You want to hire a person or company for their digital accessibility expertise.
But how can you tell if they know enough about digital accessibility?
Does your Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Statement include people with disabilities? Yes? Then, how you approach digital accessibility is relevant to everything you do online.
You don’t have to be an expert to learn how to sort out if a person or company representative “knows” digital accessibility.
This webinar session will help you and anyone with entry-level knowledge determine if the person you’re talking to has a good background in digital accessibility.
After attending this webinar, you’ll
- Communicate what digital accessibility means.
- Understand how digital accessibility impacts our world beyond websites.
- Identify disabilities beyond physical, hearing, and sight disabilities.
- Spot key elements that a candidate should know.
- Know what to look for in a candidate regarding digital accessibility and inclusion. (Does not replace proper procurement processes)
All Equal Entry webinars are pre-approved for IAAP Continuing Accessibility Education Credits.
Samantha (Sam) Evans, CAE, MBA, (she/her) – IAAP – International Association of Accessibility Professionals
Sam Evans is the Certification Manager at IAAP, a division of G3ict, where she works with accessibility subject matter experts and professionals around the world to maintain, build and deliver accessibility certification programs. Working within the international standards for certification and credentialing, Sam facilitates the work of IAAP and the accessibility community to establish benchmarks of knowledge, skills, and concepts for accessibility professionals.
Sam’s work history spans more than 20 years based in association/non-profit management and education. Sam is also a data and marketing geek who loves photography and crochet. Sam holds an MBA in International Business from Kennesaw State University and has recently earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE).
Date: Thursday, March 18
Time: 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT
Duration: 60 minutes
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