AIA CES & GBCI Seminars

As a Registered Provider with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (AIA CES), REHAU provides AIA Learning Units (LU) and/or Health, Safety & Welfare (HSW) credits as required per professional membership and/or state to meet mandatory continuing education requirements.

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The  following seminars are registered with AIA CES for continuing professional education. To request a presentation, please


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In person seminar and / or live webinar

Compression-seal technology for windows and doors - AIA CES course REH0853G

Credit:

1 AIA HSW/LU CE 

This course explains the benefits of compression-seal technology for high-performance window and door systems, including definitions, how it works, and performance benefits.

Learning Objectives:

  • State the definition of compression-seal technology as applied to high-performance window and door systems
  • Explain how a compression seal works
  • List the product configurations using compression-seal technology
  • Explain the performance benefits of compression-seal technology for windows and doors
  • Recognize the best applications of compression-seal technology

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Achieving sound abatement through high-performance window and door solutions - AIA CES REH0853F 

Credit:

1 AIA HSW/LU CE

This course provides a fundamental understanding of acoustical performance of window and door solutions in residential and commercial construction, and how to achieve sound abatement through high-performance window and door solutions. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand and describe sound transmissions experienced in today’s living environment
  • Discuss regulatory requirements for noise and sound abatement
  • List relevant ASTM test standards, describe differences between Sound Transmission Class (STC) and Outdoor Indoor Transmission Class (OITC) and relate how to interpret test reports for windows and doors – a.k.a. Understanding Sound Abatement Testing
  • Explain how to determine a required sound abatement level for fenestration products
  • Match windows and doors with wall performance for effective sound abatement
  • Describe fenestration solutions for sound abatement
  • Experience different sound reduction measures in a room, when different sound sources are on the outside of the building

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On-demand seminars

Compression-seal Technology for Windows and Doors  

AIA REH08A

Credits:

1 AAA Structured Learning 

1 AIA HSW/LU CE 

1 AIBD CE 

1 OAA Structured Learning 

1 SAA Core Learning 

This e-learning course developed by REHAU is available on-demand at ronblank.com

Learning Objectives:

  • State the definition of compression-seal technology as applied to high-performance window and door systems
  • Describe how a compression seal works
  • Discuss the window and door configuration options using compression-seal technology
  • Explain the performance benefits when utilizing compression-seal technology for windows and doors
  • Recognize the best applications of compression-seal technology

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Achieving Sound Abatement Through High-Performance Window and Door Solutions  

AIA GREH08A  I  GBCI 0920024835

Credits:

1 AIA HSW CE 

1 GBCI CE General 

This e-learning course developed by REHAU is available on-demand at greence.com

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe sound transmissions experienced in today’s living environment
  • Discuss regulatory requirements for noise and sound abatement in regards to occupant comfort and sustainability
  • List relevant ASTM test standards, describe differences between Sound Transmission Class (STC) and Outdoor Indoor Transmission Class (OITC) and relate how to interpret test reports for windows and doors
  • Explain how to determine a required sound abatement level for fenestration products and match windows and doors with wall performance for effective sound abatement and occupant comfort
  • Describe fenestration solutions for sound abatement and experience different sound reduction measures in a room, when different sound sources are on the outside of the building

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