FREE designer and architect Continuing Education course
In this Continuing Education course, hosted on AEC Daily, you will find out how electric underfloor heating works, how it can be used as a primary or secondary heating source and guidances on how to select and design a system for residential and commercial projects. Geared towards architects, designers and specifying engineers.
Warmup Inc. releases a FREE designer and architect Continuing Education course
What is Continuing Education?
As Professional Builder magazine underlines, “Most certifications require continuing education in order to maintain certification. This helps keep you current and teaches new skills […], preventing you from becoming obsolete. […] Companies depend on their employees to retain a competitive advantage”, especially nowadays with the tougher competition. Continuing Education is a win-win for both the employee and the employer.
What is the FREE Designers Architects CEU course about?
The FREE continuing education course explains how electric underfloor heating works and offers guidance on how to select and design a system for residential and commercial projects. Geared towards architects, designers and specifying engineers, the course highlights how electric underfloor heating can be used as a primary heat source in a room, or in the entire dwelling. Warmup monitors 11 homes worldwide, entirely heated with radiant systems as part of its Post-Occupancy research project.
Who is AEC Daily?
With over 15 years of experience, AEC Daily is one of the largest sources of FREE continuing education courses for architects, engineers, contractors and other construction professionals. The Warmup Inc. continuing education course, Design Flexibility and Efficient Thermal Comfort with Electric Underfloor Heating, is now live on AEC Daily’s Online Learning Center (OLC). You may view the course here http://aecdai.ly/warmup-learn.
Why this interior design course?
“Education is essential for our category” says Regis Verliefde, Warmup Territory Director. “It is easy to convince consumers of the luxury of bathroom floor heat, but it is another matter to help the specifying community design an entire space with heated floors as a primary heat source. It is our specialty and we look forward to connect with architects and designers through AEC Daily.”
Warmup’s course provides CEU credits with the AIA, NKBA, NARI, NAHB and IDCEC. It also qualifies as a green course under the USGBC program.