Just a Few Spots left for the Disaster Training in Bloomington!
Mark your calendars and reserve your spot for the first of the AIA Disaster Training workshops. The first workshop will be held in Bloomington on Tuesday, February 4th.
TRAINING: Post-disaster Safety-Assessment Program (SAP) training provides architects, engineers, and building inspectors with the knowledge to provide evaluations of facilities and buildings in the aftermath of a disaster. All building industry professionals are welcome to attend.
In 2008, AIA adopted and adapted California’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) Safety Assessment Program (SAP) as the official AIA all-hazards post-disaster training. After successfully completing AIA’s SAP training, eligible individuals will earn a California-issued registration ID card. This nationally recognized certification is often required training for volunteer building safety evaluators nationwide.
6.5 AIA HSW CEUs will be earned.
Space is limited, don't delay!
$140 AIA Members or Partners; $170 Non AIA Members *** Attendees should bring their state license number(s ) and will have their photo taken for the CAL OES Identification card.
**More information below:
TIME: 8:30am Registration. Training ends at 5PM (catered lunch provided)
LOCATION: Den At Fox Creek Golf Course. 3002 Fox Creek Road, Bloomington, IL
MEALS: Continental breakfast; catered lunch is included in the price.
MANUALS: the cost includes 2 manuals, ATC-20 Post-earthquake Safety Evaluation of Buildings and ATC-45 Safety Evaluation of Buildings after Wind Storms and Floods.
TRAINER : Rose Grant, Principal at Rose Grant Architectural Services, Inc. AIA, CPCU, Ellsworth, Illinois
AIA ILLINOIS will be offering training throughout the state. We will be hosting training sessions in Collinsville on March 5 and on April 2, at AIA Chicago. More information to come for the Collinsville and AIA Chicago sessions.