Live in-person and Live online, 1st worldwide AIA Approved Continuing Education program on “Healthy, Safety and Well-Being” is now open to architecture and design professionals.
Keller minimal windows, a leading global designer and manufacturer of innovative, virtually frameless, aluminum window and door systems, is now authorized to offer AIA-approved continuing education programs.
The American Institute of Architects is a professional organization for architects and designers in the United States. Founded in 1857, AIA consistently works to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings, neighborhoods, and communities. Through more than 200 international, state and local chapters, AIA advocates for public policies that promote economic vitality and public wellbeing.
AIA provides members with tools and resources to assist them in their careers and business as well as engaging civic and government leaders and the public to find solutions to pressing issues facing our communities, institutions, nation, and world. Members adhere to a code of ethics and conduct to ensure the highest professional standards.
High-quality and relevant Continuing Education programs for Architects
The AIA now has more than 96,000 member architects. In order to maintain and improve competency they are required to complete a minimum number of hours of continuing education annually.
AIA’s continuing education requirement is one element of AIA membership that differentiates an AIA member from someone who simply holds a license to practice architecture, and it strengthens the credibility that comes with AIA membership.
To support the demand for quality continuing education across a wide domain of topics and delivery modalities, AIA established the Continuing Education Services (CES) program, which leverages a network of providers to design, develop, deliver, and administer high-quality, relevant learning programs to satisfy AIA requirements for continuing education related to the field of architecture and architectural practice as well as the mandatory continuing education requirements for state license registration and renewal.
AIA's developed standards provide the foundation for sound educational programs, and an ongoing process of updating providers accreditations ensures that the Institute's guidelines are followed.
Keller minimal windows is now an authorized AIA Continuing Education Services (CES) provider
Keller minimal windows® is now AIA approved with our 1st training program named “Quality views and Daylight” in which we touch relevant topics from View to Shading Factor via Color Rendering Index CRI to Solar Heat Gain Coefficient SHGC and Thermal Performance of largely glazed minimal windows®.
- How quality views are categorized and can impact health and productivity?
- How solar heat gain and thermal losses impact the design and product choices when incorporating oversized all glass window & doors into the building design?
- Pros and cons of minimalistic window & door systems related to aesthetics, comfort and energy efficiency.
- Design strategies and material choices to optimize light transmission, energy efficiency and comfort.
Such and other relevant topics will be covered during Live in-person and Live online courses provided by Keller minimal windows representatives. Upon completion of the training, architects will be licensed AIA professional development credits.
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