Advanced Electrified Architectural Hardware (formerly EHC405 & EHC410)
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- COR117 - Door, Frame, and Architectural Hardware Applications
- COR133 - Electrified Architectural Hardware
- COR140 - Using Codes and Standards
- DHC205 - Intermediate Detailing Doors, Frames & Hardware (formerly AHC205 & CDC305)
- DHC307 - Advanced Detailing Doors, Frames & Hardware (formerly AHC207 & CDC305)
- EHC400 - Electrified Hardware Applications and Documentation
Building upon the fundamentals that you learn in COR133, this class will teach you how to take the lead in coordinating electrified hardware devices that your company supplies, with all other low voltage electrified systems to be installed as part of the openings on a project. Coordination is critical in order to ensure a seamless, trouble free, product integration, and will substantially reduce call backs to the site. Through hands-on electrified hardware exercises, we will demonstrate how different systems work together to create secure, and fully functional electrified openings. After taking this course, whether you supply product, create drawings, run coordination meetings, or all of the above, you will develop a true consulting approach that can greatly impact your company’s bottom line. As the hardware industry becomes more dependent on the versatility of electrified hardware, this curriculum will prepare you to communicate effectively with Architects, Owners, Contractors, and Subcontractors by teaching you the necessary skills to coordinate a project as an expert industry professional. By developing a concrete understanding of the systems involved in integrated openings, and an assurance that all code requirements for the project are satisfied, you can take your company to the next level.