Ablr Works: Creating Pathways to Employment
Learn more about the Ablr Works programs.
One of Ablr’s primary goals is to help people with disabilities acquire the skills they need to join – or advance in – the workforce. To this end, we created Ablr Works. Lesson by lesson, our programs teach you the concepts, strategies, and techniques for a meaningful career.
In the Ablr Accessibility Analyst Course (A3C), Ablr trains and supports qualified participants to prepare for a career as an Accessibility Analyst. Accessibility Analysts ensure all users have equal access to a company’s website, software, applications, and other digital tools.
Candidates in the program learn the skills and content necessary to take the internationally recognized Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) exam through the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP).
This program consists of live sessions over Zoom and independent work on our learning management system. This flexible format allows candidates to build community and personal relationships while removing transportation barriers from the learning experience. We serve candidates across the entire state of North Carolina; candidates form rural, suburban and urban areas of North Carolina are all welcome.
Hands on Experience
Gain and develop technical and problem-solving skills for a real-world, fast-paced and meaningful career trajectory. Apply learned knowledge in a supportive, professional setting with the opportunity to receive real-time feedback from industry leaders before entering competitive employment.
Connect with experts in the field via Ablr Works’ in-class, guest speaker series and 1-on-1 mentorship program. Engage with professionals who are passionate about workforce development and disability inclusion, and leverage their knowledge and expertise for your own career journey.
Contact the NC Division of Services for the Blind
If you want to learn more about joining the Ablr Works program, contact your counselor at the North Carolina Division of Services for the Blind.
Don’t have a vocational rehabilitation counselor? Find out how to register for services at the NC Department of Health and Human Services website.
Ablr in the News
Ablr is a mission-driven Disability Inclusion and Digital Accessibility organization committed to supporting the DEI community with the core purpose of ensuring all people, regardless of ability, have access to the same content, experiences and opportunities. Born from the DNA of America’s largest employer of the blind, we work to eliminate the digital divide, change mindsets, and create pathways for employment. Learn more about who we are and what we do on our Difference page.