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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.
AnnouncementsIAAP is seeking the services of a 20-hour per week informational technologies (IT) accessibility developer and tester to work with staff to develop, execute and maintain the organizations IT operational and strategic plan. The selected firm or individual will be responsible for leading IAAP/G3ict internal and external IT initiatives. Full position details and how to submit your proposal.
Final Certification Exam Window for 2018. We are now accepting applications for the final exam window of 2018. Apply now for the Web Accessibility Specialist (WAS) or Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) exam. Exams can be taken between November 5th - December 15th. Application deadlines vary based on location of exam. See full details on our main Certification page.
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. The Wayfindr course is the first-ever online ‘indoor’ digital navigation certificate course, delivered through the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Learn more about the Wayfindr eLearning Course.
Job Posting Announcement for IAAP: IAAP is currently seeking a qualified candidate to take on the role of IAAP Program Manager. The Program Manager is a full-time position responsible for the execution of new and current programs for the IAAP. For full details, qualifications and application form, visit our Program Manager information page.
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.
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