H & H Codes offers online AIA-CES approved and registered ADA / accessibility compliance courses, which are based on the Department of Justice ADA Standards for Accessibility Design and geared for gaining Learning Units (LU,) Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) Credit, Continuing Education Units (CEU,) and Professional Development Hours (PDH.)
In addition, H & H Codes‘ ADA / accessibility compliance courses guide architects, engineers, construction managers, and other candidates in becoming certified ICC Accessibility Inspector/ Plans Examiner, and valid as mandatory continuing eduction rewards for state licensing renewal.
Note: For California Architects Board (CAB,) any two of the following ADA courses shall suffice for the requirement of 5-hours accessibilty CEU for the purpose of California architect license renewal.
- ADA-101 Course Description: Accessibility convenience, accessible routes, and general site and building elements.
- ADA-101 Course Learning Objectives:
- The reader shall learn the ADA rules for change of levels, turning space, floor and knee space clearance, reach ranges, and controls of operable parts.
- The reader shall become familiar with accessible walkways, doors and doorways, ramps, and curb ramps.
- The reader shall become familiar with accessible public elevators, private residence elevators, speciality elevators, and platform lifts.
- The reader shall learn the ADA requirements for parking spaces, passenger loading zones, stairs, handrails, and accessible windows.
- ADA-102 Course Description: ADA standards for accessible plumbing elements.
- ADA-102 Course Learning Objectives:
- The reader shall become knowledgeable of accessible drinking fountains and restrooms for adults and children.
- The reader shall learn the requirements for accessible bathing facilities
- The reader shall become familiar with ADA standards for bathroom accessories,
- The reader shall be introduced to ADA regulation for washing machines, clothes dryers, saunas and steam rooms.
- ADA-103 Course Description: ADA standards for communication features, special spaces accessibility, and built-in furniture.
- ADA-103 Course Learning Objective:
- The reader shall become familiar with the ADA requirements for alarms, visible, tactile characters, braille and pictograms signs, and accessible telephones.
- The reader shall learn the essentials for ADA detectable warnings, associative listening systems, and accessible two-way communication systems.
- The reader shall recognize the rules of accessibility for assembly areas, dressing rooms, kitchens, transportation facilities, court rooms, and holding cells.
- The reader shall be introduced to the ADA regulations of dining and work surfaces, benches, sales counters, and storage facilities.
- ADA-104 Course Description: ADA rules and regulations for public accessible recreational facilities.
- ADA-104 Course Learning Objectives:
- The reader shall become knowledgeable with accessibility requirement for amusement park rides, boating piers, and fishing platforms.
- The reader shall learn the ADA requirements for exercise machines, bowling alleys, golf courses, and miniature golf facilities.
- The reader shall recognize the rules of accessible play areas within schools and public parks and the regulations of shooting facilities with firing positions.
- The reader shall become aware of the ADA requirements for public swimming pools, wading pools, and spas.
- ADA-105 Course Description: Basic IBC Safety and Welfare requirements for individuals with Physical Disabilities.
- ADA-105 Course Learning Objectives:
- The reader shall become knowledgeable of the IBC regulation of fire protection and detection systems that applies to the safety of the physically disable individuals.
- The reader shall recognize the IBC regulations of means of egress pertaining to the the safety and welfare of the physically disabled individuals.
- The reader shall learn the methods of the IBC in regulating building signs for the benefit of the physically disabled person.
- The reader shall become familiar with the IBC requirements for existing buildings and structures accessibility upgrade.
- ADA-106 Course Description: IBC accessibilty rules for specific building and site elements.
- ADA-106 Course Learning Objectives:
- The reader shall become aware of building elements that are not required to comply with the accessibility requirements.
- The reader shall be introduced to the IBC concerns regarding accessible routes, accessible entrances, and accessible parking requirements.
- The reader shall recognize the IBC requirements for accessible plumbing elements, wheelchairs counts in assembly halls, and assistive listening devices.
- The reader shall learn the IBC rules for accessible dressing and storage rooms, accessible check-out aisles, and accessibilty regulations for recreational facilities.
More than 40 jurisdictions require that architects and engineers complete continuing education to update their professional skills to renew their license while additional states are considering such requirements. The following is a summary of states requiring continuing education for architects; total Continuing Education Hours (CEH;) Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW;) and Frequency (Cycle) of License Renewal:
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The required exam is not intended to test your memory regarding the course material, rather; it is intended as an additional review of the subject matter. The correct answer shall appear (with explanation) each time you respond incorrectly, and you shall be able to change your answers.
H & H Codes offers online ADA / accessibility courses at a reasonable $30.00 per course. Visit our Sales / Cashier page.