August 25, 2016 – August 26, 2016
|Time: 8:30 AM - Registration/Coffee/Tea
9 AM to 5 PM - Training
|Fee: NAHB Member Fee: $525 per course
Non-Member Fee: $625 per course
OT, IFDA, IDC, ASID: $525 per course
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Wanda E. Gozdz, CAPS, ASID ALLIED ,
CILB #0005946, IDCEC #12-00001540
Wanda E. Gozdz is president and founder of Golden Age Living, LLC. Ms. Gozdz is a Residential Interior Designer and a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) and trainer for the National Home Builder’s Association (NHBA) in Aging in Place. Gozdz, provides a curb to backyard assessment of a residence in order to determine that the resident can live safely and securely at home. Ms. Gozdz speaks frequently to national organizations and homeowners on “Aging in Place.” She authored, “Sensible Smart Tips for Living in Your ForeverHome™” and received the 2013 Laurel Award from The Treasure Coast Home Builder’s Association (TCBA), Green Building & Remodelers Council, for Residential Construction less than 10,000sq ft.
Universal Design/Build presents a paradigm shift in how we approach residential design and construction. Comfort and convenience – regardless of age, stature or ability – is the hallmark of inclusive design. Additionally, universal design must be pleasing to the eye and cost competitive. This course will benefit all who design, supply, build and remodel homes as well as those affiliated with social and health services. Participants will benefit from the creative design concepts and practices presented in order to develop their own market-driven projects with both broad aesthetic appeal and the necessary functional attributes. CAPS designees may find additional benefits from the course since it expands into the broader spectrum of universal design with a much wider target audience. CAPS training is not a prerequisite.
All attendees will learn to:
• Describe the significance of integrating UD concepts into residential construction
• Distinguish between accessibility & UD solutions
• Locate UD resources, products, materials & services
• Identify/implement UD solutions for various households, budgets & changing needs
• Use effective marketing & communication strategies
• Develop functional & attractive designs
Day 1 COURSE # 102910-1025
Day 2 COURSE # 102913-1023
This course is qualified for: 12 AIA/CES HSW LU, 1.2 AOTA CEUs, CILB Course #0610382 - 11 GEN;
*IDCEC: DAY 1 COURSE #102910-1025; DAY 2 COURSE #10213-1023 CEU HSW EACH DAY; MUST TAKE COURSE BOTH DAYS TO QUALIFY FOR CEU. This course will count for CE for AOTA, NKBA, and State Contractor License.
Cancellation policy: Course is subject to cancellation due to required attendance. Cancellations must be made 10 business days in advance. A cancellation fee of $25 will apply. No-shows will be responsible for entire course fee.