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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The Unique benefits of uPVC windows in multifamily housing construction - AIA CES course REH0853H

Credit:

1 AIA HSW/LU CE 

This course will explore the use of uPVC windows and doors in multifamily housing and will discuss market forces driving demand as well as the environmental, economic, and functional impacts of integrating uPVC windows and doors. This learning unit will also provide guidelines for helping architects select uPVC window profiles that best meet a project’s performance, aesthetic, and budgetary criteria.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the market forces driving multifamily housing construction
  • Describe the evolution and implementation of uPVC in residential and light-commercial construction
  • Contrast the benefits of uPVC to aluminum windows and doors
  • Explain uPVC window and door selection criteria for multifamily residential projects

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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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