Accessibility Professionals Association (APA)

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 Texas, the U.S., and across the globe. We are the premier provider of Continuing Education (CEU) in accessibility standards and regulations. See more About Us !
You’re Invited! Join us today to take advantage of the many membership benefits available.
Upcoming Trainings in 2014
Join us for up to 8 Hours of accredited* training this April 25, 2014 in San Antonio. See this link APA Regional CE Training San Antonio for topics, costs and to register.
Additional training events will be held later in the year. Save these Dates!
An Introduction to the APA Forum

The member-only APA forum is a blog tool that allows members to ask each other technical  questions about ADA and TAS. Additionally, as a member benefit, two new Forum categories have been added - 1) Job Opportunities and 2) Member Professional and Personal News.  
Note: Every member needs to go in to his/her PROFILE to join in to any new Forum Threads.  It is not automatic even if in the past you said "select all". To join any or all forums go to your member profile, and make selections under "Forum Memberships". Check your PROFILE today!

APA Scholarship Program

Jim Boyce Memorial Scholarship was established by the Texas Registered Accessibility Specialist Association (TRASA) now the Accessibility Professionals Association (APA) to honor and recognize our friend and colleague Jim Boyce. Submission deadline is March 31, 2014. Click here for applications, donations to Silent Auction and general donations.

2015 APA Annual Conference & Expo
Save the date for the 2015 Annual Conference & Expo January 21-23. See the previous 2014 program here.

Exhibitor/Sponsor Information for the Expo

When you attend the APA Annual Meeting as a exhibitor, you get exclusive face-to-face time with hundreds of Registered 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. See the previous Submission Form and Guidelines. This is an example and the 2015 Guidelines will be available in June.