Free AIA Continuing Education Courses in Evansville

 

Join us every quarter for free continuing education courses approved by the American Institute of Architects (AIA). These courses are provided to local architects for free courtesy of Architectural Sales and our manufacturers. All trainings are held in person at the Architectural Sales and Lensing Building Specialties office at 600 N. Sixth Avenue in Evansville, Ind.

 

Sign up our next class on Wednesday, March 16.

You’re invited to join us at our next class on Wednesday, March 16 to earn three AIA continuing education courses. You’ll learn from and interact with product pros at Masonite, Heckman Architectural Specialties and O’Connor & Associates during the following courses.

 

Course Curriculum:

stained wood door in a hotel with the grains of the wood showing

Learn the various veneer cutting methods for wood doors, appearances associated with each type and how veneer lay-up options can change the overall appearance in grain and color.

By the end of this course, you will:

  • Understand the various veneer cutting methods and the appearances associated with each type.
  • Be able to identify the species and cut of veneer that will provide the desired appearance required for a given project.
  • Know how veneer lay-up options can change the overall appearance in grain and color.
  • Be informed on how their veneer choices impact the environment.
close up photo of gray advanced composite siding

Explore the strengths, weaknesses and environmental aspects of common siding materials used in single-family, multi-family and light commercial construction, and learn how these materials contrast with a next generation advanced mineral composite siding.

By the end of this course, you will:

  • Understand the history of the development of common siding materials used in residential, multi-family, and light commercial construction.
  • Be able to compare and contrast the positives, negatives, and environmental impacts of several widely used siding materials, including wood, vinyl, engineered wood, and fiber cement.
  • Learn a definition of “resilient design” and what siding materials are most resilient in flood disasters.
  • Be introduced to several next generation siding products with a focus on advanced mineral composite siding and the environmental, health and wellness, and resiliency issues it resolves.
bathroom vanity in hotel toilet room with tan walls and cabinets, blue backsplash, white sink basin and silver faucet.

Explore toilet room compliance with applicable accessibility codes and regulations relating to access, use, maneuverability and safety and accessible design issues associated with toilet compartment and lavatory accessories.

By the end of this course, you will:

  • Understand the accessible elements of a multiuser toilet room.
  • Understand toilet room compliance with applicable accessibility codes and regulations relating to access, use, maneuverability and safety.
  • Understand accessible design issues associated with toilet compartment and lavatory accessories.

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