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AIA/CES Courses

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Request any of the one-hour courses below and receive the educational credits listed. We welcome the opportunity to come into your office to present to everyone on your team (with a complimentary lunch), or we are happy to host the presentation virtually so you can attend from the comfort of your home office or anywhere in the world.

    (1) AIA/CES Learning Unit – Contact Hour – Health/Safety/Welfare
    Topics discussed include daylighting strategies available through the integration of structural sandwich panels, energy conservation, enhancements, options, form and aesthetics. The many benefits to health, productivity, safety and sustainable design will be discussed, as well as specialty applications including explosion venting, blast resistance, OSHA fall through protection and hurricane resistance.

    (1) AIA/CES Learning Unit – Contact Hour – Health/Safety/Welfare
    (1) GBCI CE Hour for LEED AP BD+C
    Using various forms of translucent daylighting to earn LEED credits and/or assist in the implementation of green or sustainable design. Topics discussed include the origins of translucent daylighting techniques, energy conservation and opportunities offered in contrast, design, form and aesthetics. Also included are discussions surrounding recycled content, heat island effect and light pollution reduction.

    (1) AIA/CES Learning Unit – Contact Hour – Health/Safety/Welfare
    Objectives of this course will be to have the participants leave with the ability to understand the health, safety, productivity, protection and aesthetic benefits of Natural daylighting in occupied spaces. The benefits to the occupants of a space with diffused sunlight (no glare) instead of direct sunlight (glare). Understanding Natural Daylight improves occupant’s attendance productivity and health. Also, the benefits of designing with low solar heat gain to lower the energy costs of cooling and high insulation properties benefiting the efficiency of heating of the building. There will also be explanation about providing safety of occupants egressing a building during a fire. Attendees will also learn about safety of providing a daylighting material, which can meet OSHA fall through, windborne debris, blast resistance and explosion venting protection. *This course is presented on behalf of Kalwall’s strategic partner Structures Unlimited, Inc.

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