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One of the most challenging yet important tasks we have in our industry is to keep current with changes that occur in the codes and standards that directly affect the door assemblies with which we work. Arguably the two most vital codes and standards concerned are NFPA 80, Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives, and NFPA 101, Life Safety Code.

This new, online self-paced course walks you through the changes in the current editions ofNFPA 80 (2013)... Details

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The International Building Code (IBC) and International Fire Code (IFC) are on a 3-year code development cycle - the 2015 editions of these codes have been published, and the 2018 code development cycle is currently in progress. This presentation is an overview of the relevant updates specific to swinging door openings. For those in the CEP program, 2 CEP points are available upon successful completion.
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  • It’s the first step on the path of career development in the door and hardware industry.
  • It’s a simple introduction to understand the critical components of openings that provide life safety and security to building users.

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  • The course comprises (12) lessons that will take approximately (30) hours for a student new to the industry to complete. You have a one year, unlimited license access to the... Details
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Self-Paced Online Course
(8 DHI Technical CEP Points)

Understanding how construction projects are organized and designed requires a thorough knowledge of the construction documents that administrate, illustrate, detail, and describe them. Estimators, detailers, and project managers need to understand the purpose and use of specifications and drawings as they perform their duties. Knowing where to find specific information in the specifications... Details
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*Facility Fees/Meal Plan included in price.
Individuals trained to recognize a builder's hardware requirements for door openings in all types of public, commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. AHCs coordinate thousands of builders' hardware items and options to ensure door openings are in compliance with fire, life safety, accessibility and building code requirements.
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Installation Guide for Doors and Hardware (1984)
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*Facility Fees/Meal Plan included in price.
Individuals trained in the construction and application of standard and custom hollow metal doors and frames, architectural flush and stile and rail wood doors and aluminum doors and frames. CDCs must master a myriad of fire, life safety, accessibility and building code requirements for all types of buildings.
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*Facility Fees/Meal Plan included in price.
Individuals trained in the construction and application of standard and custom hollow metal doors and frames, architectural flush and stile and rail wood doors and aluminum doors and frames. CDCs must master a myriad of fire, life safety, accessibility and building code requirements for all types of buildings.
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This course walks you through the changes in the current edition of the NFPA 101 (Life Safety Code) (2015) and provides a Code Update for Swinging Door Openings. You will learn about the changes to the 2015 edition of NFPA 101 which affect swinging door openings. Keep in mind that these requirements only apply when NFPA 101-2015 has been adopted in a project's jurisdiction, and the requirements of other adopted codes may differ. You will learn to understand the code development and... Details
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  • It’s the first step on the path of career development in the door and hardware industry.
  • It’s a simple introduction to understand the critical components of openings that provide life safety and security to building users.

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COR101
  • The course comprises (12) lessons that will take approximately (30) hours for a student new to the industry to complete. You have a one year, unlimited license access to... Details
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Online Self-Paced Course - 8 Hours No CEP points available for this introductory course. Purpose: This course is an introduction to building codes and the role architectural doors and hardware play in them. It is intended for those who are new to the industry or who have limited exposure to the codes used in the commercial hardware industry.
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This complimentary Knowledge Assessment Test will test your familiarity with the material covered in COR117 - Door, Frame, and Architectural Hardware Applications and your understanding of basic door, frame and hardware functions and purpose. Students considering course DAI600 - Fire and Egress Door Inspection should have the requisite knowledge and experience to forego COR117 or COR117 is highly recommended for your success in DAI600.
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This complimentary DAI300 Knowledge Assessment Test will help you determine your readiness to take the DAI300 Course. DAI300 is eight hours of face-to-face instruction by a credentialed FDAI and a two-hour online exam. Students will receive a certificate of completion for the Fire Door Assembly Inspector - Technician (DAIT) Program. You will be able to see the questions that you answered incorrectly, so you can be confident that you have a sufficient understanding of the material... Details
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Earning the DHT credential is required to sit for the DHC exam. For more information on the DHT credential, click here. Once you earn the DHC, like all DHI certifications, you will be required to participate in the Continuing Education... Details

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Door + Hardware Consultants (DHC) have advanced product and code application knowledge and expertise, and skills proficient to detail, estimate and project manage large and complex projects and existing facility renovations. They are qualified to provide technical consultation to architects, contractors and building owners on the most complex building projects, but do not provide specification writing services. Applicants must have... Details
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*Facility Fees/Meal Plan included in price.
Door + Hardware Consultants (DHC) have advanced product and code application knowledge and expertise, and skills proficient to detail, estimate and project manage large and complex projects and existing facility renovations. They are qualified to provide technical consultation to architects, contractors and building owners on the most complex building projects, but do not provide specification writing services. Applicants must have... Details
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A comprehensive list of recommended industry identifications as they appear in hardware shedules, specifications and most industry literature.
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This document, is substance, is a technical catalog of the principal items of architectural hardware, and the appended bibliography and glossary are provided for the additional assistance of those who may require information supplemental to that in the main body of the text.
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Hardware for Healthcare Facilities (1993)
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Keying Systems and Nomenclature (1989)
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Processing Hardware for Custom Aluminum Entrances (1990)
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Recommended Locations for Builders' Hardware Custom Steel Doors and Frames (1996)
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The need for a formal recommendation concerning hardware locations arises principally from changing conditions in the building construction field.
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This standard is part of a series of standards entitled DHI-WDHS Recommended Standards for Flush Wood Doors. Each individual standard describes a particular aspect of hardware preparation or location.
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Recommended Procedures for Processing Hardware Schedules and Templates (1989)