Relevant domains for the CPACC credential include the web and other digital technologies, architecture and the built environment, consumer and industrial design, transportation systems, and any domain in which thoughtful design, policy, and management can improve disability access.
The CPACC is the ideal credential for those who manage and support accessibility, but who may not personally design, implement, or evaluate the technical details of accessible solutions. For those who do work at the technical level, IAAP will be working to create domain-specific professional credentials which build on the associate-level credential. The IAAP will add other technical professional certification credentials in other domains in accordance with market and professional demand. Prepare for an Exam page to access all exam preparation resources.
- You can read more about maintaining and renewing CPACC Certification on our Maintaining Certification webpage.
- You can read more about earning CAECs on our Continuing Accessibility Education FAQ webpage.
- You can submit CAECs via our online CAEC submission form.
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