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IAAP has developed and implemented a professional development framework program and certification program to provide professionals working in accessibility and those interested in knowing more about accessibility the knowledge and roadmap they need to influence and implement accessibility within their organization.
AnnouncementsWe have extended our Career Center Job Board Promotion until September 30, 2018! IAAP will be offering complimentary* job postings to our Career Center Job Board. This is a great way to have your job opening placed in front of a targeted audience of talented accessibility professionals! This benefit is currently open to members and non-members. See our Career Center page for more details and what postings qualify.
The International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP), a division of G3ict, has begun work on the next credentialing program for accessibility. The goal is to have by yearend 2018 three new credentials:
Procurement Specialist in Accessibility - US Government/Public Sector
Procurement Specialist in Accessibility - European/EN Standards
Procurement Specialist in Accessibility - Private Sector
The Procurement Specialist in Accessibility can be complementary to the Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) or can be a standalone certification.
We are now accepting applications for the Summer Exam Window. The Web Accessibility Specialist (WAS) and Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) exams can be taken June 11 - July 20. That also includes a special exam date at the 2018 M-Enabling Summit on June 13. For more information and to apply, visit our Certification page.
IAAP announces Higher Education Accessibility Webinar Series and Technical Assistance Package. Learn from national and international leaders how colleges can implement their own accessibility methodology and strategic framework. For complete information, visit our Higher Education Accessibility Webinar Series and Technical Assistance Package page.
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