Registration for Three IDeA Center’s Online Continuing Education Courses Now Available!

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.  There are 11 online courses in the IDeA’s continuing education program, most offering 15 hours of continuing education credit.

The IDeA Center is now offering the next three courses in its online continuing education program. Course Dates: 10/21/2013 – 11/17/2013.  Registration is open and available until October 18th, 2013 for the following courses:  Universal Design and Interior Environments, Universal Design and Products, and Defining Universal Design (replaces Core Courses 1 & 2).

Courses start October 21st, continue for four weeks until November 17th, and are entirely online.  Each course costs $250 USD plus the cost of the textbook (available in e-book or hard copy and may be used over multiple courses).  AIA members receive 15 CEU Credits for the completion on select course(s).

For more information and course descriptions please visit http://udeworld.com/training/continuing-education/course-description.html.  You may register on the course list page by selecting “Add Course to Cart” on the Course List page. You can also register in-person, or you may print the registration form here (PDF/MS Word) and mail it with a $250 USD (per course) check or money order made payable to the IDeA Center.

For more information on the IDeA Continuing Education Program please visit http://www.udeworld.com/training/continuing-education.html.

For any additional questions please contact Jonathan White at jrwhite2@buffalo.edu.

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