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APA is a TDLR Provider (#1521), AIA/CES Provider (#G583), ICC Preferred Provider (#1321) and provides selected courses which apply toward ACTCP certification, APA also awards an APA-ADA Specialist Designation and Accessibility Standards completion certificate, when all criteria are met.

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Why Hire an APA Accessibility Professional?

Complying with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS), and other building accessibility codes and requirements can be a complex and challenging process. An APA professional can help you smoothly navigate through every phase of your project to achieve accessibility and avoid any costly headaches arising from noncompliance. Whether it’s a public building or privately owned structure leased or occupied by government agencies, a place of public accommodation, or a commercial facility, an APA member can help with accessibility planning and compliance. 

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APA Conference Highlighted in ICC eNews

From the article:

The Accessibility Professionals Association (APA) held a successful Annual Conference & Expo in February featuring three days of national and local speakers and training. A Premium Sponsor of the APA Annual Conference, the Code Council spoke with attendees on the latest code publications and documents during the expo. Courses offered by the APA at national and regional training events receive ICC continuing education credits. ICC members are welcome to join next year's APA Annual Conference being held Jan. 30–Feb. 1, 2019, in Austin, Texas.

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APA Will Be at AIA Conference in NYC in June, 2018

Board Members Paul Glenn and Caroll Pruitt will promote APA and its members at our booth on Thursday and Friday, June 21 and 22. If you plan to attend, stop and say hello.

Continuing Education Classes (CE/AIA Credits)

APA Continuing Education Classes

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 during the year which is open to members, as well as the public.

Upcoming Sessions- Register Now!

Up to 8 Hours of CE/LU Training/Credit- Attend via Classroom or Webinar
Receive all the required AIA and TDLR CE/LU for the year!
Members -Full day $130., Half Day- $80.

Non-Member- full day $200, Half Day- $110.
(webinar CE's are not available for ICC) *these courses were offered at the APA 2018 Annual Conference

May 24-Schertz, TX, north of San Antonio or via Webinar

Schertz-San Antonio-APA Regional CE Training-Webinars- 4-8 Hour Option-Schertz outside San Antonio - 5/24/2018

August 10- Plano, TX or via Webinar

Plano-APA Regional CE Training-Webinars- 4-8 Hour Option - 8/10/2018  

APA would like to THANK this year's Annual Conference & Expo Exhibitors and Sponsors!

Be an Exhibitor or Sponsor for the 2019 Annual Conference & Expo near Austin, TX

When you attend the APA Annual Meeting as a exhibitor, you get exclusive face-to-face time with over 200 Accessibility Specialists and related professionals – those who regularly consult and collaborate with architects, builders, and others who help maintain accessibility in the built environment.  The Annual Meeting not only provides you with a unique, in-person environment to discuss and promote your products and services, it offers a cost-effective way to raise your company’s profile through strategic name placement and public recognition. Click the links to see the most recent 2018 Conference Schedule 

Guidelines and draft conference schedules for the January 30-February 1, 2019 APA Annual Conference & Expo will be available no later than September 1, 2018. For questions contact our staff at

Accessibility Professionals Association (APA)

You’re Invited! Join us today to take advantage of the many membership benefits available. APA is an association of professionals focusing on accessibility in the built environment. We are a dynamic and diverse organization open to all professionals interested in understanding and maintaining accessibility in the United States and around the globe. We are the premier provider of Continuing Education (CEU) in accessibility standards and regulations. See more About Us !

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APA Jim Boyce Memorial Scholarship Becomes National Scholarship

Following in the transition footsteps of TRASA to APA, we have officially expanded the JBMS Scholarship from being limited only to Texas residents to now being a nationwide scholarship!  We have changed the scholarship Guidelines and are getting listed on several scholarship databases so deserving students are aware of our scholarship. See our Jim Boyce Scholarship page for the latest news!