American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Ed Opportunity

Bruno Independent Living Aids is pleased to be an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System approved provider.  We know that understanding national accessibility guidelines/requirements and specifying a wheelchair lift for public access can be complicated. We’re here to help!

There are now two ways to earn your continuing education credits - via Lunch and Learn or through online training.

Consider hosting a Lunch and Learn on “Vertical Platform Lifts for ADA Access” for your team, and participants will receive one learning unit.

Provider: Bruno Independent Living AidsAIA Continuing Education
Course#: BRUNO1216
Course: Vertical Platform Lifts for ADA Access
Length: 1 Hour
Credits: 1 Learning Unit
HSW: Yes

Course Descripiton

A Vertical Platform Lift (VPL) is a cost- and space-effective solution to overcome vertical barriers to access. Explore the technical and design aspects of the equipment and gain an understanding of the applications and regulations that dictate how to properly specify a VPL for your clients.

Learning Objectives

  • Define VPL configurations and their appropriate applications for vertical access.
  • Gain an overview of ASME A18.1 Safety Standards and the ICC/ANSI A117.1 Accessibility Guidelines.
  • Explore ADA requirements as they pertain to equipment options and configurations.
  • Introduce resources available for designing a VPL into your projects.


No cost.  In addition, we’ll provide your team lunch!

Learning Unit

Participants will receive one learning unit.

Online Training

Click here to begin earning your continuing education credit via online training.

Lunch and Learn with Facilitator

Learn from industry experts with significant experience with ADA-related codes and hands-on knowledge of specifying and installing commercial vertical platform/ wheelchair lifts.

Get More Information

Please use the form below to contact Bruno about this Continuing Education opportunity. 

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