Advanced Scoping

taught by Paul Klein & Mark Wood

Course description

"Scoping"...........such an important topic in terms of applying the correct codes, standards, and regulations to a given situation. This is NOT "scoping" in terms of Chapter 2 of the CBC or the ADAS. This is advanced scoping in terms of applying and navigation through the many State and Federal Codes, Standards and Regulations that apply to a given situation. Sounds easy, but it's not in many cases. This course will provide a series of scenarios and/or situations that are complex and not as easy as looking up the height of a grab bar in the code book.


Many of the examples and scenarios in this course are real life examples of the questions and scenarios that we receive on a daily basis. This advanced level course covers many areas of State and Federal Standards, Codes, and Regulations. If you do not have full grasp of program access, readily achievable barrier removal or don't know the difference between Title II or Title III, then save your money and bone up on some of our other classes as a recommended prerequisite.

30 Day Access Period- You can take the course as many times as you like during your 30 day subscription period.

Learning Objectives:

• Better Application of Correct Codes, Standards & Regulations

• Better Identification of the Differences Between State & Federal Accessibilty Requirements

• Better Understanding of Funding Sources

• Program Access

• Readily Achievable Barrier Removal

• Applicable California Code

• CRASCA

Estimated Duration: 5.0 Hours

• Includes Video Course, Self Study & Required Code Research

Architects

CAB CE Units: 5.0

Senate Bill 1608 Signed Into Law In 2008 Requires That All California Architects Complete Coursework On Disabled Access Requirements And Provide Documentation From The Course Provider To The California Architects Board (CAB) If Requested As A Condition Of License Renewal. This Course Fulfills This Requirement And Is Worth 5.0 Hrs Of Continuing Education Units. A Certificate Of Completion Will Be Available At The End Of This Course As Well As The Course Provider Documentation For Those Architects Seeking License Renewal.

Certified Access Specialists

CASp's CE Units: 5.0

CASp Continuing Education Requirements 

15 continuing education units (CEUs) are required to be completed by each CASp during each three-year certification period and prior to application of certification renewal. Continuing education requirements are as follows:

• A minimum of five CEUs must address regulatory updates to the accessibility provisions of the California Building Code. Credit may be attained by the following:

1. Coursework addressing regulatory updates to the accessibility provisions of the California Building Code. Attendance can be either in person or online. One CEU equals one hour of instructional time.

2. Active participation in the DSA-sponsored CASp discussion group addressing the accessibility provisions of the California Building Code. Attendance can be either in person or via teleconference. One CEU equals one hour of participation and only one CEU is granted per session.

3. Participation as a subject matter expert on CASp examination development for DSA. One CEU is granted per session/day.

• The balance of CEU credit may be obtained by one or both of the following:

1. Coursework that increases knowledge and understanding of federal accessibility regulations, standards, and guidelines. Attendance can be either in person or online. One CEU equals one hour of instructional time.

2. Equivalent activity credit in accordance with the following guidelines, including, but not limited to:

a) Participation in formal discussion groups with CASp's sponsored by the Certified Access Specialist Institute (CASI) addressing the accessibility provisions of the California Building Code. One CEU is granted per session.

b) Instructing a course with technical content on the accessibility provisions of state and federal regulations, standards, and guidelines. A maximum of five CEUs will be granted per certification period and CEUs cannot exceed the credits given for the course.

c) Published authorship and research projects in accessibility-related content. A one-time credit of five CEUs will be credited, unless a published update has occurred in a subsequent certification period.

d) Volunteer involvement with groups that promote disability awareness. A credit of one CEU per hour of involvement will be granted, up to a maximum of five CEUs per certification renewal period. Volunteer involvement in a subsequent certification renewal period must be with a different disability awareness group in order to receive CEU credit.

Retention of CEU Completion Information 

The CASp Program does not pre-approve providers of continuing education. It is the CASp’s responsibility to determine that a course meets the continuing education requirements according to the published criteria and to document and retain records of continuing education attendance. Not all providers of distance learning document registration and attendance; therefore, the CASp is required to request and retain proof of participation by official documentation of completion, by official acknowledgement of passing a formal examination which is graded at the end of the course, or by receipt of payment for the course and/or acknowledgement of attendance by the instructor. The CASp Program is the only arbiter of acceptance of CEUs for credit; therefore, it is advisable to obtain CEUs in addition to the minimum required, so that certification renewal is not placed in jeopardy.

Audit of CEU Completion 

The CASp Program may audit the records of a CASp to verify the completion of the continuing education requirements. A CASp shall maintain records of completion of continuing education for three years from the date of certification renewal and shall make those records available to the CASp Program for auditing upon request. If audited, the CASp will be required to provide documentation of successful completion of continuing education which may include the course title and syllabi for coursework content, instructor's name and qualifications, date of completion, and course duration, including receipts or proof of payment, if applicable. The CASp Program will determine if the documentation submitted by the CASp is sufficient to demonstrate attendance and participation for continuing education credit.

A Certificate Of Completion Will Be Available At The End Of This Course As Well As The Course Provider Documentation For Those Architects Seeking License Renewal.

