Continuing Education units

Subject: Composite Panel Products - Division 6 Materials & LEED® Credits

After watching this video course presentation, you should be able to:Sponsored by Roseburg: Composite Panel Products CEU

  • Compare features, benefits and limitations of particleboard and medium density fiberboard (MDF)
  • Understand the health benefits of composite products and how testing is essential to verify performance
  • Discuss the various composite panel products and their environmentally-friendly make-up
  • Describe alternative resin technologies used in the manufacturing process
  • Describe how composite panels contribute to LEED credits

Video course presentation: The Continuing Architect
Sponsored by: Roseburg
AIA CU information:

To inquire about or schedule a live Lunch & Learn session, contact Mark Nelson

 


The following linked CEU courses are not sponsored by Roseburg, however they provide useful information about wood product applications in construction projects. 

Subject: Suspended Wood Ceilings: Design to Delivery

After taking this course, you should be able to:

      • Identify key factors when specifying suspended wood ceilings
      • Discuss the benefits of suspended wood ceilings
      • Describe the materials used, including wood options (solid, veneers, reclaimed)
      • Understand the sustainability attributes
      • Discuss critical design and performance considerations

Video course presentation: The Continuing Architect
AIA CU information:


Subject: The 'Sensational' Role of Texture in Surface Design

After reading this article, you should be able to:

      • Discuss how the sense of touch is interpreted by the brain
      • Describe the origin of the science of haptics as it relates to interior design
      • Explain how texture is imparted to different laminate materials
      • Discuss how laminate textures have evolved since the first laminates were introduced

Publication: Interiors & Sources
Publication Date: June 2016
Posted: June 2016
IDCEC approved AIA CU information: View CEU  Download CEU


SUBJECT: WHERE DOES DESIGN COME FROM?

After reading this article, you should be able to:

      • Explain the sources of inspiration for new decorative surface designs
      • Describe the basic steps taken in a new design launch
      • Discuss the décor printing process
      • Explain why materials like TFL are better than carbon neutral

Publication: Interiors & Sources
Publication Date:  August 2015
Posted: August 2015
IDCEC approved AIA CU information:  View CEU  Download CEU


Subject: Composite Wood Panels: The Big Green Picture

After reading this article, you should be able to:

      • Discuss the environmental advantages of designing with composite panels
      • Describe the makeup of a decorative composite wood panel
      • Explain the concept of “better than climate neutral”
      • Discuss the changes in LEED v4 relative to composite wood panels

Publication: Interiors & Sources
Publication Date:  April 2015
Posted:  April 2015
IDCEC approved AIA CU information:  View CEU Download CEU


Subject: FSC® Chain of Custody Certification and LEED® Credit

After attending this webinar, you should be able to:

      • Basic technical requirements for FSC Chain of Custody certification.
      • Relationships between FSC certified products and relevant LEED credits.
      • What types of companies are required to be FSC certified in order to achieve certified wood credits under LEED.
      • The main differences between LEED 2009 and V4 with respect to certified wood credits.

Webinar presentation: Environmental Design & Construction and SCS Global Services
Webinar Date:  Oct. 30, 2014 at 11:00 AM PST
Register at: CEcampus
To see a replay of the webinar Click here.

Click on the link for a copy of the Webinar Presentation.


Subject: TFL Decorative Panels: Responsible Design Defined 

After reading this article, you should be able to:

      • Explain the origins and makeup of TFL decorative panels
      • Discuss the advantages of cross-material design matching programs
      • List the different properties that can be engineered into TFL decorative panels
      • Explain how composite panels are better than carbon neutral

Publication: Interiors & Sources
Publication Date:  June 2014
Posted:  June 2014
IDCEC approved AIA CU information:  View CEU Download CEU


Subject: Hardwood Plywood - The Role of Wood in a Harmonious World

After reading this article, you should be able to:

      • Discuss the benefits of specifying from vertically integrated wood products suppliers
      • Explain the different types of plywood cores and their characteristics
      • Understand how the different methods of slicing logs into veneer affects the character of the woodgrain
      • Identify the different styles of laid-up veneers

Publication: Interiors & Sources
Publication Date:  April 2014
Posted:  April 2014
IDCEC approved AIA CU information:  View CEU Download CEU


Subject: TFL Makes Environmentally Friendly Decorative Panels – Affordable, Attractive and Easy

Developer:  Composite Panel Association
Publication: Surface & Panel Magazine
Publication Date:  Spring 2013
Posted:  March 2013
IDCEC approved AIA CU information:  Download PDF


Subject: The Evolution of Sustainable, Cost-Effective Decorative Surface Materials 

Developer: Composite Panel Association & Decorative Surfaces Council
Publication: Surface & Panel Magazine
Publication Date: Summer 2010
Posted: 10.07.2010


Subject: Value Engineering Decorative Surfaces Without Compromise

Developer: Kenn Busch
Publication: Interior & Sources magazine.
Publication Date: May 2010
Posted: 9.8.2010

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