AIA Continuing Education

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Enrich your skills and knowledge through free Continuing Education Seminars. A+ Elevators & Lifts is committed to your Continued Education needs. Offering a variety of AIA-approved courses in residential elevators, low-rise commercial LULA elevators, wheelchair lifts and ADA accessibility, our seminars provide AIA Continuing Education Credits while addressing relevant and timely issues that are pertinent in the design and planning stages of any project. Our goal is to enrich and help build your skills so that you can be prepared to effectively address the most issues faced by architects and contractors today.

These FREE courses are held at A+ Elevators & Lifts Headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah where lunch is typically provided. We also offer special on-site seminars where we present the material in the comfort of your own office. Space is limited, so CONTACT US today to sign up.

Courses

Guide to Home Elevators

The Presentation

This presentation is designed to provide an overview of home elevators for architects and builders.

The learning objectives for the course are as follows:

  • Relate to the variety of applications for home elevators
  • Identify common features and the four main types of elevator drive systems
  • Analyze site requirements and project timelines
  • Understand codes and regulations applicable to residential elevators

By the end of this session, participants should have a broad understanding of residential elevators and the increasing demand for mobility in the home. This presentation is an intermediate level AIA CES course.

This presentation is an intermediate level AIA CES course and provides 1 HSW learning unit.

AIASAV101

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Introduction to Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators

The Presentation

This presentation is designed to provide an overview of pneumatic vacuum elevators for architects and builders.

The learning objectives for the course are as follows:

  • Distinguish differences between vacuum and traditional elevators
  • Understand new technology of vacuum elevators
  • Determine proper applications and installation requirements for vacuum elevators
  • Understand and apply benefits of a vacuum elevator as it relates to sustainable design

By the end of this session, participants should have a broad understanding of vacuum elevators and the increasing demand for mobility in the home. This presentation is an intermediate level AIA CES course.

This presentation is an intermediate level AIA CES course and provides 1 HSW learning unit.

AIAPVE101

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Guide to ADA and ANSI A117.1 Design Standards for Platform Lifts and LULA Elevators

The Presentation

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is equal opportunity law that includes standard for accessible design. This presentation provides an overview of ADA and ANSI A117.1 design standards for platform lifts and LULA (limited use/limited application) elevators.

The learning objectives for the course are as follows:

  • Understand basic information on vertical and inclined platform lifts and their code limitations
  • Understand accessibility code requirements for platform lifts (ANSI A117.1 and ADAAG)
  • Understand basic information on commercial LULA elevators and their code limitations
  • Understand accessibility code requirements for LULA Elevators

By the end of this session, participants should have a broad understanding of ADA design standards for accessibility lifts and LULA elevators, their technology, application and advantages.

This presentation is an intermediate level AIA CES course and provides 2 HSW learning units.

AIASAV201

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Guide to ADA and ANSI A117.1 Design Standards for Vertical Platform Lifts and LULA Elevators

The Presentation

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is equal opportunity law that includes standard for accessible design. This presentation provides an overview of ADA and ANSI A117.1 design standards for platform lifts and LULA (limited use/limited application) elevators.

The learning objectives for the course are as follows:

  • Understand basic information on vertical platform lifts and their code limitations
  • Understand accessibility code requirements for platform lifts (ANSI A117.1 and ADAAG)
  • Understand basic information on commercial LULA elevators and their code limitations
  • Understand accessibility code requirements for LULA Elevators

By the end of this session, participants should have a broad understanding of ADA design standards for accessibility lifts and LULA elevators, their technology, application and advantages.

This presentation is an intermediate level AIA CES course and provides 1 HSW learning unit.

AIASAV202

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Vertical Material Handling Systems & Methods

The Presentation

“Vertical Material Handling Systems & Methods” explores the various types of vertical material handling systems that are available.

The learning objectives for the course are as follows:

  • Understand basic information on types of end users and what types of buildings reap the most benefits
  • Understand the wide range of objects that are transported vertically between the floors of any structure
  • Understand important design and planning criteria to assist in choosing the appropriate equipment for the application
  • Understand national code applications for these products

By the end of this session, participants should have a broad understanding of the technology, efficiency, safety and cost reduction benefits gained by your clients through the use of vertical material handling systems.

This presentation is an intermediate level AIA CES course and provides 1 HSW learning unit.

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