Training

Living In Place Institute

Certified Living in Place Professional (CLIPP) program recognized by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA). Learn how to go beyond Universal Design and Aging in Place. The Living in Place Institute provides the only positive, business focused solutions to make all homes safe – Healthy -Comfortable for everyone through professional education, electronic assessment tools, and collaborative networking events. Based in the US this is a global program.
https://www.livinginplace.institute/

CLIPP Canadian Training: November 23-25, 2020 – online

Golden Age Living

The Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS), was developed by the National Association of Home Builders, and is taught be licensed professionals from across the USA. The CAPS designation program teaches the technical, business management, and customer service skills essential to competing in the fastest growing segment of the residential remodeling industry: home modifications for the aging-in-place 
https://www.goldenageliving.com/

CAPS Canadian Training: November, 2020 – online 
NAHB Universal Design Training: November, 2020 – online

 

OCAD: Ontario College of Art and Design

Master of Design in Inclusive Design Program. This is the only one of its kind in Canada. We offer you the opportunity to become uniquely qualified as a global leader in the growing field of inclusive design.
https://www.ocadu.ca/academics/graduate-studies/inclusive-design

Rick Hansen Accessibility Certification

Whether you’re an architect, general contractor, engineer, urban planner, design-builder, or anyone interested in accessibility in the built environment, qualifying for an RHFAC Professional designation will provide you with the knowledge and practical skills needed to rate a building for its overall accessibility under the RHFAC program. 

https://www.rickhansen.com/become-accessible

Royal Architect Institute of Canada

Introduction to Successful Accessible Design. In the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s Introduction to Successful Accessible Design, participants will analyze the impacts and conflicts of accessibility in society, the built environment, and the development industry.
https://www.raic.org/AccessibleDesign

University of Alberta

University of Alberta – Faculty of Extension 

Learn the principles of Universal Design or inclusive design.” You will come to think of design in new ways by becoming aware of the impact universal design has had on the past, present, and future of residential housing design. We will focus on maximizing utility with the ultimate goal of looking at design projects that accommodate people’s needs regardless of age, ability, or circumstance.
https://ext.ualberta.ca/course/exri3499

 

University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning

IDeA: Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access
https://www.idea.ap.buffalo.edu/training-services/

University of Alberta

USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology:

Home Modification Certificate 

This intensive program is unlike any other – providing nearly four months of online interaction with peers and experts in the field at a very low cost. Offered by a non-profit University with over three decades of experience and leadership in the home modification field, this Program is dedicated to ensuring that graduates have the skill set necessary to assist individuals with maximizing their home environment. Students have access to the latest on home modification research, products, funding strategies, policies, and community planning.
https://homemods.org/online-courses/

 

Build Your Space

Build Your Space:
Residential Accessibility Course

Sawchuck Accessible Solutions offering first hand experience and solutions in accessibility. Build Your Space is a self-paced online course that helps you and your design team plan and build an accessible home. 
https://sawchukaccessiblesolutions.teachable.com/p/build-your-space

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