|The participants will learn the basic concepts of barrier free design as it relates to every day life and its relationship to floor covering specification. Participants will also be shown examples of the "downfalls" of inappropriate floor covering specification and the potential negative effects on the barrier free environment. |
|Course Objective:||The participants in this course will learn the basics of barrier free design when specifying floor covering for active every day life. |
|Intended Audience:||This course is designed for interior designers, consultants, specifiers, architects, facility managers, insurance related associates, all associated with the floor covering, construction, mitigation, cleaning and restoration industries. |
|Course Time:||1 hour|
||Claudia Lezell, ASID|
|Continuing Education Credits:
1 Course Hour. This course is approved for IICRC continuing education credits. It is important that you understand that in order to accumulate any IICRC CECs, you will need to complete a minimum of 3.5 hours (for a 1/2 (.5) of credit) with any combination of these courses. In order to obtain a full credit hour you will need to complete a combination totaling 7 hours. In order to obtain 2 full CEC credits you will need to complete an accumulation of 14 hours on-line. Note that each course is assigned a number of hours. This does not compute to number of continuing education credits, only hours.
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FLOORING TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE