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Continuing Accessibility Education Credits

To maintain your CPACC certification, you must have completed 45 Continuing Accessibility Education Credits (CAEC) every three years.


Relevant links for submitting CAECs:


What Counts as a CAEC?

You can earn CAECs in two ways: either by attending professional development activities, or by sharing your accessibility expertise outside your current job function through formal presentations or trainings. Good examples of CAEC activities include: 

  • Accessibility presentations at industry conferences
  • Webinars
  • Online courses
  • Meetups


Free Online Courses

W3C: Introduction to Web Accessibility

Udacity: Web accessibility course

Georgia Tech: Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessibility

LinkedIn Learning Accessibility Courses


Paid Courses

Deque Online, Self-Paced Classes

Web AIM's Document Accessibility Course

IAAP CPACC Certification Preparation Course

IAAP WAS (Web Accessibility Specialist) Exam Preparation


Recorded Webinars from Level Access

MS Word Accessibility Basics Series

How to Improve Accessibility for Users with Anxiety

Quick Tips for Writing Meaningful Alt Text

Procurement and Accessibility: I Like WCAG and Long Walks on the Beach

Double Feature: Reading and Writing the VPAT



Attend A11yNYC Accessibility Meetups

Attend A11Y Princeton Accessibility Meetups