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Wrapture Beauty Academy is committed to providing an inclusive and accessible environment for all students, staff, and visitors. This accessibility plan outlines our strategies and initiatives to ensure equal access to education, facilities, programs, and services for individuals with disabilities.

Requesting Accessibility Accommodations

Wrapture Beauty Academy wants to make sure everyone can access and understand information. If you need services and resources in a different format, or help with communication, follow the steps below:

Online Form: Complete the accommodation request form.

Email: Send an email to info@wrapturebeautyacademy.com with your name, contact information, and describe the accessible format or support you need.

Phone: Call 204-894-4643 to make a request.

  • Identify the information or resource you need in an accessible format, or the type of communication support required.

  • Send your request through one of the above channels

  • After submitting your request, a representative will contact you to discuss the accessible format or communication support that best meets your needs.

There is no extra charge for different formats or help with communication.

If you have any questions about accessibility services, contact us. Wrapture Beauty Academy values your ideas and is always working to make our community a better place for everyone by providing services that are welcoming, inclusive, and user-friendly.

Accessibility Plan and Policies

  • Learn more about The Accessibility for Manitobans Act, and find additional information to support accessibility, by visiting AccessibilityMB.ca.
  • Learn more about our Accessibility Plan to provide an inclusive and accessible environment for all students, staff and visitors.
  • Our Accessibility Policy further outlines the many ways we are working to ensure that our programs and course information are accessible to all.

Website Accessibility

Wrapture Beauty Academy is always working to make this website accessible to the widest possible audience. The Accessible Information and Communication Standard Regulation requires that the web content of educational institutions must meet World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) 2.1. Level AA Internet standards. If you have any questions or concerns about the accessibility of our website, please contact us.

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