DHI Education on the Road 2019 - Nashville, TN

Please contact us at education@dhi.org or 703.222.2010 for any questions you may have

In order to be properly register for the class you must follow the steps below:

1.) You will need to either login or create an account to begin the registration process.

2.) Please select the COR140 course or the DAI600 4 day or 3 day course option.
3.) Then proceed to checkout.

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I understand and acknowledge that during my attendance at DHI’s Education on the Road (“Event”), I may be photographed, videoed or otherwise recorded by the Door and Hardware Institute (“DHI”) and/or those designated by DHI. As a condition of my attendance at the Event, I agree to irrevocably grant to DHI, its assigns, licensees and successors the right to photograph, publish, record, broadcast, exhibit, digitize, display, copyright, license, transfer, reproduce, translate, modify, edit or otherwise use perpetually throughout the world, in all media now and hereafter known or devised, in whole or in part, my image, likeness, name, biographical information, actions, performance, voice, conversations, quotes and material spoken or otherwise provided by me (collectively, the “Material”) during my attendance at the Event. I also agree that DHI shall be the sole owner throughout the universe and in perpetuity of any and all rights in and to any and all works containing the Material, in whole or in part, for all purposes whatsoever and in any manner or media including, without limitation, printed works, videocassette, DVD, and computer online services. I shall have no rights or interest thereunder whatsoever.
 
When
2/11/2019 - 2/14/2019
Where
Inn At Opryland 2401 Music Valley Dr Nashville, TN 37214

Program


Monday, 11 February 2019

 

Fire and Egress Door Assembly Inspection

Recommended prerequisites:

  • COR101 - Fundamentals of Architectural Doors & Hardware
  • COR102 - Introduction to Building Codes
  • COR117 - Door, Frame, and Architectural Hardware Applications
  • COR140 - Using Codes and Standards
Please see the Education Resource Guide for additional reference materials needed

By selecting the 3-day DAI600 course you will attend a 3-day educational course.  You will NOT take the FDAI Credentialing Exam onsite at the Technical School.  You will take the Exam once you return home on a day and time that works best for you.  You will receive information following the conclusion of the Technical School with instructions on making your appointment with Kryterion Global Testing Solutions.

The DAI600 course is quite comprehensive; therefore, one must have the prerequisite knowledge contained in the courses listed above. If you have significant experience in commercial doors, frames, and door hardware, you may not need to take the former COR113 and/or COR120 courses now COR117. Because the DAI600 course is based heavily on codes, and the codes are updated every three years, we strongly suggest that COR140 be taken prior to DAI600. Otherwise, your ability to understand and retain information from DAI600 may be compromised.

Please refer to the ERG for further description.

Learning Outcome Statements:

  • Upon successful completion of this class, students will:
  • Be able to list inspection requirements of the 2013 edition of NFPA 80
  • Be able to explain the inspector’s role and responsibilities
  • Be able to conduct safety inspections of swinging fire door assemblies with builders hardware
  • Be able to create inspection records and summary inspection reports

Each student will receive Inspection Guideline materials that include:

  • Guide to Annual Inspections of Swinging Fire Doors
  • Field Reference Digest for Inspecting Swinging Fire Doors
  • Inspection mirrors
  • Door gap gauges

Time
2/11/2019 8:00 AM - 2/13/2019 5:30 PM
2/11/2019 8:00 AM

Fire and Egress Door Assembly Inspection

Recommended prerequisites:

  • COR101 - Fundamentals of Architectural Doors & Hardware
  • COR102 - Introduction to Building Codes
  • COR117 - Door, Frame, and Architectural Hardware Applications
  • COR140 - Using Codes and Standards
Please see the Education Resource Guide for additional reference materials needed.

By selecting the 4-day DAI600 course you will attend a 3-day educational course and on the 4th day take the FDAI Credentialing Exam (half day) onsite at the Technical School.

The DAI600 course is quite comprehensive; therefore, one must have the prerequisite knowledge contained in the courses listed above. If you have significant experience in commercial doors, frames, and door hardware, you may not need to take the former COR113 and/or COR120 courses now COR117. Because the DAI600 course is based heavily on codes, and the codes are updated every three years, we strongly suggest that COR140 be taken prior to DAI600. Otherwise, your ability to understand and retain information from DAI600 may be compromised.

Please refer to the ERG for further description.

Learning Outcome Statements:

  • Upon successful completion of this class, students will:
  • Be able to list inspection requirements of the 2013 edition of NFPA 80
  • Be able to explain the inspector’s role and responsibilities
  • Be able to conduct safety inspections of swinging fire door assemblies with builders hardware
  • Be able to create inspection records and summary inspection reports

Each student will receive Inspection Guideline materials that include:

  • Guide to Annual Inspections of Swinging Fire Doors
  • Field Reference Digest for Inspecting Swinging Fire Doors
  • Inspection mirrors
  • Door gap gauges

Time
2/11/2019 8:00 AM - 2/14/2019 5:30 PM
2/11/2019 8:00 AM

Using Codes and Standards

Recommended prerequisites:

  • COR117 - Door, Frame, and Architectural Hardware Applications
Please see the Education Resource Guide for additional reference materials needed

Knowledge of the many industry-related codes and standards differentiates our industry from numerous other distributor-chain driven industries. Staying current and up-to-date on the ever-changing codes and standards requires both a professional and personal commitment. This course covers NFPA 80, Standard For Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives (2013 edition), NFPA 101, Life Safety Code (2012), ICC/ANSI A117.1, Usable and Accessible Building and Facilities (2009 edition), and International Building Code (2012 edition).

You will learn how to:

  • Tell the difference between codes and standards
  • Look up information
  • Interpret codes and standards
  • Determine requirements for fire-rated openings
  • Determine requirements for means of egress openings

Time
2/11/2019 8:00 AM - 2/13/2019 5:30 PM
2/11/2019 8:00 AM

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