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Mar 03 2016

Decoded 2 – Fire Door Assemblies

Category: Fire Doors,VideosLori @ 12:14 am Comments (2)
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If you visited iDigHardware over the holidays, you may have noticed that I posted a beta version of Decoded Class 1 – Intro to Codes & Accessibility – On-Demand.  It seems to work pretty well (if you’re waiting for a certificate – they’re coming!), so I have now posted Decoded Class 2 – Fire Door Assemblies, which is 41 minutes long!  Classes 3 & 4 are coming as soon as I can find the time to finish them up.

The on-demand version of this course is not yet registered for AIA or DHI continuing education credits, but it will be eventually.  I wanted to get the classes out there sooner rather than later, for people who need the information.  When all 4 are posted, I’ll work on getting them registered.

The links to the first 2 classes are posted at the bottom of the Training page – you can access this from the Tools menu above.  I do ask that you register before viewing the videos (it’s painless!), so I know who has taken the classes.  I will only use your email address if you request a certificate, ask to sign up for email updates, or if I find an egregious error and need to alert you.

If you have any comments or suggestions, I’d love to hear them!

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2 Responses to “Decoded 2 – Fire Door Assemblies”

  1. Richard Wright says:

    excellent class! very good job.

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