Self-paced Webinars CEU's
The Great Lakes ADA Center now offers self paced webinars approved for Continuing Education Credits.
The following sessions have been approved for 1.5 contact hours for AIA and Great Lakes ADA Center’s
Certificate of Attendance. Due to the verification process, the criteria to earn Continuing Education
credit requires that you view the entire webinar in addition to completing the Pre- and Post-Test in
one continuous sitting. If you stop at anytime, whether during the video or in a test, you must start the process again.
Please click on the session you would like to watch for continuing education credit.
(Originally aired June 5, 2014)
A review of the assembly area standards affecting wheelchair spaces, companion seats, and designated aisle seats in the 2010 ADA Accessibility Standards and the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Standard. Representatives from the Department of Justice, Disability Rights Section discuss additional changes made to the ADA regulation affecting wheelchair space dispersion, accessible route connections, and other changes related to assembly areas.
(Originally aired January 9, 2020)
The ADA Standards apply nationwide to many types of facilities in the private sector and the state and local government sectors. Facilities funded by the federal government are subject to similar
standards issued under the Architectural Barriers Act (ABA). This session kicks off a year-long, chapter-by-chapter review of these standards with a focus on those sections where questions or confusion
often arise. Presenters will cover how the ADA and ABA Standards apply in new construction, alterations, and additions, dimensions for adults and children, equivalent facilitation and modifications or
waivers, construction tolerances and other conventions, referenced standards, and definitions.
Please check back for additional sessions to be added periodically to this series.