Areas of Expertise
AIR is a leading developer of Web and electronic products compliant with both the spirit and the letter of the Section 508 guidelines for the accessibility of Web and other electronic information products. We have been developing accessible technology for our Federal clients since the Rehabilitation Act was passed in 1998.
AIR’s Web and electronic document development personnel have received training and certification from Usability.gov, and remain current on all new Section 508 Web Compliance and Remediation Framework goals and standards by attending the Department of Health and Human Services Web Council meetings, and monitoring other sources.
Our brochure provides additional information on the accessibility services we provide for Web, multimedia and other electronic products. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 301.592.2108.
AIR provides clients with an effective and dynamic on-line presence through the development of interactive, feature-rich, and accessible Web sites and applications, and the strategic use of Web 2.0 and social networking technologies. Many of the Web applications we develop are hosted in our state-of-the-art, secure Web hosting environment, and maintained by a dedicated team of network engineers. The Web and electronic information assets we develop are compliant with both the spirit and the letter of the accessibility guidelines in section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
AIR prepares students for success in the labor market by providing them with skills that match the current needs of employers and the economy. We develop training programs that enable students, particularly postsecondary students, to enter a variety of industries that require well-developed technical skills. Additional workforce development efforts have focused on providing skills maintenance and enhancement through continuing education to those already employed, as well as retraining for displaced workers.
- Ambassador Bass Visits Kutaisi Vocational Training Center
- Vocational Education Project in Georgia, February 2010 Monthly Report
- EQUIP1: Secondary Education Activity, Final Report
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Building and enhancing individual and organizational capacity is a primary driver of an organization’s success. AIR’s experts support capacity-building through the design, development, implementation and evaluation of training programs to enhance skill and organizational effectiveness. Additionally, AIR works with professional societies, government agencies, and foundations to examine questions relevant to strategically enhancing the skills and efficacy of their constituent workforces.
- The Use of Simulation for Training Teamwork Skills in Health Care
- Post-Training Feedback: The Relative Effectiveness of Team- Versus Instructor-Led Debriefs
- Airline Pilots' Experiences in and Reactions to Their Check Rides: Results from a Nationwide, Representative Survey
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- Develop a Risk-Informed Approach (RIA) to Evaluating Teamwork
- Development and National Implementation of TeamSTEPPS™
- SHRM State of HR Education Study
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Meeting the needs of a global economy requires a workforce that is able to adapt to new technologies at a rapid pace. Enhancing our nation’s literacy and numeracy skills is central to maintaining a globally competitive workforce. AIR has extensive experience leading the development of national assessments of basic cognitive and literacy skills, and has been involved in translating those measures into requirements for occupations in the national economy.