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Whether you are new to accessibility in California, preparing for an exam, or renewing your license or certification, these AIA and ICC approved courses will help you understand the most complex California Access Standards.
Are you renewing your architect license with CAB?*
Architects must complete 5 hours of coursework on disability access requirements within the previous two years. Click here for more information.
Are you renewing your CASp certification with DSA?*
CASp renewals must complete 15 continuing education units (CEUs) during each 3 year certification period, including a minimum of 5 CEUs must address regulatory updates to the CBC accessibility provisions. One CEU equals one hour of instructional time. Click here for more information.
- 2019 CBC Chapter 11A: Privately-Funded Multi-Family Dwelling Accessibility on Monday, October 25 - 6 hours of instruction
- Hot Topics in the 2019 CBC Chapter 11A Accessibility on Tuesday, October 26 - 6 hours of instruction
- 2019 CBC Chapter 11B Accessibility in Public Buildings, Public Accommodations and Commercial Buildings: History, Use and Update on Wednesday, October 27 - 6 hours of instruction
- Hot Topics in the 2019 CBC Chapter 11B Accessibility on Thursday, October 28 - 6 hours of instruction
- Analyzing Access Law, Standards and Application for California Building Departments on Thursday, October 28 - 6 hours of instruction
*CALBO is listed as a training provider on the CAB website and DSA website, but it is the architect’s/CASp’s responsibility to determine that a course meets the renewal requirements according to the published criteria and to document and retain records of attendance.