, the Manitoba government developed five mandatory Accessibility Standards:
- customer service standard;
- information and communication;
- employment; and
- built environment.
Removing barriers to accessibility will give Manitobans of all abilities the opportunity to:
- participate fully in everyday life; and
- access and benefit from a system, service, product or environment.
Brandon School Division (BSD) is a diverse community of learners with a complex set of needs. With 25 facilities, over 8,800 students and in excess of 1,500 staff members, BSD has developed a network of resources and expertise to meet the educational and operational needs of students and staff in an agile fashion.
Brandon School Division is committed to maintain and develop its facilities and incorporate design and technology to maximize community accessibility to divisional services as part of its long term planning.
On April 12, 2021, we released our updated, multi-year Accessibility Plan. We are committed to improving accessibility to all parts of our Division for all people, and value the opinion of our stakeholders. If you have an accessibility request and/or feedback, please complete our Accessibility Requests & Feedback Form Here or click on one of the buttons below.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding accessibility, please feel free to contact our office: