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From: Karina Boycheva
Date: Tue, Sep 26 2017 11:55AM
Subject: IAAP CPACC and WAS exam preparation courses
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For those preparing for the certification exams of the IAAP (International
Association of Accessibility Professionals), there is no requirement that
you take a test preparation class beforehand, but enrolling in one can
definitely improve your chances of passing the exam.

Deque is an approved IAAP certification preparation provider, offering
certification exam preparation packages for both of the IAAP exams:

- CPACC (Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies)
https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/courses/iaap-cpacc
<https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/courses/iaap-cpacc>
- WAS (Web Accessibility Specialist) https://dequeuniversity.com/
curriculum/packages/iaap-was

You can also enroll in a combined package for both exams:
https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/packages/iaap-certification-prep

The courses offer many practical examples, self-test quizzes, and printable
summary reference guides.

The exam window is open now for registration. Information about the exams
themselves is found on the IAAP website: http://www.
accessibilityassociation.org/certification

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Karina Boycheva
Accessibility Instructional Writer & Designer
Deque Systems, Inc.
2121 Cooperative Way, Suite 210
Herndon, VA 20171
www.Deque.com

From: Joy Relton
Date: Fri, Sep 29 2017 12:28PM
Subject: Re: IAAP CPACC and WAS exam preparation courses
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Karina,

I filled out an application two days ago for the WAS. I haven't heard anything. I looked at my account info today on the web and I realized that I have my work address rather than my home address on the WAS application. Since I haven't heard anything about the application, could you please tell me the status?

Thank you.

Joy Relton, CPACC
Accessibility Consultant
Deque Systems
2121 Cooperative Way Ste.210
Herndon, VA 20171

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Subject: [WebAIM] IAAP CPACC and WAS exam preparation courses

For those preparing for the certification exams of the IAAP (International Association of Accessibility Professionals), there is no requirement that you take a test preparation class beforehand, but enrolling in one can definitely improve your chances of passing the exam.

Deque is an approved IAAP certification preparation provider, offering certification exam preparation packages for both of the IAAP exams:

- CPACC (Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies)
https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/courses/iaap-cpacc
<https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/courses/iaap-cpacc>
- WAS (Web Accessibility Specialist) https://dequeuniversity.com/
curriculum/packages/iaap-was

You can also enroll in a combined package for both exams:
https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/packages/iaap-certification-prep

The courses offer many practical examples, self-test quizzes, and printable summary reference guides.

The exam window is open now for registration. Information about the exams themselves is found on the IAAP website: http://www.
accessibilityassociation.org/certification

--

Karina Boycheva
Accessibility Instructional Writer & Designer Deque Systems, Inc.
2121 Cooperative Way, Suite 210
Herndon, VA 20171
www.Deque.com

From: Karina Boycheva
Date: Wed, Oct 04 2017 1:02PM
Subject: Re: IAAP CPACC and WAS exam preparation courses
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Hi Joy,

I just checked on the IAAP website and it says that it may take 3 to 5 days
for an application to be processed. I do not have any direct information
about applications myself since I also work for Deque and not for the IAAP
itself. However, I did find a contact email address and phone number that
might help. I am including them for you below.
Do screen readers support language designations for the file?

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On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 2:28 PM, Joy Relton < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = > wrote:

