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2025 APA National Conference

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Mark your calendars! The 2025 APA National Conference will happen from January 29 through January 31, 2025, at the Austin Marriott North. The APA Education & Events Committee is planning a three-day event filled with enlightening and informative presentations. Set against the backdrop of the theme "Moving into the Future," the 2025 conference serves as a platform to underscore APA's unwavering dedication to exploring ongoing advancements in accessibility. This theme signifies APA's commitment and aims to inspire participants to actively partake in conversations that will nurture a shared vision for the future of accessibility in the built environment.

Details will be added to the APA website as they become available. Registration will open in November 2024. 

Information about the January 2024 conference, including the speakers and schedule, can be found here


Curious about exhibiting at or sponsoring the 2025 APA National Conference? Find out how by emailing FrancesEllington@AccessibilityProfessionals.org


APA is a group of professionals dedicated to accessibility in all aspects of the physical experience for persons with disabilities. Thus, APA offers related education on a regular basis throughout the year, which is open to APA members as well as the public. 

 

Disclaimer: APA makes no representation or warranty as to services provided by its members/specialists/professionals, including, but not limited to, any errors or omissions of such members/specialists/professionals in the performance of services offered by such members/specialists/professionals. APA does not give legal advice, and the opinions offered in training presentations are those of the author and not APA itself. 

 

The authors of the presentations herein are recognized experts in their fields and have agreed to offer their knowledge to the membership of APA to enrich their understanding of the subject matter. The information in these presentations is general in nature and strictly from the point of view of the presenter. It should not be construed as legal, design, or professional advice which can be relied upon by any individual, entity, or group. There is no representation or warranty that the information provided in the presentations, both visual and verbal, is without errors or omissions. The responsibility for final verification of accuracy lies with the viewer.


Continuing education: 
APA is a registered provider with the American Institute of Architects (AIA/CES, #G583) and the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR, Provider #0007855 / license #PVD312) and is a preferred provider for the International Code Council (ICC, #1321). APA provides pre-verified ACTCP credits for the ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program (ACTCP) and has previously awarded an APA-ADA Specialist Designation, an APA-ADA Assembly Area Designation, and an Accessibility Standards completion certificate. APA partners with APAC (Accessibility Professionals Association Certification Program) to provide CE credits. Members/guests can meet the CE/LU requirements of numerous organizations, including the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, by attending APA Training and verifying with organizations when a course has been registered.



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