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Advocate Certification

Our unique DEI* training program that connects employers, organizations, and institutions with the disabled community. 

We create person-focused training that builds a foundational attitude to strengthen and reinforce DEI trainings of any type or focus.

*DEI - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Learn from the experts,

expand your perspective,

and help society 

become more inclusive

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What does it mean to be a Certified Advocate?

Advocate Certification from VisitAble is a bona fide, trailblazing, inter-industry affirmation that your organization, department, or establishment is engaged with and committed to making the world a better place for people with disabilities.

Entities that earn our Certification ensure their employees are prepared to serve, welcome, and accommodate any and all disabled visitors, employees, and stakeholders.

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The path to
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Perks & Deliverables

What do you get for being a Certified Advocate?

Upon sign-up, you receive:

  • Seamless coordination of the training process, including a welcome email and follow-up emails that can be automatically forwarded to employees

Upon completion, you receive:

  • 1 website badge

  • 2 certification stickers printed and shipped to an address of your choosing, as well as a file to print copies

  • 1 blockchain-verified certificate

  • 1 social media announcement of certification

The Requirements

In order to earn Certification and receive your Advocate Badge, VisitAble requires that:

  1. 80% of staff receive training in an agreed-upon time frame.

  2. VisitAble Training is included as part of the onboarding process for new employees.

Director of Partnerships & Strategic Initiatives

Blue Ridge Health District*

"Continued professional development is an important part of our work here at BRHD. This training, however, went beyond that need for professional growth and encouraged us to be better, more knowledgeable human beings on the clock and off. Our staff are eager to implement the tools they learned in this training and remain committed to continuing to improve accessibility within BRHD."

*In our work with BRHD, an employee came forward to say they felt seen and included for the first time as an employee after receiving our training. This is the sort of experience VisitAble has been designed to create.

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