The good news is nonprofit performing arts orgs are well on their way to restaffing after pandemic furloughs and layoffs. Having said that, the reality is many groups lost team members with website content management experience that had spent the last few years developing some killer Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) skills.
What that means is new members moving into those roles without that experience are far more likely to inadvertently undo a lot of the progress made toward making the organization’s website compliant.
While it’s unrealistic to expect them to learn everything overnight, you should make sure everyone understands the importance of maintaining those advances and provide the tools to start developing those skills.
To that end, here are links to articles that provide step by step instructions on how to begin mastering the three most common, and obtainable, WCAG compliance skills content managers need to have under their belt. I wrote this series of articles for ArtsHacker in 2019 and the good news is they are as applicable now as they were then.