Accessibility Help

Website Structure and Organization

By default the audio is set to auto-play on each screen. If you prefer to watch the training without auto-play narration or are using a screen reader, you can turn the audio off. To change the audio setting, select the “Audio Autoplay On/Off” link on the landing pages for the Part B and Part C sections. You can select “PLAY” or use the shortcut key “P” on the audio playbar at any time to listen to the narration on each screen.

The audio playbar has the following keyboard-accessible controls and shortcut keys:

  • Play/pause (“P”)
  • Progress Bar
  • Closed Captions (CC button) (“C”)
  • Mute (“M”)

A User Guide is available at the beginning of every module if you need more help on how to use the training site or what information is contained in each module.

The New Data Manager Training is structured into four main sections:

  • Home
  • Part B
  • Part C
  • Resources


This site is fully keyboard accessible. You can go to Home, Part B, Part C, or Resources at any time using the top level navigation. You can skip directly to the main content, the page navigation, and the menu panel at the beginning of each new page. The tab key advances you through the main sections on the Home page, and then through the individual modules in the Part B and Part C training.

The modules are listed on the landing pages for Part B and Part C sections. You can advance through them using either the mouse or the tab key. You can jump to any module from the landing page, but we suggest you move through the training in order.

Once you start a module the menu panel will list all the topics within that particular module. You can tab through the topics in the menu panel or use a mouse. You can also advance through each module by page using the back and next buttons or shortcut keys. The “Alt” + “N” keys will move forward one page, and the “Alt” + “B” keys will go back one page. The back and next buttons can also be accessed in the regular tab order in the “Skip to” content area at the beginning of each page.

There is an acronym glossary available on every page and can be accessed with the mouse or tab key.