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Ablr Works
Creates Pathways
to Employment.

One of Ablr’s primary goals is to help people with disabilities acquire the skills they need to join – or advance in – the workforce, and to help organizations recruit diverse talent. To this end, we created A3C, or the Ablr Accessibility Analyst Course. Lesson by lesson, our course teaches you the concepts, strategies, and techniques of digital accessibility testing, and provides you with the foundation for a career in the field.

The foundation for a career in the field
The Ablr Accessibility Analyst Course.

Change Your Perspective: Put Untapped Talent to Work

Numerous studies and research have shown that businesses that recruit diverse talent and prioritize equal opportunities for individuals with disabilities often experience financial advantages. Here are a few key findings:

  • Increased innovation: A workforce that includes individuals with disabilities brings a wider range of perspectives, ideas, and problem-solving approaches. This diversity of thought can foster innovation and creativity within organizations, leading to the development of unique products, services, and solutions.
  • Expanded customer base: Hiring individuals with disabilities can help organizations tap into a significant market segment—people with disabilities and their families. These individuals often have unique needs and preferences that can be better understood and catered to by having a workforce that includes professionals with disabilities.
  • Improved employee morale and retention: Embracing inclusivity and providing equal opportunities to individuals with disabilities can have a positive impact on employee morale. When employees see that their organization values equality and supports inclusivity, they are more likely to feel satisfied and engaged. This, in turn, can lead to higher retention rates and reduced recruitment costs.
  • Enhanced reputation and brand image: Organizations that prioritize inclusivity and disability-friendly practices tend to have a positive brand image. Customers, clients, and partners often view such organizations favorably, which can lead to increased brand loyalty and attract new stakeholders who support equal opportunities.
  • Access to untapped talent pool: By actively recruiting professionals with disabilities, organizations gain access to a pool of talented individuals who may have unique skills, experiences, and perspectives. Hiring from this talent pool can provide organizations with a competitive edge and access to valuable expertise that may not be readily available in more traditional recruitment channels.

Investing in professionals with disabilities can bring numerous benefits to organizations, including increased innovation, an expanded customer base, improved employee morale and retention, enhanced reputation and brand image, and access to a diverse talent pool.

What Participants Say
Ablr Works Testimonial.

“With this program and with the training our consumers are receiving right now, it’s a very customized training and a very high-growth career field right now that our consumers are really well-suited for, and they are going to come out of this with a skill that is really marketable.”

Christine Harrington, Rehabilitation Program Specialist for Employment Services at NC DSB 
Parrice Urbina, an Ablr Works participant, sitting down for an interview.

Connecting talent with organizations
Job Placement & Upskilling.

Ablr partners with Chronically Capable to help connect job seekers with organizations that are looking to fill open positions and recruit diverse talent. In addition, Ablr works with several organizations, including Disclose, to help develop job candidates’ skills to fulfill the needs of their prospective roles.

A3C Course

Lesson by lesson, the A3C, or the Ablr Accessibility Analyst Course, teaches you the concepts, strategies, and techniques of digital accessibility testing, and provides you with the foundation for a career in the field.

  • Is meant for people who want to become Digital Accessibility Analysts, as well as professionals who want to improve their knowledge of digital accessibility
  • Is designed according to the principles of Universal Design to be accessible to all
  • Includes an extensive intake assessment to provide candidates with the necessary upskilling before enrolling in the course
  • Consists of a series of live sessions, as well as recorded lessons for students to study independently
  • Spans 16 weeks and requires several hours of work per week
  • Qualifies for IAAP continuing education credit

Participants come away with a solid foundation in Digital Accessibility that prepares them for a career in the field, or allows them to take charge of the accessibility effort within their organization. Take our course to give yourself an immediate edge in your professional development!

Give yourself an immediate edge in your professional development!


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