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Grow your expertise, avoid litigation, and build better facilities for all with industry-leading ADA Continuing Education, Inspection Tools, and CASp Services.
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ADA training is required for license renewal in California, but it’s about more than just fulfilling legal requirements.
Backed by 15 years in ADA compliance, our approach helps you become more aware of how people with disabilities experience physical spaces, improve your skill set, and create better communities for all
Ada Continuing Education
Delivering an Unparalleled Standard of Engaged Learning
Our effective and meaningful ADA Continuing Education resources are all you need to stay compliant and enrich human lives through universal design.
ADA Online Courses
Comprehensive and engaging AIA/ HSW CES-approved educational resources to create your own curriculum and tackle at your own pace.
ADA Live Trainings & Webinars
In-person and virtual AIA/ HSW CES-approved seminars to have your questions answered on the spot and network with like-minded professionals.
Ada Online Courses
Review our all-new 11 online courses below.
We’re unique to other ADA course providers, as we give you the flexibility to select and purchase which course(s) fit your design needs.
When you purchase 5 courses, we’ll discount your package to $185, saving you $90.
There’s a lot of confusion that surrounds accessible parking. Learn about the common problem areas to stay in compliance and build better parking spaces for all.
- Surface Parking
- Parking Structures
- Exterior Path of Travel to Entrances
- Exterior Ramps and Stairs
- Visually Impaired Requirements
Many architects and construction industry professionals run into ADA violations when it comes to EVCSs. Learn how to avoid mistakes in EVCS layout, design, and installation.
- Scoping & Quantities
- Payment Markings & Signage
- Van, Standard, and Ambulatory Space Requirements
- Existing & New EVCS Requirements
With countless exterior paths of travel inspections under our belt, we’ve seen the issues that can arise from the lack of accessible paths of travel. Learn how to prevent them.
- Exterior Path of Travel to Entrances
- Exterior Ramps & Stairs
- Visually Impaired Requirements & Hazards
- Wayfinding & Signage
Proper location of detectable warning devices and use of color are crucial to ADA compliance. Learn how to avoid common mistakes and design accessible spaces for visually impaired individuals.
- Using Cane Skills
- Visual Cues in the Exterior Path of Travel
- Physical Cues in Ramps & Stairs
- Hazards to the Visually Impaired
- The Wrong Places for the Detectable Warning Devices
Proper signage, door clearances, and vertical access elements, such as stairs and elevators, are common problem zones during ADA inspections. Get the latest knowledge to stay in compliance.
- Interior Path of Travel Clearances
- Door Clearances & Signage
- Horizontal Access Elements
- Vertical Access Elements
- Exit & Room Signage
Accessibility standards for toilet rooms, drinking fountains, and locker facilities can be challenging to understand. Learn how to prevent common mistakes and build more inclusive spaces.
- Toilets, Sinks, and Urinals
- Baby Changing Stations
- Drinking Fountains & Bottle Filling Stations
- Single Occupancy Toilet Rooms
- Showers & Lockers
- Adult Changing Facilities
Determine if an existing or new play structure is ADA compliant and understand the differences between elevated and ground level components to create more inclusive play areas.
- 2019 CBC and 2010 ADA Standards for Play Structures
- Play Area Standards
- Ground Level Scoping Provisions
- Technical Provisions
- Playground Surfaces
Keep your water recreation elements compliant with ADA, including pools, spas, splash pads, water slides, and diving boards, using the latest and most efficient universal design solutions.
- 2019 CBC and 2010 ADA Standards for Pools & Spas
- Pool & Spa Access Requirements
- Pool Lifts
- Sloped Entries
- Transfer Walls
- Transfer Systems
- Aquatic Recreation Facilities
Learn the latest ADA seating requirements for viewers, audiences, and spectators, including the visually impaired and the hearing impaired requirements to stay compliant.
- Accessible Seating
- Semi-Ambulant Seating
- Assistive Listening Systems
- Access to Stages, Platforms, Arena
- Floors, and Locker/Dressing Areas
- Ticket Booths & Press Boxes
- Access to Sporting Areas & Team Seating Areas
Master the ADA requirements for boating & fishing recreational facilities to stay compliant with the law, avoid common mistakes, and make the waterfront more accessible for all.
- Boating Facilities Scoping
- Boarding Piers & Launch Ramps
- Boating Slips
- Fishing Piers & Platforms
Learn about the latest ADA regulations for public parks and different types of public trail systems to avoid common problems and make outdoor recreation more inclusive of the entire community.
- Parking & Exterior Path of Travel
- Gang & Portable Toilet Rooms
- Federal Standards for Outdoor Developed Areas
- Parks & Picnic Facilities
- Trail Scoping & Technical Provisions
Thorough templates and checklists to enhance your ADA compliance, exclusively available at Izor Access.
Inspections, plan reviews, and expert witness services to evaluate ADA compliance and provide support with litigation.
WHY CHOOSE US?
As a colleague and ADA compliance expert, I understand your design challenges
Meet Greg Izor
Founder & Owner of Izor Access and Izor & Associates AIA, NCARB, CASp
With decades of experience in all phases of architectural services in both the private and public sectors, Greg has seen the importance of accessible spaces ﬁrst-hand.
When he founded Izor Access, Greg had a vision of going beyond compliance.
He wanted to provide industry-leading education to ensure that architects and construction industry professionals had all the knowledge they needed to stay compliant and build spaces that better the lives of all members of their communities.
Greg has extensive experience in ADA litigation and understands the nuances and gray areas of compliance to help you avoid fees and successfully navigate building accessible spaces.
I highly recommend the Izor Access ADA courses to any design professional or building ofﬁcial.
“As a practicing Architect for 40 years, I have taken many continuing
education courses where the material was not presented well or clearly presented.
This is not the case with Izor Access presentations. Greg Izor’s
information is thorough and easy to understand on a difficult subject.”
– Michael D. Kiss, AIA
Greg's presentation was a breath of fresh air!
He covered critical accessibility standards/ issues. I’ve attended multiple Izor sessions over the years, but in launching his 2023 campaign, he has significantly added the benefit of more actual field experience narratives. It was encouraging to hear his discussions of multiple circumstances involving legal challenges, vigilante plaintiffs, code enforcement (interpretation), and person to person/phone to phone give and take concerning “the book” of myriad problems related to accessibility, the people who interpret them, and those who benefit from the results (most of us).
Greg is extremely knowledgeable and makes highly technical, very detailed subjects interesting
Greg's seminar presentation was very well executed and informative.
The real-world examples of how the Code was interpreted – either correctly or not were most helpful. Great presentation!
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Improve your skills, protect your reputation, and make a real difference in people’s lives.