Gordon Hoyt Conference Center
City of Anaheim-West Tower
201 S. Anaheim Blvd, 2nd Floor, Anaheim, CA 92858
DAY 1: Residential Accessibility-FHA & CBC (6.5 Contact Hours)
June 6, 2016 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Learn the provisions of accessibility for residential buildings under the California Building Code. Understand the difference in scoping and technical requirements between dwelling unit interiors and common areas and between public and privately funded construction. Recognize the differences between the federal Fair Housing Act provisions and California state laws and regulations that provide greater accessibility.
Day 2: Commercial Accessibility-ADA & CBC (6.5 Contact Hours)
June 7, 2016 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Learn the provisions of accessibility for commercial buildings under the California Building Code. Understand the difference in scoping and technical requirements for all areas that serve the public and those for employees only. Recognize the differences between the federal American with Disabilities Act provisions and California state laws and regulations that provide greater accessibility.
DAY 3: Best Practices for Accessible Buildings (5.5 Contact Hours)
June 8, 2016 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Learn about some of the most common design and construction mistakes related to accessibility standards. Topics include accessible means of egress, signage, restrooms, parking and special exceptions for existing buildings. To aid those taking the June CASp exam, the afternoon session will focus on the accessibility standards for a newly constructed hotel. Attendees will walk through the scoping and technical requirements from site arrival points throughout the interior of guest rooms and common areas features. This case study will bring all of the commercial provisions together in a real example. Prior attendance at the Commercial Accessibility-ADA & CBC seminar is highly recommended.
These classes are designed to help architects, engineers, plan reviewers and building inspectors better understand the design and construction requirements of accessible buildings while meeting their continuing education requirements. Candidates for the Certified Access Specialist exam will find this training invaluable to their own test preparation. Instructor is Tim McCormick, P.E., C.B.O., CASp, President of McCormick & Associates, a building code and accessibility consulting firm. Training is interactive and job skill focused.
All classes include certificates of attendance, special handouts, refreshments and lunch. Free parking is provided each day in the adjacent City of Anaheim parking garage. Participants may attend one or more class as desired. All registration is done online with payment by credit card. Cost is $200.00 per class. Early registration is advised as classes are expected to reach capacity quickly. For assistance, call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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