Paul Klein &  Mark Wood
Paul Klein & Mark Wood
Paul Klein, CBO, CASP, Principal CalCasp Inc.

Paul is co-owner and principle with California Certified Accessibility Specialists, Inc. Paul has worked for several jurisdictions in the greater Sacramento area over the last 2 decades as a Building Inspector, Senior Plans Examiner, Assistant Building Official and Chief Building Official. Paul previously served on the California Association of Building Officials (CALBO) Access Committee. From 2001 to 2005 he was a Plan Review instructor for the California Association of Building Officials (CALBO). Paul is currently an instructor for the, Sacramento Valley Association of Building Officials (SVABO), and the American Institute of Architects Central Valley (AIA). He is a Past President for the Sacramento Valley Association of Building Officials (SVABO). Paul is a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) by the California Division of State Architect (DSA), is certified by the International Code Council (ICC) as an Accessibility Inspector/Plans Examiner and holds certifications from a variety of organizations such as ICC, IAPMO and NFPA. He is a member of The National Association of Accessibility Consultants (NAAC).


Mark Wood, CBO, CASP, Principal CalCasp Inc.

Mark is a retired Building Official for the City of Davis. He is a past president and board ember of the Sacramento Valley Association of Building Officials (SVABO). He is a Certified Access Specialist (CASp #043) and founding member of the Certified Access Specialist Institute (CASI). Mark is a Subject Matter Expert volunteering for the Division of the State Architect (DSA) CASp Committee tasked with question development for the CASp Certification Exam. Recently, Mark was selected to a team of national experts working on a comparative analysis of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design and the 2010 California Building Code completed in March 2012. Mark is co-owner and principle of California Certified Accessibility Specialists (CalCasp Inc.). CalCasp provides Federal and State accessibility instruction throughout the State including for the Sacramento Valley Association of Building Officials (SVABO), and the American Institute of Architects Central Valley and San Francisco Chapters (AIA), state college system and university architects.

Reviews (10)

Scenario hiccups

by Emily Blackseth
In the prompt for the answers, it asks for the THREE most important for a CASp....the correct answer currently reads as only TWO...as there is no comma "application" and "date" and no "and" after "application" to imply a third choice. As we all know reading the question and answers carefully is one of the biggest tips for any test. The lack of punctuation is misleading. Additionally, there are mistakes in the video explanations that show a different correct answer than the actual answer given audibly by the presenters.

This title is very appropriate

by Christopher Taylor
This is a great course and has lots of great questions that even stumped me on a few of them. I am a casp and have been a student of the codes for 20 years. This course will test your knowledge and bring clarity to many tricky code cross overs.

Advanced Scoping

by Larry Beem
doing this course for renewal ceu's….. using the two moderators makes up for a live audience, one way or the other you guys bring up the pertinent discussions that need to be with the codes and examples.
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Scenario hiccups

by Emily Blackseth
In the prompt for the answers, it asks for the THREE most important for a CASp....the correct answer currently reads as only TWO...as there is no comma "application" and "date" and no "and" after "application" to imply a third choice. As we all know reading the question and answers carefully is one of the biggest tips for any test. The lack of punctuation is misleading. Additionally, there are mistakes in the video explanations that show a different correct answer than the actual answer given audibly by the presenters.

This title is very appropriate

by Christopher Taylor
This is a great course and has lots of great questions that even stumped me on a few of them. I am a casp and have been a student of the codes for 20 years. This course will test your knowledge and bring clarity to many tricky code cross overs.

Advanced Scoping

by Larry Beem
doing this course for renewal ceu's….. using the two moderators makes up for a live audience, one way or the other you guys bring up the pertinent discussions that need to be with the codes and examples.

Good work!

by Doug Andresen
Appreciate the commentary. If you could always try to comment on each incorrect answer on why they were incorrect (even if it's obvious to you, it might not be obvious to everyone) that would be helpful.

Advanced Scoping

by Justine Hewitt
Learned so much from this course. The reviews at the end of each quiz were extremely helpful. Would love to see new quizzes post a few months :)

Advanced Scoping

by Frederic Huddleston
Very useful information. Covers broad range of scenarios. Might consider providing pdf of quiz for future quick review prior to taking CASp exam.

Great way to learn.

by Dorothy Leever
Applying the regulations to specific situations, is always the best way to grasp the concepts in depth. I always learn far more by considering a scenario, than I do just be reading the regulations. I also learned so much from the discussions provided after each quiz! Excellent course!!

Advanced Scoping

by Lorena Soules
This was hard! But it shows me where at I need to focus my studies. Keep them coming. Lorena Soules City of Garden Grove (previously City of Visalia)

Advanced Scoping

by Matthew Steele
Excellent class to drive home important points and differences between different codes.

Advanced Scoping

by Jose Guillen
It is very informative and convenient at my disposition very valuable, in learning to better understand the scoping, this is good because it quizzes your knowledge and you guys explain as to why of the answer. This course i will complete it is very good it tells me where i am in the scope learning part . Jose A. Guillen. 10/07/2017