> Karina,
>
> I filled out an application two days ago for the WAS. I haven't heard
> anything. I looked at my account info today on the web and I realized that
> I have my work address rather than my home address on the WAS application.
> Since I haven't heard anything about the application, could you please tell
> me the status?
>
> Thank you.
>
> Joy Relton, CPACC
> Accessibility Consultant
> Deque Systems
> 2121 Cooperative Way Ste.210
> Herndon, VA 20171
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: WebAIM-Forum [mailto: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = ] On
> Behalf Of Karina Boycheva
> Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 1:56 PM
> To: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED =
> Subject: [WebAIM] IAAP CPACC and WAS exam preparation courses
>
> For those preparing for the certification exams of the IAAP (International
> Association of Accessibility Professionals), there is no requirement that
> you take a test preparation class beforehand, but enrolling in one can
> definitely improve your chances of passing the exam.
>
> Deque is an approved IAAP certification preparation provider, offering
> certification exam preparation packages for both of the IAAP exams:
>
> - CPACC (Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies)
> https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/courses/iaap-cpacc
> <https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/courses/iaap-cpacc>
> - WAS (Web Accessibility Specialist) https://dequeuniversity.com/
> curriculum/packages/iaap-was
>
> You can also enroll in a combined package for both exams:
> https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/packages/iaap-certification-prep
>
> The courses offer many practical examples, self-test quizzes, and
> printable summary reference guides.
>
> The exam window is open now for registration. Information about the exams
> themselves is found on the IAAP website: http://www.
> accessibilityassociation.org/certification
>
> --
>
> Karina Boycheva
> Accessibility Instructional Writer & Designer Deque Systems, Inc.
> 2121 Cooperative Way, Suite 210
> Herndon, VA 20171
> www.Deque.com
> > > at http://webaim.org/discussion/archives
> >
> > > > >



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Karina Boycheva
Accessibility Instructional Writer & Designer
Deque Systems, Inc.
2121 Cooperative Way, Suite 210
Herndon, VA 20171
www.Deque.com

From: Joy Relton
Date: Thu, Oct 05 2017 9:40AM
Subject: Re: IAAP CPACC and WAS exam preparation courses
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Karina,

First, I will be there at Deque tomorrow to take the exam. Thanks for your support.
Secondly, screen readers do recognize language selection. In fact, JAWS has several language options including some Arabic languages, some languages from India, Spanish, Greek, French and German.

Other screen reader do as well.
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Hi Joy,

I just checked on the IAAP website and it says that it may take 3 to 5 days for an application to be processed. I do not have any direct information about applications myself since I also work for Deque and not for the IAAP itself. However, I did find a contact email address and phone number that might help. I am including them for you below.
Do screen readers support language designations for the file?

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On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 2:28 PM, Joy Relton < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = > wrote:

> Karina,
>
> I filled out an application two days ago for the WAS. I haven't heard
> anything. I looked at my account info today on the web and I realized
> that I have my work address rather than my home address on the WAS application.
> Since I haven't heard anything about the application, could you please
> tell me the status?
>
> Thank you.
>
> Joy Relton, CPACC
> Accessibility Consultant
> Deque Systems
> 2121 Cooperative Way Ste.210
> Herndon, VA 20171
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: WebAIM-Forum [mailto: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = ] On
> Behalf Of Karina Boycheva
> Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 1:56 PM
> To: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED =
> Subject: [WebAIM] IAAP CPACC and WAS exam preparation courses
>
> For those preparing for the certification exams of the IAAP
> (International Association of Accessibility Professionals), there is
> no requirement that you take a test preparation class beforehand, but
> enrolling in one can definitely improve your chances of passing the exam.
>
> Deque is an approved IAAP certification preparation provider, offering
> certification exam preparation packages for both of the IAAP exams:
>
> - CPACC (Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies)
> https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/courses/iaap-cpacc
> <https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/courses/iaap-cpacc>
> - WAS (Web Accessibility Specialist) https://dequeuniversity.com/
> curriculum/packages/iaap-was
>
> You can also enroll in a combined package for both exams:
> https://dequeuniversity.com/curriculum/packages/iaap-certification-pre
> p
>
> The courses offer many practical examples, self-test quizzes, and
> printable summary reference guides.
>
> The exam window is open now for registration. Information about the
> exams themselves is found on the IAAP website: http://www.
> accessibilityassociation.org/certification
>
> --
>
> Karina Boycheva
> Accessibility Instructional Writer & Designer Deque Systems, Inc.
> 2121 Cooperative Way, Suite 210
> Herndon, VA 20171
> www.Deque.com
> > > archives at http://webaim.org/discussion/archives
> >
> > > archives at http://webaim.org/discussion/archives
> >



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Karina Boycheva
Accessibility Instructional Writer & Designer Deque Systems, Inc.
2121 Cooperative Way, Suite 210
Herndon, VA 20171
www.Deque.com