AIA Pittsburgh Attendees can Register for One of Our Exciting and Informative Upcoming Webinar Series FREE
Nova Polymers has been an AIA approved Continuing Education Provider since 2009. We became a provider because we believe that providing educational content to the Architectural & Design community is critical to ensuring that the built environment provides accessibility to those with disabilities and done in a sustainable and environmentally conscious manner.
This is why we have developed courses in the categories of Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) and Sustainable Design (SD). These areas of continuing education are topics that Nova is very familiar with, as it relates to the core attributes of our products.
The Novacryl brand of Architectural Way-Finding signage materials is the industry standard for ADA compliant sign materials and systems – this is why we created the HSW credit course; Accessibility & The ADA 2010 Standard (SAD) For Room Identification Signs.
Course Summary for Accessibility & The ADA 2010 Standard (SAD) For Room Identification Signs
Provider: Nova Polymers, Inc.
Length: 1 hour
Program #: 2010 Standard
Credits: 1AIA CES LU
Program: Accessibility & The ADA – 2010 Standard For Room Identification Signs
Description: This course will educate the attendee about all current US & International ADA/Accessibility requirements (including the 2010 Standard (SAD) as it relates to room identification signs, and will provide education about the technical characteristics (geared toward helping specifiers) concerning the most commonly used material (photopolymer) for Accessible/ADA compliant signage.
Learning Objectives: After completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- What Is ADA?
- Regulations Relating To ADA Compliance
- 2010 Standard – Standard for Accessible Design (SAD)
- California Building Standards Code – Title 24
- Access To Premise Standards – Australia
- International Accessibility Standards – Canada
- Understanding Terminology
- Sign Design Restrictions
- Areas That Require Accessible/ADA Compliant Signage
- Technical Specifications of Photopolymer
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If you are an Architectural / Design Firm and would like us to present this course to your team, please contact Dave Miller and we will work with your CES Coordinator to schedule a Lunch & Learn Presentation at your firm.
If you are a Sign Fabricator and want to learn more about ADA compliance, please contact Mike Santos.
Accessibility & The ADA – 2010 Standard For Room Identification Signs CES Course
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Join us for our ADA Webinar Series. This course registered with the American Institute of Architects and is eligible for 1 Health Safety and Welfare Learning Unit. The course focuses on the ADA and how it relates to Room Identification and Wayfinding Signage. Some of the course objectives that will be covered are: What is the ADA? How do ADA codes relate to signage? States and the Federal ADA, the Sign covered but the ADA and we’ll also touch briefly on International accessibility codes for Canada and Australia. The course will conclude with a discussion about photopolymer and how it is used to make accessible signage.
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Introducing the NovAcryl® Photopolymer Webinar Series. This informative event will be hosted on a monthly basis with the sole purpose of educating existing photopolymer processors and Sign Shop owners new to the process about the benefits and attributes of photopolymer signs. The webinar will review photopolymer in detail, the complete line of Novacryl Designer Series Photopolymer, how photopolymer compares to other processes in the industry and the financial benefits of both producing and selling photopolymer signs.
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