ADA Day: Accessibility for California Licensure
Accessibility in California is quite different in 2013. Interpretation is probably the number 1 issue in accessibility, especially, consistency of interpretation. Another critical issue is establishing priorities for which barrier to remove. It is possible to develop a rational interpretation and assessment protocol for accessibility issues that will help establish priorities?
Explore the changes in accessibility standards
Review accessibility priority systems from DOJ and others
Examine the primary reasons why accessible designs fail in the field
Review examples of field failures and design disconnects despire correct drawings.
Who should attend: Design professionals, product reps, county officials and contractors dealing with accessibility.
This course complies with California licensure requirements regarding accessibility and provides essential information about accessibility requirements applicable in most states. One class designed to fulfill all 5 hours of your California SB1608 license requirements.
Presented by: Michael Chambers, FAIA
5 AIA (HSW) Learning Units
5 Hours designed to meet CAB SB 1608 Requirements
North Coast Builder's Exchange (View)
1030 Apollo Way
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|