AEC Continuing Education

Free Continuing Education for AEC Professionals

Continuing Education for AEC professionals is an important part of ongoing professional development. This is particularly valuable for areas related to the building envelope where there can be a direct effect on the safety and welfare of a building’s inhabitants.

Registered CES Provider - AIA and IIBEC

Duradek is proud to show our leadership in PVC Sheet Waterproofing traffic membranes by offering 3 options for Free AIA CES registered education courses.

AEC professionals can take advantage of earning credits for AIA education requirements – along with other registered CES programs – and stay on top of some of the hottest residential design trends by learning about roof deck waterproofing with vinyl membranes.

Online Learning – AIA CES Courses

Online Course #1 – Walkable, Waterproof Roof Decks & Balconies with PVC Membranes – NEW!

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Successful completion of this FREE course will provide an American Institute of Architects (AIA) credit of 1.0 Learning Unit. This course qualifies for Health Safety Welfare (HSW) credit. See the full list of eligible credits by visiting the course page and clicking on Association Information.

About Walkable, Waterproof Roof Decks & Balconies with PVC Membranes

This AIA-CES course examines walkable roof deck membranes and roofing systems and includes discussions on system characteristics, design considerations, and how to properly specify roof deck membrane systems. This program will be beneficial to architects, specifiers, and contractors involved in single-family and multiple-family home construction as well as light commercial applications.

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Learning Objectives for Walkable, Waterproof Roof Decks & Balconies with PVC Membranes hosted on AEC Daily

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • define the characteristics, styles, advantages, and applications of walkable roof deck membranes
  • discuss the design considerations relating to walkable roof deck systems to ensure a long service life and a safe surface for foot traffic
  • explain the importance of water/moisture management and the appropriate deflection, drainage, and design measures that should be taken to ensure protection for the building envelope from rain, ice, and snow, and
  • recall key considerations that should be part of the specification of a walkable roof deck membrane system.

Online Course #2 – Walkable, Waterproof Roof Deck Membrane Systems Improve Outdoor Living and Mitigate Moisture Damage – NEW!

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Learners must complete the entire learning program to receive continuing education credit of 1.0 LU/HSW. AIA continuing education Learning Units earned upon completion of this course will be reported to AIA CES for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for both AIA members and non-AIA members are available upon request.

About Walkable, Waterproof Roof Deck Membrane Systems Improve Outdoor Living and Mitigate Moisture Damage

This course provides an overview of walkable roof deck membranes and roofing systems, including a discussion of the key principles of deck design, design considerations, and how to install and specify roof deck membrane systems. The course will focus on how walkable roof deck membrane systems support outdoor living trends and moisture mitigation in building assemblies.

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Learning Objectives for Walkable, Waterproof Roof Deck Membrane Systems Improve Outdoor Living and Mitigate Moisture Damage hosted on Hanley Wood University

At the end of this course, participants will have a better understanding of:

  • How current outdoor living trends boost wellness and how walkable roof deck membranes can improve outdoor living space
  • Specification considerations for walkable roof deck membranes, including performance attributes, design options, and applications
  • How moisture can be detrimental to occupant health as well as the durability and performance of building systems, and
  • Waterproofing options for walkable roof deck membranes and important design details used to mitigate moisture damage.

Face to Face Learning – AIA CES Course

Walkable Roof Deck Membranes 2020 – NEW!

Duradek’s network of waterproofing professionals are specialists in the field of roof deck membrane waterproofing. To have one of our qualified presenters visit your firm in person for a lunch & learn presentation, please inquire with one of our Sales Managers.

Registered CES Provider Learning Unit Credits for AIA and IIBEC

Successful completion of this FREE AIA-CES course will provide an American Institute of Architects (AIA) credit of 1.0 Learning Unit. This course qualifies for Health Safety Welfare (HSW) credit.

This course also qualifies for 1.0 IIBEC CEH with successful completion through the International Institute of Building Enclosure Consultants (IIBEC) registered education providers program.

Face-to-Face Learning | Lunch & Learns

Our face-to-face AIA Continuing Education program, Walkable Roof Deck Membranes 2020 provides an overview of walkable roof deck membranes and roofing systems, including a discussion of the key principles of deck design, design considerations, and how to install and specify roof deck membrane systems. This program will be extremely beneficial to architects, specifiers, and contractors involved in single and multiple family homes and light commercial applications.

Learning Objectives for Walkable Roof Deck Membranes 2020

At the end of this course, participants will have a better understanding of:

  • Walkable roof deck membranes and waterproofing options
  • Their characteristics, advantages, and applications
  • Important design concepts and considerations
  • Installation considerations and common details, and
  • Key specification issues for roof deck membranes

If you are interested in arranging a face-to-face lunch and learn presentation for your organization, please contact us to arrange for one of our presenters to visit your location.

Requirements for Continuing Education with AIA-CES Courses

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Licensed architects must earn continuing education credits each year to fulfill AIA membership requirements. You may also need to complete continuing education requirements to renew your state license(s).

For a reminder of what education requirements are in effect in your region, review the AIA and State Licensing Requirements.

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