The Association Créative Handicap was founded in 2004 to improve the socio-professional inclusion of disabled and able-bodied people.
It contributes to making art, culture and digital technology accessible to all through a variety of initiatives.
The mission of the CIARA project, supported by the Keyrus Foundation, is to promote the socio-professional inclusion of disabled people and school dropouts, through the use of new digital technologies (virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, etc.).
This vocational training program, fully supported and accessible to the greatest number of people, aims to equip beneficiaries with the digital skills they need to enter the job market: industrial robotics, video games, 2D/3D animation, augmented reality and virtual reality. It is Qualiopi-certified, attesting to the quality of the training process.