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Course Title Format Level Hours
The Impact of LEED Design on Wireless Communications Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Energy and atmosphere

This one-hour course explains the how LEED building design and construction materials impact inbuilding wireless coverage. The course examines the impact of green building materials - low e glass, new cement mixtures, etc - can result in decreased wireless coverage. The course recommends alternatives - including the use of distributed antenna systems (DAS) - to ensure ubiquitous wireless coverage for LEED building tenants. The course also uses a case study of a successful LEED/inbuilding implementation to illustrate the topic.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The Impact of LEED Design on Wireless Communications Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Energy and atmosphere

This one-hour course explains the how LEED building design and construction materials impact inbuilding wireless coverage. The course examines the impact of green building materials - low e glass, new cement mixtures, etc - can result in decreased wireless coverage. The course recommends alternatives - including the use of distributed antenna systems (DAS) - to ensure ubiquitous wireless coverage for LEED building tenants. The course also uses a case study of a successful LEED/inbuilding implementation to illustrate the topic.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The Power, Pitfalls, and Possibilities of Integrated Design – Recorded Webinar Online on-demand 200 1.5

Offered by:

Category:Other

All people with the power to operate, own, design, or build buildings can benefit from understanding the true implications of inte

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 1.5

The role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Innovation in design and operations

This course examines the unique role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a modern, state of the art and world class facility. The course examines the various aspects of executive management approval, intelligent building requirements and systems. As well as application of multi-system plans and vision of a completely high scale LEED project. The course reviews how the LEED "Integrated Design Process" facilitated the entire development of this process and project.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Innovation in design and operations

This course examines the unique role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a modern, state of the art and world class facility. The course examines the various aspects of executive management approval, intelligent building requirements and systems. As well as application of multi-system plans and vision of a completely high scale LEED project. The course reviews how the LEED "Integrated Design Process" facilitated the entire development of this process and project.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Innovation in design and operations

This course examines the unique role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a modern, state of the art and world class facility. The course examines the various aspects of executive management approval, intelligent building requirements and systems. As well as application of multi-system plans and vision of a completely high scale LEED project. The course reviews how the LEED "Integrated Design Process" facilitated the entire development of this process and project.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Innovation in design and operations

This course examines the unique role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a modern, state of the art and world class facility. The course examines the various aspects of executive management approval, intelligent building requirements and systems. As well as application of multi-system plans and vision of a completely high scale LEED project. The course reviews how the LEED "Integrated Design Process" facilitated the entire development of this process and project.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Innovation in design and operations

This course examines the unique role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a modern, state of the art and world class facility. The course examines the various aspects of executive management approval, intelligent building requirements and systems. As well as application of multi-system plans and vision of a completely high scale LEED project. The course reviews how the LEED "Integrated Design Process" facilitated the entire development of this process and project.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Innovation in design and operations

This course examines the unique role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a modern, state of the art and world class facility. The course examines the various aspects of executive management approval, intelligent building requirements and systems. As well as application of multi-system plans and vision of a completely high scale LEED project. The course reviews how the LEED "Integrated Design Process" facilitated the entire development of this process and project.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Innovation in design and operations

This course examines the unique role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a modern, state of the art and world class facility. The course examines the various aspects of executive management approval, intelligent building requirements and systems. As well as application of multi-system plans and vision of a completely high scale LEED project. The course reviews how the LEED "Integrated Design Process" facilitated the entire development of this process and project.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Innovation in design and operations

This course examines the unique role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a modern, state of the art and world class facility. The course examines the various aspects of executive management approval, intelligent building requirements and systems. As well as application of multi-system plans and vision of a completely high scale LEED project. The course reviews how the LEED "Integrated Design Process" facilitated the entire development of this process and project.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a LEED Gold Project Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:Accu-Tech Corporation

Category:Innovation in design and operations

This course examines the unique role of a Unified Physical Infrastructure in a modern, state of the art and world class facility. The course examines the various aspects of executive management approval, intelligent building requirements and systems. As well as application of multi-system plans and vision of a completely high scale LEED project. The course reviews how the LEED "Integrated Design Process" facilitated the entire development of this process and project.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

The Role of Doors and Hardware in Energy Efficient Buildings Instructor-led 100 1

Offered by:ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions

Category:Energy and atmosphere

For an audience of any size of architects, specifiers, owners, and other design professionals, the CES facilitator utilizes a PowerP oint presentation to introduce the audience to the importance of doors and hardware in energy efficient buildings. An overview of t he importance, measurement, and choices available to improve energy efficiency in door openings with emphasis on how to impr ove the energy efficiency of door openings through specifications. This program meets every experience level with time designed i

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GBCI CE Hours 1

IDCEC (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

CSI (CEU) 1

The Tipping Point 201 – Recorded Webinar Online on-demand 200 1.5

Offered by:

