Continuing Education

ASI Group is an AIA-approved Continuing Education Systems (CES) Provider.
We’re committed to providing you with industry leading information designed to help you succeed.
Below is our growing library of continuing education courses.

NEW - ASI Group CEU Course:
Better Washrooms for K-12

Washroom design impacts physical and mental health of students, particularly ones with inherent phobias that may manifest in the number of times a student may (or even may not) use the restroom, how much they eat or drink during a day, their sense of safety and their ability to focus throughout the day.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding the shortcomings in washroom design shortcomings in K-12 schools. Understanding how and why washroom design impacts a student’s capacity to focus and learn in schools. Discussing the areas where improvement can be made and understanding how those improvements can be made by delving into Root Causes of poor washroom design.
  • Understanding the required codes in bathroom design, from complying with the ADA Standards put forth by the Department of Justice as well as ADAAG adopted by the Department of Transportations. Learning about the newest Fire Safety codes – NFPA 286.
  • Learning the optimal material choices for partitions and lockers in different physical environments within the same building. Understand the importance of picking the right product types in schools to minimize damage and limit what ends up in landfill.
  • Learning about different types of Design Strategies to create an optimal sense of privacy and safety, improve traffic flow using good product placements, and using the appropriate products to mitigate vandalism.

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NEW - ASI Group CEU Course:
Accessibility in Toilet Room Design

Millions of Americans live with impairments that substantially limit major life activities. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guarantees that people with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else to participate in mainstream living by mandating that public facilities and services be fully accessible to people with disabilities. This course examines the accessible elements of a multiuser toilet room. Discussed are toilet room compliance with applicable accessibility codes and regulations relating to access, use, maneuverability, and safety, and accessible design issues associated with toilet compartment and lavatory accessories.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the need for universal design, the seven universal design principles, and the role of the ADA in the development of accessibility guidelines and standards.
  • Explain ADA regulations surrounding toilet room access, use, maneuverability, and safety and how they ensure a satisfactory experience for users of all abilities.
  • Explain ADA regulations for toilet compartments, lavatories, and accessories that support ease of use and the welfare and safety of all users.
  • Identify the conflicting accessible design requirements between the 2010 ADA Standards and ICC/ANSI A117.1-2017 concerning clear floor space, grab bars, and dispensers.

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ASI Group Sponsored Online Courses
The Continuing Architect

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ASI Group CEU Course:
Bathroom Design: The Differentiating Factor

How to help (or harm) your building’s reputation with bathroom design.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the importance of a restroom experience to building occupants and visitors.
  • Explain how functionality of restrooms affects not only perceptions of a whole structure but also the productivity and performance of its occupants.
  • Identify the elements of great bathroom design, and be equipped to defend against any negative design choices.
  • Describe how partitions and accessories support bathroom design and better understand the tradeoffs in durability, aesthetics, maintenance, user safety, and total life-cycle cost.
  • Understand the importance of collaboration on bathroom design with the building owner, manager, and manufacturer.

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