DHIndustry Education Sessions

October 14–16

Course Descriptions

AHC220 AHC Exam Prep

October 14, 15 & 16

(24 Hours) (72 CEP points)

Students pursuing the Architectural Hardware Consultant (AHC) designation will complete in-class exercises designed to replicate exam conditions and better prepare them for the AHC exam. You will leave this class with a firm understanding of how to prepare for the formal AHC certification exam.

You will be required to:

  • Complete timed scheduling and specification exercises
  • Complete timed written exam questions

Prerequisite: All courses required to sit for this exam

Required class materials: Please see the Education Resource Guide and refer to page 17.

ELT500 Aftermarket Sales and Building Renovations

October 16

(8 Hours) (8 CEP points)

Existing buildings require ongoing maintenance throughout their life cycle, which includes repairing, replacing or upgrading doors, frames and hardware items. Often, the building owner or property management company performs this maintenance rather than offering it for bid as a project. This course teaches you how to call building owners, end users and property management companies to service existing buildings.


Register for two or more days of education and receive complimentary All Events Access registration.

  On-Site Registration
  Member Non-Member
Aftermarket Sales and Building Renovations (ELT500) –
October 16
$370 $470
AHC Exam Prep (AHC220) – October 14-16 $1110 $1410

Important Information

PREREQUISITES – There are prerequisites for some courses, as detailed in the course descriptions provided. Reference the DHI Education Resource Guide (ERG), posted at www.dhi.org, for complete information regarding course prerequisites. DHI recommends that students who are new to the industry and those with minimum field experience follow the suggested education path when registering for classes.

TUITION STRUCTURE – Member tuition applies to any DHI individual member or any employee of a corporate member. Tuition includes course material, refreshments and lunch.

CLASS SIZE – Registrations are entered in the order they are received. If a course is sold out, registrants are placed on a waitlist upon receipt of a completed application and tuition payment. If waitlisted students are not able to attend the course of their choice, they may opt to transfer to another course or another class session or seek a refund.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS – Students are responsible for making their own hotel reservations.

TUITION POLICIES – The tuition policies have been developed to encourage students to be certain of the classes they’ve selected prior to registering. Prompt and decisive registration is necessary to fully prepare for the school.

  • A $100 cancelation fee will be applied to cancellations received after September 17th.
  • After September 17th, no refunds will be allowed.
  • Students who register for a class prior to fulfilling the course’s prerequisite(s) will have until September 1st to complete the course prerequisite(s). Students who do not satisfy this condition will receive an automatic cancellation of registration on September 1st and will incur the $100 cancellation fee.