Schertz-San Antonio Regional Training. Receive up to 8 hrs. of CE.LU as required by TDLR, AIA, ICC, and ACTCP Elective credit.
Option of attending classes offered via webinars for TDLR and AIA CE/LU credit. USE the other registration link on this date on the Event Calendar if you plan to attend by WEBINAR
8:00-8:30 am Registration
8:30-10:30 am 2010 ADA Standards for Recreation Facilities: Amusement, Recreational Boating, Fishing Facilities, Swimming Pools and Spas Presented by Bill Botten, Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator, U.S. Access Board This course will examine the technical and scoping requirements under the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design for four sections of Chapter 10 “Recreation Facilities”. The minimum requirements for amusement rides, recreational boating facilities, fishing piers and platforms, and swimming pools and spas will be presented. Come and explore what makes these unique facilities accessible
TDLR #21573 2 CE (TX Access Standards), AIA/ CES APA 222 2 LU/HSW, ICC #22235 0.2 CEU, ACTCP 2 elective credits
10:30 am- 12:30 pm 2010 ADA Standards for Recreation Facilities: Golf Facilities, Miniature Golf, Sports Facilities, and Play Areas Presented by Stephen Meyers, APA, RAS. This course will examine the technical and scoping requirements under the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design for four sections of Chapter 10 “Recreation Facilities”. The minimum requirements for golf facilities, miniature golf courses, sports facilities (including press boxes) and play areas will be presented. Come and explore what makes these unique facilities accessible.
TDLR #21572 2 CE (TX Access Standards), AIA/ CES APA 223 2 LU/HSW, ICC #22236 0.2 CEU, ACTCP 2 elective credits
LUNCH – 12:30-1 pm- includes Box lunch for those attending all day- assortment from Panera
1:00-3:00 pm Updates and Information about the Architectural Barriers Program Presented by Marsha Godeaux, Program Specialist VI, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation This course provides an update on several topics from the Architectural Barriers program which are evolving or need some clarification including HB 3163, TABS, RAS license renewal and RAS Procedures.
TDLR #21473 2 CE (1 CE TX Laws and Rules, 1 CE RAS Procedures), AIA/ CES APA 225 2 LU, ICC #22238 0.2 CEU
3:00-5:00 pm Accessible Dormitory and Residential Projects Presented by Gene Boecker, AIA, RAS, Accessibility Project Manager, Code Consultants This presentation addresses the various laws, codes and standards that are used by various federal, state and local agencies to address accessibility in residential facilities. Depending on where the project is located, whether it is new or existing and whether federal financial assistance is provided, the codes and standards which apply may vary widely. The program is generally advanced simply due to the complexity of the information. However, it should be understandable to individuals with a solid understanding of accessibility standards.
TDLR #21509 2 CE (TX Access Standards), AIA/ CES APA 224 2 LU/HSW, ICC #22237 0.2 CEU, ACTCP 2 elective credits
2These courses were offered at the 2020 Annual Meeting in Jan/Feb; course credit may not be available for courses repeated within a year.
Continuing Education 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).