Rotary Lift is an Approved AIA Continuing Education Provider
Rotary is excited about being able to participate in the Continuing Education program through AIA. As the leader in the lift industry, we strive to be a "total value" partner assisting facility planners, architects and design engineers with client new construction or expansion projects.
Frequently Asked Questions about AIA, CE and Rotary Lift:
1. Can I earn AIA credits by attending the Rotary workshop?
Yes. Any AIA member architect or any of your design engineers can earn one AIA Learning Unit credit for attending.
2. Can a workshop be scheduled in my area?
Yes. In addition to conducting workshops at large national industry shows, we will be scheduling them both regionally and at individual architectural firms. To schedule one at your shop or for more information, please call us at 800.640.5438.
3. How long do the workshops run?
Each session runs approximately one hour.
4. Where do I go for more information our the Rotary assistPRO™ program?
For more information, please call Rotary Lift: 800.640.5438.
Courses currently available:
Course Number: RV977
Course Title: Sustainability and Vehicle Maintenance Lifts
Coupon Code: Lift1
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Course Description: In the global effort to “go green,” the number of industries affected is so far-reaching, it’s almost unimaginable. Architects are well aware of environmental advances in common building materials and design elements, but may be less familiar with new developments in specialized equipment, such as vehicle lifts.
Course Objectives: Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the evolution of vehicle maintenance lifts.
- Relate environmental issues with early inground lifts and explain the decline in their use.
- Discuss sustainable alternatives: modern high-pressure, low-volume inground lifts and surface lifts.
- Name new technologies for inground lifts that protect the environment and increase the life cycle of the lift.
- Identify the safety considerations, changing codes and standards that regulate lifts.
- Feel comfortable making knowledgeable, code-compliant vehicle lift recommendations for maintenance facilities.