RHFAC Accessibility Assessor Training - CSTN 001Learn more and register
This course combines theory and hands-on practice to train individuals who are planning, designing, and constructing the built environment to understand accessibility from the perspective of people with disabilities, and measure the accessibility of venues. You will learn how to deliver consistent, professional site evaluations that determine the level of access for people with disabilities.
Topics covered include:
- Disability Awareness
- RHF Accessibility Certification Basics
- Legal Framework and Compliance
- Universal Design
- Construction Documents and Projects
Who Should Take This Course
Individuals who wish to become RHFAC Professionals, or those who wish to simply apply new skills in their current role. This course is recommended for professionals who are involved in assessing, designing, constructing, commissioning, or maintaining buildings or their surroundings, or have related experience.
- Municipal Planners
- Interior Designers
- Building Code Specialists
- Building Inspectors, Auditors or Assessors