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Allied Technical Sales and Architectural Associations are committed to helping the North American architectural community obtain its CEU credits.

Learn More About the Continuing Education Units Offered

Our learning activities are defined as organized educational sessions that teach the fundamental knowledge and skills related to the professional practices of architecture and interior design.

Specifying Code-Compliant Toilet Partitions

Here are the learning objectives:

  • Discuss the update of toilet partition material fire code compliance
  • Explain how to select the most appropriate toilet partition material, hardware and mounting configuration based on building type
  • Describe three ADA accessible toilet compartment layouts
  • Identify guidelines for writing toilet compartment specifications
    • Accredited by AIA, Alberta Association of Architects, Ontario Association of Architects, Quebec Association of Architects and Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

Relocatable Bathroom Fixtures = Universal Design

Here are the learning objectives:

  • Identification of HPL Material and Properties
  • Fundamentals of Rainscreen Principles
  • Systems and Applications
  • Inspiration with HPL
    • Accredited by AIA, Alberta Association of Architects, Ontario Association of Architects, Quebec Association of Architects and Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

Multi-generational Public Design

Here are the learning objectives:

  • Understand the importance of Universal Design and Barrier-Free Design, the difference between the two, and how they can be integrated into bathroom design
  • Describe why and where the need for universal and barrier-free design is growing
  • Describe universal design recommendations for residential (non-public) bathrooms
  • Describe barrier-free design requirements for public (non-private) bathrooms
    • Accredited by AIA, Alberta Association of Architects, Ontario Association of Architects, Quebec Association of Architects and Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

Understanding HPL + The Benefits of Rainscreen Applications

 Here are the learning objectives:

  • Identification of HPL Material and Properties
  • Fundamentals of Rainscreen Principles
  • Systems and Applications
  • Inspiration with HPL
    • Accredited by AIA, Alberta Association of Architects, Ontario Association of Architects, Quebec Association of Architects, Architectural Institute of British Columbia and Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

Materials Matter – Corporate Identity Development

 Here are the learning objectives:

  • Recognize the importance of QA and QC processes
  • Identify key indicators within a product spec that will assist with QA and QC, and code requirements
  • Incorporate Cost-Benefit analysis into product selection to chart asset management and understand the relevant cost of ownership to sustain the design strength of the building
  • Identify various types of rain screen cladding materials taking into consideration their warranty and maintenance schedules.
  • Understanding the benefits of Rain Screen Applications.
    • Accredited by AIA, Alberta Association of Architects, Ontario Association of Architects, Quebec Association of Architects and Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

Planning Guide for Accessible Restrooms

Here are the learning objectives:

  • Minimise congestion at entrances and exits
  • Open vestibule plan most recommended
  • Meet or exceed minimum maneuvering clearances
  • Toilet compartment doors meet ADA standards
  • Out-swing doors must close completely
  • New standards offer a variety of door location and dimension options
    • Accredited by AIA, Alberta Association of Architects, Ontario Association of Architects, Quebec Association of Architects and Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

Barrier-Free Design: Understanding Accessibility in a Locker Room

Here are the learning objectives:

  • Understanding the difference between ADA vs ANSI
  • Designing a complete barrier-free environment
  • Understanding the path of travel
  • Designing for reach intent
  • Atmospheric considerations
  • Durability & resistance considerations
    • Accredited by AIA, Alberta Association of Architects, Ontario Association of Architects, Quebec Association of Architects, Architectural Institute of British Columbia and Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.