Educational Training Resources

Roseburg Sponsored
Continuing Education Units

Learn more about the benefits of using wood products in your building project while achieve continuing education units.

SPONSORED BY ROSEBURG

Composite Panel Products - Division 6 Materials & LEED® Credits

After watching this video course presentation, you should be able to:

  • 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
AIA CU information:

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


SPONSORED BY ROSEBURG

Engineered Wood Products (EWP) Basics: Strong, Safe and Green

After taking this couse you will be able to:

  • Describe Engineered Wood Products (EWP) and their primary uses
  • Discuss the environmental advantages which come from using EWP
  • Leverage these benefits to make your project more environmentally sound
  • Identify and utilize the economies inherent in EWP
  • Describe the environmental, health and safety issues that can be associated with other framing products and how those can be reduced by using EWP
  • Identify what tools are available from EWP producers and associations to increase your project’s efficiency and profits

View the CEU here

Additional
Continuing Education Units

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

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


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 CEUDownload CEU


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 CEUDownload CEU


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


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 CEUDownload CEU


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: Download CEU


Value Engineering Decorative Surfaces Without Compromise

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

View CEU

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