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IAAP Launches Accessible Built Environments Initiative

16/09/2020 | 0 comments

Group of built environment professionals at building site, one in a wheelchair holding architects drawings Atlanta, USA, 27 August 2020.  The International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP), a division of the Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ict) will be conducting pilot exams starting this September for Certified Professional in Accessible Built Environments (CPABE).

Space is limited to 50 participants per exam. Sign-up today and be recognized for your knowledge of accessible built environments and application of Universal Design principles.

Candidates will be considered "early adopters" and are expected to already have the knowledge necessary to successfully pass the exam.  Candidates for this program have a unique opportunity to take the pilot exam and, by successfully completing the exam, will not only earn the certification but help shape the program and provide additional validity of the credential. The pilot exam is offered at a 50% discount of the list price and retake at no charge within one year of the pilot. 

Links to further details about the built environment initiative and to register your place in the pilot exams can be found at the IAAP Website


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General Information

Submitted by: Ivor Ambrose
Language(s): EN


Publisher: IAAP
Date published on the web: 27/08/2020


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