Category:Other

To achieve buildings with net zero energy use, Coloradoans should first focus on reduced energy consumption and designing with energ y performance in mind. The next step is to examine renewable energy sources to offset energy consumption. Reaching this tipp ing p oint requires strategies beyond the typical design approach. This webinar will explore the Tipping Point, providing examp les and ideas to achieve net zero energy use cost-effectively. Prerequisite knowledge includes general understanding of design an d construction with broad comprehension of basic principles of energy efficient building design. Optional introductory material:

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

Thermal Energy Storage Online on-demand 300 1

Offered by:Energy University by Schneider Electric

Category:Energy and atmosphere

Storing thermal energy can save money in a number of different ways. High-cost peak-time power usage is avoided. Also, with stored cooling capacity, the cooling system doesn't have to cope with the hottest part of the day in real-time. It may be possible to i ns tall a smaller compressor, pumps and pipes. This may help reduce the initial purchase cost and operating and maintenance costs. Some very broad conditions favor thermal energy storage, but it's not advisable without competent staff to oversee operation. This course offers a description of the various forms thermal energy storage, describes strategies, provides advantages and drawb acks and provides realistic examples and calculations in US Customary and Metric units.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

Thermal Performance: Energy Efficiency Through Insulation Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:AEC Daily Corporation

Category:Energy and atmosphere

This course provides an overview of the importance of thermal performance for the building envelope.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

CSI (CEU) 0.1

Trane ENL-ASHRAE Standard 62.1-VOD Online on-demand 300

Offered by:Trane a business of Ingersoll Rand

Category:Indoor environmental quality

ASHRAE Standard 62.1, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality, is the basis for the International Mechanical Code (IMC), and a prerequisite for the LEED Green Building Rating System. This ENL will provide an overview the 2010 version of the standard, and then focus on the calculations of zone and system ventilation airflows according to the Ventilation Rate Procedure prescribed in the standard.

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LEED-Specific 1

LEED Green Associate 1

LEED AP BD+C 2

LEED AP ID+C 2

AIA/CES (LU) 2

Transparency: The Role of Environmental Product Declarations Instructor-led 200 1

Offered by:UL Environment Inc

Category:Materials and resources

Building product transparency has started to gain traction in North America; changes in consumer expectations, building certification systems, and international laws and standards have finally begun to converge in standardized corporate reporting about any numberof environmental, social, and health impacts. Many in the design community as well as the manufacturing community are developing ways to easily communicate some of this information through what it often called a nutrition label for building products. International tools have been developed to easily communicate some of this information through what is known as an environmental product declaration. This course will explore the creation, use and resources involved in the Environmental Product Declaration process.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

True Green Cleaning: Systematically Healthy Cleaning Instructor-led 200 1

Offered by:UL Environment Inc

Category:Indoor environmental quality

This intermediate level educational program is an overview of successful implementation of green cleaning programs in non-residential spaces. Participants will explore both the standard and green common practices of maintenance in buildings, methods of implementation, and the extent that #green# cleaning has addressed issues of indoor air quality and building health. Ultimately, the presentation has been developed to reach out not only to facility maintenance professionals, but design and construction professionals as well. In the end, green cleaning is not simply a switch to greener products, but a change in design, construction, and maintenance cultures.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

Twenty Reasons Your Green Building May Not Have Green Indoor Air Instructor-led 200 1.5

Offered by:

Category:Indoor environmental quality

The topic of this course is indoor air quality (IAQ) and how many (twenty described) commonly implemented design and constructionas pects can negatively impact IAQ. The goal of the course is to inform attendees of these issues so that they may be avoided in futur e building designs and construction, especially in the green building industry. The ideal audience would include architects , engine ers, contractors, subcontractors (especially mechanical), owners, facilities managers, and maintenance personnel. This m

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

Two Cutting-edge Approaches to BuildingLifecycle Assessment and Ongoing Optimize Online on-demand 200 1

Offered by:Environmental Design & Construction

Category:Energy and atmosphere

In this presentation we will review two methods for capturing, measuring, and utilizing the vast amounts of data that come from buildings. Even in the most well-designed and technically-advanced buildings, a significant amount of data is not being effectively captured. The target audience of this presentation is anyone who has an interest in learning more about the types of data that can be captured from a building, how that process works, what can be done to utilize the data most effectively, and what the benefits are ofengaging in this process. Participants will be well-equipped to become change-makers in their respective organizations by being ableto bring this innovative new approach to the attention of key decision makers.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

Understanding Adaptable WorkspaceSolutions Online on-demand 200 1

Offered by:Haworth Inc.

