AIA CES Programs

 

ACCESS FOR ALL

(Program: BRAD11)

The Access for All program counts as one (1) Health, Safety and Welfare Learning Unit.

Access for All has four learning objectives:

  • Review the principles of accessibility and universal design
  • Review the regulations governing accessibility in the toilet room
  • Understand the components of accessible toilet room design.
  • Learn how restroom fixture and accessory selection can improve toilet accessibility for all users.

DESIGNING FOR SAFETY

(Program: BRAD10)

The Designing for Safety program counts as one (1) Health, Safety and Welfare Learning Unit.

Designing for Safety has three learning objectives:

  • Understand the use of emergency eyewash and shower equipment in the workplace and teaching environments.
  • Review the regulations and design practices for locating and specifying emergency eyewash and shower equipment.
  • Understand how to meet tepid water requirements for emergency fixtures by using thermostatic mixing valves.

SOLID SURFACE SOLUTIONS FOR WASH STATIONS

(Program: BRAD12)

The Solid Surface program counts as one (1) HSW Learning Unit.

Solid Surface has three learning objectives:

  • List the health, functional, and aesthetic issues related to public wash station design.
  • List the history, benefits, and limitations of Solid Surface Material.
  • Select appropriate materials for commercial and institutional wash stations.

Sustainability, Water Conservation and LEED Projects

(Program: BRAD16)

This program counts as one (1) HSW Learning Unit.

Water Conservation has four learning objectives:

  • Formulate water conserving design strategies in the context of sustainability.
  • Explain emerging water conservation issues as reflected in LEED rating systems.
  • Identify potential water use reduction credits based on LEED rating systems.
  • Specify sustainable plumbing systems and fixtures based on LEED requirements.

HIGH PERFORMANCE SUSTAINABLE TOILET ROOMS

(Program: BRAD20)

The LEED program counts as one (1) HSW Learning Unit.

This program has four learning objectives:

  • Identify the role of LEED in building green projects and use associated key terms appropriately
  • Define the attributes of green building products
  • Identify sustainability considerations when designing a green toilet room
  • Apply several strategies for designing sustainable toilet rooms in compliance with LEED credit requirements in terms of material use, energy and water efficiency, and improving indoor air quality

HUMAN FACTORS IN TOILET COMPARTMENT DESIGN

(Program: BRAD08)

This program counts as one (1) HSW Learning Unit.

This program has four learning objectives:

  • Identify human factors design criteria in public toilet room compartment design
  • Design appropriate toilet compartments based on functional and aesthetic requirements
  • Evaluate partition materials based on durability and sustainability characteristics
  • Specify toilet partitions materials and hardware for public toilet rooms

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