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Educational Courses (CEUs)
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|Environmental Wood Doors and LEED||AIA: 1 LU/HSW credit DHI: 2.0 DHI CEP's USGBC: 1 CE||This course is designed to give the participant an overview of the LEED Rating System, and how wood doors contribute towards the various credits. The participant will also have an understanding of how project specifications can impact the contributions towards these credits, with insight into potential areas of concern.|
|MDF Doors and Their Contribution to LEED Credits||AIA: 1 LU/HSW credit DHI: 2.0 DHI CEP's||This course is designed to give the participants the advantages and disadvantages of Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) door production methods, and understand MDF door design possibilities, MDF door applications, and MDF door contribution to LEED compliance.|
|Positive Pressure Requirements for Wood Doors||AIA: 1 LU credit DHI: 2.0 DHI CEP's||This course is designed enhance the attendee's knowledge of the differences in Neutral Pressure and Positive Pressure fire tests as it relates to wood doors.|
|Understanding Wood Door Construction Standards||AIA: 1 LU credit DHI: 2.0 DHI CEP's AEC Daily: 1.00 LU/HSW hour||This course will provide the participant an understanding of the various wood door construction standards, with additional insight into the differences between a performance based standard and a prescriptive driven standard. General door construction including various door components will also be covered.|
|Veneer Specifics for Wood Doors||AIA: 1 LU credit DHI: 2.00 DHI CEP's AEC Daily: 1.00 LU/HSW hour||This course provides an in-depth look into wood veneer cutting methods, the various face lay-up options, and species selection as it pertains to wood doors.|
|Exploring Architectural Interior Door Solutions for Health Care Market||AIA: 1 LU credit||This course provides an understanding of the role interior wood doors contribute to health care buildings to include: life safety, acoustics, aesthetics, performance demands, environmental requirements, evidence-based design, life cycle cost and patient satisfaction.|