Woven Vinyl Flooring Uncovered – Presented by Bolon

Preview:   This course will examine the responsible production process of woven vinyl flooring, with a special focus on the product lifecycle approach to sustainability. By the end of this course, attendees will have a working knowledge of:

• The chemical composition and production process of sustainably produced high-quality woven vinyl flooring

• The impact of woven vinyl flooring on human and environmental health

• The benefits of woven vinyl flooring in commercial applications

• The product lifecycle of woven vinyl flooring, including end-of-life disposal and / or material reutilization

Designation: IDCEC/CEU Technical Knowledge

Subject Code : 20. Sustainable and/or Environmental Design

CEU-10838.

Light-Manipulating Materials:  Create Build, Inspire – Presented by Sensitile Systems

Preview:  Learn how to compare and contrast light-filtering, light-emitting, and interactive light-manipulating materials in terms of how they capture, bend, and redirect light from ambient sources with no power needed or with energy-efficient LED

  • explain how materials maximize light while reducing glare, extend light deeper into and distribute it within a space, provide privacy without seclusion, and operate as energy-efficient primary or accent lighting
  • discuss the performance attributes of resin, glass, and terrazzo substrates and their available
  • design options including sizes, surface finishes, lighting solutions, color, shapes, and graphics
  • describe application examples and mounting options for secure installation and integrate designer/architect feedback regarding how these materials enrich the experience of a space through various case studies.

Designation AIA /CES CEU.  CEU-AEC 1056

IDCEC APPROVED.

The Creation of Experiential Building Environments Using Light-Manipulating Materials – Presented by Sensitile Systems

Description

Individuals are deeply connected to their surroundings. When environments have the ability to inspire and encompass creativity, collaboration, and innovation, this connection can in turn foster health, well-being, and a sense of contentment. By utilizing light-manipulating materials in buildings, experiential spaces will not only promote occupant well-being but they will also help projects achieve LEED and WELL credits and environmental stewardship.

Learning Objectives

  1. Analyze the properties and role of light-manipulating materials in buildings, in terms of the human experience with light and its relationship to the built environment.
  2. Discuss how light-manipulating materials help architects create innovative, experiential environments.
  3. Examine how light-manipulating materials can help projects achieve LEED and WELL credits and promote occupant well-being and environmental stewardship.
  4. Describe best practices for selecting and installing light-manipulating materials for different applications.
  5. Explore case studies of how light-manipulating materials enrich the experience of a space.

.15 IDCEC CEU HSW, 1.5 Canada Potential Learning Credits, 1.5 AIA LU | HSW

WELL Minded – Presented by OFS

The Global Wellness Industry + The WELL Building Standard™

Course description: This CEU is designed to illustrate the importance of the global

wellness industry at large, identify the external factors driving wellness in design, and

highlight the importance of the WELL Building Standard™.

In this course, we will provide an overview of the wellness economy, review the

generational demand for wellness in the workplace, and explain what drives consumer

buying behaviors. We will then take a look at how the 2020 pandemic and demands for

social responsibility has catapulted the need for wellness in all aspects of our lives.

The WELL Building Standard™ v2 has been adapted from v1 to meet the needs of our

current times, and we will take a look at some of the major principles and concept

changes between v1 and v2. As a conclusion, we will highlight a few projects and show

how they have been positively impacted by WELL Certification.

IDCEC CEU-112948

CEU credits:

• 1 CEU-IDCEC credit

• 1 HSW credit

Working WELL – Presented by OFS

OFS and the WELL Building Standard

Third party certified through collaboration with Green Business Certification Inc.– the certification body for the LEED Green Building Rating System

Course description: The presentation outlines the criteria supporting WELL certification

in which over 100 performance metrics, design strategies, and policies work harmoniously

with LEED.

It is often a minor tweak, a slight adjustment, or just a more direct focus on a specific

concept of WELL that can make a tremendous difference to employee health and

wellbeing. Many of the recommended preventive strategies that respond to the WELL

Building Standard’s performance metrics are intuitive and offer significant health benefits.

Offering this deep dive reinforces the OFS commitment to sharing the most current and

relevant education with our partners. It supports our continued investment in not just

creating products that support more human-centered environments, but also educating on

the innovative trends that support that commitment.

All of our partners are looking for ways to add additional value to their clients or employees,

and for those that have not been exposed to how the preventive medical intentions within

the program support improved health and wellbeing within the built environment, the

presentation will be extremely insightful and further their ability to enhance their design

solutions while communicating more effective operational behaviors.

IDCEC CEU-106173-R1

CEU credits:

• 1 CEU-IDCEC credit

• 1 HSW credit