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An exclusive tool for members to communicate with one another, ask questions, and share resources and information. 

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The International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP), a division of G3ict (Global Initiative for Inclusive Information & Communication Technologies), is open for membership. Learn about IAAP membership benefits & join us.

IAAP Career Center

The IAAP Career Center lists the latest open positions for careers in accessibility. It is a resource available for both career seekers and recruiting organizations.


 

Upcoming Webinar

Lets Not Ignore the People that Matter in Accessibility Testing

Date:  Thursday, December 13
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Eastern (UTC -5 hours)

Professional Development and Certification

IAAP has developed and implemented a professional development framework program and certification program to provide professionals a roadmap to influence and implement accessibility within their organization.
 

Organizational Development

IAAP will develop resources and programs by which organizations, corporations and government entities can grow their accessibility strategies to increase overall access for persons with disabilities. 

Announcements

IAAP is pleased to announce our strategic alliance with Wayfindr.  IAAP supports Wayfindr’s goal to encourage the development of accessible audio navigation systems across the world. Introducing the Wayfindr eCourse: Audio-based Indoor and Outdoor Network Navigation System for Persons with Vision Impairment. Learn more about the Wayfindr eLearning Course.


Procurement Credentials.  In 2019, IAAP will offer three new Procurement credentials:  Procurement Specialist in Accessibility,  US Government/Public Sector, European/EN Standards and Private Sector. The Procurement Specialist in Accessibility can be complementary to the CPACC or can be a standalone certification.

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