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Rocky Mountain Chapter Virtual Training - "New topics in the 2017 A117.1 ICC Accessibility Standard"

Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM
Virtual via Zoom<br />12:00-1:30 Mountain Time, 1:00-2:30 Central Time

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Frances Ellington
Camille North
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Course Description - The 2017 ICC A117.1 has added many items not addressed in the accessibility standards before.  This presentation will explain the new accessibility criteria for diagonal and street parking, electrical vehicle charging stations, bottle filling stations, enhanced classroom acoustics, sign language interpreters stations, and gaming machines and table.  The new edition also includes a new way to look at items such as curb cuts/blended transitions and service counters.

AIA CE/LU credit will be offered for this webinar.  You must attend the entire session to receive CE/LU credit. List your AIA number in the question area of registration in order to receive credit.  APA will report credit to AIA. Completion certificates will be available for attendees to self-report continuing education units to various organizations. 

AIA #APA 241 1 LU|HSW, ICC 29930 .10 CEU, TDLR #25137 1 CE (TX Access Standards), ACTCP 1 elective credits


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*Members/guests meet the CE/LU requirements of numerous organizations by attending APA Training. APA is a registered provider with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
(DBPR Provider# 0007855 / license# PVD312),Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation  (TDLR, #1521), American Institute of Architects (AIA/CES, #G583), and a preferred provider for the International Code Council (ICC, #1321). APA provides pre-verified ACTCP credits for the ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program (ACTCP). We provide courses of study and award Accessibility Standards Completion Certificate, APA-ADA Specialist, APA-ADA Assembly Specialist and APA-ADA Transient Lodging Specialist Designations, when all criteria are met.