Continuing Education Courses for Architectural Door Openings

ASSA ABLOY’s consultative experts share their knowledge through a variety of courses to help benefit end-users, architects, distributors and others involved in the industry.

As a registered AIA/CES (American Institute of Architects/Continuing Education System) Passport Provider, ASSA ABLOY offers customized classes for architectural firms, lunch & learn seminars and speakers for professional organizations.

All courses meet the program development, administration and delivery guidelines as prescribed by the AIA/CES, GBCI /CMP, and IDCEC, and they are all approved for "Health, Safety and Welfare" (HSW) credit.

Please contact your local ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions field office for available in-person and online course offerings.

New AIA-approved Virtual Lunch-and-Learn Sessions!

AD302.2 – Aesthetically Designed Architectural Door Openings
An overview of the importance and choices available to improve the aesthetics of architectural door openings with a continuous design theme. 

Program number: AD302; IDCEC 30239

AD305 – Doors, Frames, and Hardware
An overview of doors, frames, and architectural door hardware, including DHI's Sequence and Format for the Hardware Schedule and standard industry nomenclature for hollow metal frames & doors, wood doors and general hardware,

Program number:  AD305

AD312.2 – Electronic Access Control Impacts on LEED & Sustainability
This session will focus on security design and its effect as they apply to door openings and access control and discuss why “green” needs to be everyone’s concern.

Program number:  AD312; USGBC 0910000500

AD315 EAC - Security Continuum for Openings
Learn about various types of  access control applications for door openings including, mechanical key, keypads, offline battery powered, electronic cylinders and keys, hard-wired electrified, wireless, and power over Ethernet product solutions.

Program number:  AD315

AD330 – Specialty Openings
Review design options, applications, and specification considerations for various types of Specialty Door Openings and how to differentiate specialty door applications from standard steel based product offerings.

Program number: AD330

AD350.2 – Government & Military Opening Solutions
This session will focus on government and military projects as it relates to sustainability, specialty door, access control and product acquisition requirements.

Program number:  AD350

AD340 –  Glass Door Solutions
The course includes a breakdown of the components used in a glass door system with detailed information about the various types of mechanical & electronic hardware products used on glass openings. The program concludes with a review of the Division 08 section used for glass door specifications.  

Program number: AD340

AD400.2 – Introduction to WELL Building Standard
This presentation will detail an introduction to the WELL Building Standard, in order to understand the market drivers for healthy buildings and crossover with LEED and other green building standards. This course will explore how project managers can use their understanding of LEED to excel at WELL building and how to partner with product manufacturers to contribute to healthy building criteria.

Program number:  AD400

AD405 – Healthy Building Materials
This presentation introduces LEED, the Living Building Challenge, and the WELL Building Standard in order to understand the market drivers for healthy buildings and the crossover between them. This course presents a five-step implementation process to achieve these standards, minimize health risks, and promote healthy buildings across industries.

Program number: AD405; USGBC: 0920021739

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