Full Day Continuing Education April 21 (Webinar)
April 21, 2021
9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
VIRTUAL LIVE WEBINAR: Full Day Continuing Education
DATE: April 21, 2021, 9am - 2:30pm
COST: All AIA members experiencing hardship (loss of work, reduced pay) as a result of COVID 19, may attend these sessions FREE. Please email Rhonda for hardship request.
- AIA Member or AIA Assoc Member - $10 / session or $30 for all
- AIAH Affiliate Member - $10 / session or $30 for all
- Non-Member - $25 / session or $75 for all
- Request Hardship Consideration / AIA Members Only - $0
Registration is required. Instructions will be emailed to all registrants beginning April 16. Credit given for live viewing only. A minimum of 3 days’ notice is required to receive a full refund if you need to cancel your reservation.
April 21 | 9am-10am
Unitizing Structural Skylights, by Rob Pelletier Construction and VELUX America LLC
1.0 AIA HSW/LU
Throughout this course on Unitized Structural Skylights, we will review the popularity of unitized curtain walls, how it transformed vertical glazing, and an introduction to a 21st century innovation for unitized structural skylights. This presentation will dive into the benefits and design features modular daylighting brings to the efficiency of a building and its occupants.
April 21 | 10:30am-11:30am
The Electrified Home Trend and Design, TONER Home Matters
AIA Credit 1.0 LU
This course teaches design and specifications of an all-electric home. It is important to understand this given the, fast growing, trend towards a home without gas for safety, health, emergency preparedness, environmental stewardship building resiliency. Learn how the design responds to not only the structure but the occupant, understand the client education aspect, see the specifications being used in successful projects and view results from completed homes.
April 21 | Noon-1pm
Flooring and Healthcare outcomes: An Evidence-Based Design Overview, Gerflor USA
1.0 AIA HSW; 1 SD
In the healthcare segment, designers are increasingly utilizing an evidence-based approach to design. Evidence-based medicine relies on objective, repeatable data derived from studies and clinical trials to make decisions on appropriate medical procedures and care. Similarly, evidence-based design relies on data and measurable results from a clinical, operational and business perspective to make design decisions in the built environment. And where verifiable data does not yet exist, designers may use rational inference to determine the best courses of action and design decisions.
April 21 1:30pm-2:30pm
A&E Enterprise Solutions Workshop: Creating Efficiencies and Optimizing ERP Systems by Brayn Consulting
1.0 AIA LU
In this webinar, Brayn Consulting will discuss how financial review utilizing A&E ERP Systems can allow you to develop better reporting on your true financial state and identify the inefficiencies and strengths within your company. What are the basic reporting needs for firms; are you tracking client relationships; reconciling your accounts properly, and much more.