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Members of Cornell Community Become CPACC Certified

The Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) credential is a foundational certificate that represents broad, cross-disciplinary knowledge about disabilities, accessibility and universal design; and accessibility-related standards, laws, and management strategies. 

Four members of CIT’s Custom Development received their credentials including Joe Williams and Sean Gnau of custom development’s design and user experience team; Phil Williammee on the application and website developers’ team; and Brandon Brylinksy, electronic information technology accessibility coordinator. Additionally, Silvia A. Medina at the Yang Tan Institute also became certified.

This certificate is given by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP). This certificate can help those who manage and support accessibility, but may not personally design, implement, or evaluate the technical details of accessible solutions. 

If you are interested in becoming CPACC certified you can visit the CPACC Overviewfor more information. 

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