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DSA Academy Transient Lodging, Housing at a Place of Education, and Social Service Center Establishments - Riverside, CA - October 2017

9:00 am - 4:00 pm PDT, October 06, 2017   |   Organized by: California Department of General Services (DGS) - Division of the State Architect (DSA)

Description

Date/Time: October 6, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: California Tower Building, Riverside, CA.

Description: This one-day course provides an overview of the various Federal and State regulations, standards and guidelines related to transient lodging, housing at a place of education, and social service center establishments. The main focus of the course is Chapter 11B of the California Building Code (CBC). Chapter 11A (housing) is not covered. For Chapter 11A training, contact the California Department of Housing and Community Development.

Topics:

  • Overview of 2010 American with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design, and Fair Housing Act Guidelines.

  • Applicability of Federal and State regulations to transient lodging, housing at a place of education, and social service center establishments.

  • Main focus is the scoping and technical sections in Chapter 11B of the CBC.

  • Requirements for new construction, additions and alterations.

  • Available reference materials provided by Federal and State Agencies.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the jurisdiction of Federal and State agencies for enforcement of regulations governing the design and construction of transient lodging, housing at a place of education, and social service center establishments.

  • Understand how to analyze and apply the regulations to transient lodging, housing at a place of education, and social service center establishments.

  • Compare the various regulations for transient lodging, housing at a place of education, and social service center establishments and assess the applicability and impact on design and construction.

  • Compare floor plans to understand the differences in the various types of accessible residential dwelling units.

Recommended for:

  • Design Professionals

  • Local Building Officials

  • Project Inspectors

  • Facility Managers

  • Building Contractors

  • Other Interested Parties

Class Materials Include:

  • Link to the Box for download of electronic versions of class materials.

  • Visual aids and other class-related materials may also be utilized.

  • Food and drink is not included

Continuing Education:

  • 5 AIA / CES Learning Units / HSW Credits

  • 5 CASp Continuing Education Units

  • 3 ACIA Continuing Education Units

  • .5 ICC Continuing Education Units

Note: To receive Continuing Education Units, you are required to attend the entire class.




Location

California Tower Building

3737 Main St. Highgrove Room #200

Riverside, CA US

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