Continuing Education: ADA Sign Guidelines
Accessibility is a big part of most interior architectural sign projects. Wayfinding and room identification allow all people, including those with disabilities, to navigate though a facility. Understanding the latest accessibility codes and requirements is important for all architects and designers.
At ASI, we're an approved AIA Continuing Education (CE) Provider and offer a variety of CE courses related to architectural signage. Our ADA & Accessibility Guidelines course is one of the most popular and important courses we offer. By attending, you will learn everything you need to know about ADA signs.
Course Title: ADA & Accessibility Guidelines
AIA Provider Number: J241
Learning Unit: 1 Hour HSW
Course Learning Objective:
-General legal framework for the ADA and ADAAG and their relationship to local and state codes and regulations
-Major ADAAG regulations currently governing interior signage
-Impact of the “new” ADAAG on signage design
We are available to discuss any ADA sign code questions with you and provide consultation on your project. Please complete the form below to schedule a CE session. If you are interested in our other CE courses, click here.
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