IAAP CPACC Certification Preparation Course

Technical level: Beginner

Duration: 5 hours (estimate)

IAAP CAECs: 5 (This class counts toward renewal of IAAP certification)

Course Synopsis:

This course will provide you with the knowledge you need to pass the exam to become a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) through the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP). The course covers all topics covered on the exam in detail, with self-test quizzes, and links to external resources for further study.

Pricing for Online Class

Each class is $45 for a full year of access, or lower for group enrollment, or when purchasing multi-course curriculum packages. See the the full set of curriculum options for details.

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Recommended Prerequisites:

None.

Course Topics: IAAP CPACC Certification Preparation Course

  • Table of Contents
  • About CPACC Certification
    • Why Certify?
    • Who Should Certify?
    • About the IAAP
    • Scheduling an Exam
    • Exam Format
    • Exam Topics
    • Renewing Your Certification
    • Other IAAP Credentials
  • Basic Disability Concepts
    • Our Diverse Abilities
    • Accessibility Matters
    • Assistive Technologies
    • The Digital Accessibility Revolution
  • Theoretical Models of Disability
    • Medical Model
    • Social Model
    • Functional Solutions Model
    • Social Identity Model
    • Charity/Tragedy Model
    • Other Models
  • Types of Disabilities
    • Blindness
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Low Vision
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Color Blindness
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Deafblindness
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Auditory Disabilities
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Motor Disabilities
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Cognitive Disabilities
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Dyslexia/Reading Disabilities
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Math Disabilities
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Speech Disabilities
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Seizure Disorders
      • Challenges & Solutions
    • Psychological/Psychiatric Disabilities
      • Anxiety Disorders
      • Mood Disorders
      • Schizophrenia
      • Other Disorders
    • Multiple/Compound Disabilities
  • Disability Statistics
    • Incidence and Prevelance
    • Why Disability Statistics Are So Variable
    • Aging Populations
    • Education Levels & Literacy
    • Employment Rate
    • Poverty and Disability
  • Disability Etiquette
    • Talking About Disabilities
    • Talking to People with Disabilities
    • Helping People
    • Service Animals
    • Assistive Technologies
    • Everyone Is Different
  • Benefits of Accessible Design
    • For People with Disabilities
    • For Businesses and Organizations
    • For People Without Disabilities
  • Web Accessibility Principles
    • Perceivable
    • Operable
    • Understandable
    • Robust
  • Universal Design for the Web
    • Images
    • Color
    • Contrast
    • Video & Audio
    • Links
    • Headings
    • Keyboard Accessibility
    • Tables
    • Forms
    • Dynamic JavaScript
    • PDF Documents
  • Universal Design for the Physical World
    • Universal Design Principles
      • Applying Universal Design
    • Sidewalks
    • Building Entrances
    • Multi-Level Buildings
    • Doorways
    • Bathrooms
    • Drinking Fountains
    • Transportation Systems
    • Taxis
    • Emergencies
    • Grocery Stores
    • Self Check-in/Check-out
    • Signs
    • Printed Materials
    • Microwaves
    • Televisions
    • Movies
    • ATMs
    • Mobile Devices
    • Web Content
  • Universal Design for Learning
    • Learner Diversity
    • Multiple Means of Representation
    • Multiple Means of Action & Expression
    • Multiple Means of Engagement
  • Usability and Accessibility
    • Defining Usability
    • Commonalities
    • Differences
  • Myths & Objections to Accessibility
    • Accessibility Benefits a Small Minority
    • Accessibility Should be the Last Step
    • Accessibility is Hard & Expensive
    • Accessibility is Ugly
    • Quiz
  • Accessibility Laws
    • UN Declaration
    • UN Convention
    • Civil Rights Laws
    • Procurement Laws
    • Technology Laws
    • Other Regions
  • Organizational Governance and Management
    • Integration Management
      • Web Development Process
    • Scope Management
    • Time Management
    • Cost Management
    • Quality Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Communication Management
    • Risk Management
    • Procurement Management
    • Stakeholder Management