Webinars - Virtual Instructor Led Training

Find upcoming webinar training from ASSA ABLOY Academy here.

Updated  January 19, 2022

We are continuing with 1-hour "quick bite" webinars, but will be adding some classroom type, multi-hour sets of training sessions (2, 4, 6 or 8 hours, depending on the content).

Keep checking back!.

Below are the scheduled 1-hour sessions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date

Start Time (Eastern)

Presenter

Topic

Description

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Friday, January 21, 2022

2:00:00 PM

Chad Tibbets

ICC 500 and FEMA P-361 Tornado Door and Hardware Codes and Standards

This training will cover the tornado codes and standards that govern windstorm shelter doors, frames and hardware for areas inside the United States 250 mph windstorm zone. In this class we will address testing, labeling, inspection and installation of these shelter door assemblies.

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Tuesday, February 1, 2022

11:00:00 AM

Rodger Schmidt

Electromechanical Touchless Solutions and Applications

This course provides an in-depth look at what you need to know to create a touchless solution using hardware and accessories from Adams Rite, Alarm Controls, and ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware. During the training session, we'll review key considerations for going from mechanical to electrified hardware and switches to create a touchless or “touch-less” solution, like existing hardware, the door's function, the opening's surroundings, and, of course, codes. With an emphasis on real-world applications, this class adds context to the typical features/benefits product-centric conversation. This class is eligible for 1 credit hour: attendees may receive a certificate of completion (as requested).

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Tuesday, February 8, 2022

11:00:00 AM

Rodger Schmidt

Upgrading from Mechanical to Electrified Hardware

This course provides an in-depth look at what you need to know about an opening in order to select the right electrified hardware option(s) to work with or replace the most common mechanical door hardware. During the training session, we'll review key site survey fundamentals when selecting electrified hardware, like existing hardware, the door's function, the opening's surroundings, and, of course, codes. This class is eligible for 1 credit hour: attendees may receive a certificate of completion (as requested).

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Thursday, February 10, 2022

2:00:00 PM

Russell Corriveau

How to order and price Corbin Russwin Hardware

This webinar is an overview of how Corbin Russwin Products are ordered and priced. Corbin Russwin's nomenclature, options and quick codes will be reviewed and explained.

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Tuesday, February 15, 2022

11:00:00 AM

Russ Anderson

Codes & Common Sense – NFPA 80 Fire Rated Assemblies

This course is a review of the 'NFPA 80 Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives' with topics ranging from where we commonly find fire rated assemblies to understanding door hardware components. We'll also discuss when modifications can be made to a fire rated assembly and the addition of accessory products. Learners will also explore the 13 inspection items being checked by qualified inspectors for a fire-rated assembly. This class is eligible for 1 credit hour: attendees may receive a certificate of completion (as requested).

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Tuesday, February 15, 2022

2:00:00 PM

Russell Corriveau

How to order and price SARGENT Hardware

This webinar is an overview of how SARGENT Hardware is ordered and priced. We'll examine SARGENT's extensive offering of options. And how the catalog and price books are layed out for ease of use.

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Thursday, February 17, 2022

2:00:00 PM

Katie Flower

Calculating Occupant Loads and Egress Width

This course is intended to familiarize you with the how to use the egress calculator for the purpose of determining the occupancy use and type of a building, structure or portion thereof; calculating the occupancy load for a room or space, for each occupancy type, based on the formulas and tables in IBC201; calculating the minimum clear opening width of doors from a room or space; determining the swing direction of doors from a room or space and determining the minimum number of exits and exit access doors from a room or space.

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