Now Available: Registration for the IDeA Center’s Next Three Online Continuing Education Courses

Did you know that the Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access (IDeA) offers an online continuing education program?  The program is designed for anyone (e.g., advocates, builders/contractors, planners, architects, occupational and physical therapists, and policymakers) interested in learning about the universal design of places, products, and systems with a particular focus on the implications of a life span perspective.  Registration is now available until January 12th, 2012 for the following three “special topic” courses:  Accessible Transit Facility Design & Revised ADA/ABA Guidelines; Product Usability; and Home Modifications.  These courses start January 16th, 2012, continue for four weeks until February 12th, are entirely online, and each cost $250 USD.  For more information and/or to register for these courses please visit http://www.udeworld.com/training/continuing-education/course-description.html.  For more information on the IDeA Continuing Education Program please visit http://www.udeworld.com/training/continuing-education.html.

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