Virtual Training Events

NMTAP has gone virtual! We will be hosting all of our trainings (until further notice) online via Zoom. You can find training materials as well as their evaluation forms for these scheduled events below. Please note the evaluation forms will not be posted until after the training has occurred. If you would like to be added to our E-Mail Distribution List to receive invitations to these events please send an email to AT Specialist Maurice Alvarez at mauricec.alvarez@state.nm.us 

Training Materials for
Assistive Technology for Speech Communication
presentation at the links below:

List of AT presented on for Speech Communication

Evaluation for this Training: Online Google Form version

Evaluation for this Training: PDF version
Please email PDF versions to mauricec.alvarez@state.nm.us

Training Materials for
Assistive Technology for Brain Injury”
presentation at the links below:

List of AT Presented On for Brain Injury

Assistive Technology for Brain Injury Presentation Slides

Google Form link for Evaluation Form for this training

If you are having difficulty accessing the Training Evaluation Form please complete the PDF version and email to Maurice Alvarez at mauricec.alvarez@state.nm.us

Training materials for
“AT for Adult Protective Services Case Managers”
presentation at the links below:

Slides for AT for APS Case Managers 

List of AT presented on 9/29/20 and 9/30/20

If you attended these trainings (and have not done so already) please fill out the evaluation form for the day you attended:

Evaluation form for 9/29/20

Evaluation form for 9/30/20

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Other Virtual Training Resources

The Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs (ATAP) has created a training portal for video webinars about accessibility.

They include:

  • PowerPoint Accessibility
  • IT Accessibility
  • Multimedia Accessibility
  • Microsoft Word Accessibility

Please click the PDF to review the flyer for Webinar Trainings.

NMTAP is a program of the State of New Mexico Governor’s Commission on Disability, under a grant from the U.S Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Community Living.