Category:Indoor environmental quality

This course, consisting of a three-part video, explores the design and business benefits of modular interior construction and adaptable workspaces. It demonstrates how remanufactured and pre-engineered architectural, technological, and products made with mass customization, can create a unique corporate environment that is a performing business asset. It is an excellent option for design teams looking to emphasize the value of good design equaling good business for clients. Participants will be able to identify key factors that impact a typical project's timeline and apply methods of using adaptable workspace interiors to create an aesthetic that continually adapts to a client's needs. This holistic methodology eliminates waste and helps organize work environments effic iently and inexpensively once they are in a space.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

IDCEC (CEU) 0.1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

Upgrading Existing Chilled-Water Systems-On Demand Online on-demand 300 1.5

Offered by:Trane a business of Ingersoll Rand

Category:Energy and atmosphere

Existing chilled water systems provide the capability to cool buildings efficiently. Yet there are often ways that these existing systems can be upgraded and improved to increase efficiency and better serve building occupants. In this presentation we will discusschiller retrofits and replacement, explore different design parameters (flow rates and temperatures) and the opportunities they offer existing systems, examine use of variable flow in existing systems, and consider controls to optimize and reduce system energy use.

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 1.5

Ventilated Rainscreens for Improved Moisture Management Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:AEC Daily Corporation

Category:Materials and resources

Provides an overview of ventilated rainscreens with a focus on how to effectively manage moisture for drainage and drying in exterior wall assemblies.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

VSDs and Their Effect on System Components Online on-demand 300 1.5

Offered by:Trane a business of Ingersoll Rand

Category:Energy and atmosphere

Variable-speed drives (VSDs) can save energy, but the savings may not equal the cube of the speed in every case. This ENL looksat how VSDs affect the performance of pumps, cooling-tower fans, air-handler fans, and chillers, and discusses the differences in VSD control in each of these applications

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 1.5

Waste Heat Recovery Online on-demand 300 1

Offered by:Energy University by Schneider Electric

Category:Energy and atmosphere

Waste heat is present in almost all industries and processes. Opportunities exist to put this waste heat to use economically in orde r to reduce the energy consumption in the plant. The purpose of this course is to identify opportunities to recover waste heat, and the equipment used to recover waste heat. The process for calculating waste heat recovery will also be addressed, along with the fac tors that influence the feasibility of waste heat recovery.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

Water Delivery Solutions For Green Building Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:AEC Daily Corporation

Category:Water efficiency

Provides an overview of the benefits of green building with a focus on the need for water efficiency and includes discussions on LEE Dr certification, specifically relating to green products for the kitchen and bath.No prerequisite knowledge is required.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

Water Efficient Strategies for Commercial Plumbing Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:Hanley Wood, LLC

Category:Water efficiency

The Federal government uses an estimated 244-256 billion gallons of water annually. This program will help guide you through commerc ial plumbing technologies and practices that can reduce operating costs and water consumption in your projects. The program wil l dis cuss industry initiatives such as ANSI Standards, WaterSense, MaP Testing, as well as federal and some local legislation to reduce w ater consumption. The course will describe how LEEDr seeks to reduce water consumption and how it may affect ROI. Several strategies for water conservation will be discussed, and product types that may help realize these strategies will be discussed. Architects, s pecifiers, contractors and facility managers will find this information beneficial. This on-demand, online course is self-paced and features a pre-recorded narrative that serves as the instructor. This allows learners to read along with th e na rrator and listen to the information; similar to typical live instruction. After completing the course a 10-question quiz must b e completed. At least 8 of 10 questions must be answered correctly to earn credit for the learning unit. Start-to-finish this cours e should take approximately 50 - 55 minutes to complete. Learners may wish to spend additional time to review concepts prior to c ompl eting the quiz. A certificate of completion can be printed for self-reporting and record-keeping needs.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

Water Heaters: Retrofitting from Standard Electric to Gas Tankless Online on-demand 200 1

Offered by:Propane Education & Research Council

Category:Water efficiency

The Department of Energy estimates that water heaters are the second largest energy users in the home - approximately 20 percent of a home's energy costs are spent heating water. There are not more energy efficient options than electricity for water heating. P r opane water heaters are a smart energy decision, delivering superior hot water output while saving energy, money and the environ ment . Architects and other construction professionals can help consumers save and enhance the value of their homes by working w ith them to understand why propane is the right energy choice for water heaters. The course will describe guidelines for retrofitt in g from standard electric to gas tankless water heaters, how to assess a homeowner's budget for tankless installations, and exam ine j obsite challenges including how piping and venting will run throughout the home. This on-demand, online course is self-pace

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

WBDG 14: Building Commissioning Principles and Strategies Online on-demand 100 1.5

Offered by:National Institute of Building Sciences

Category:Energy and atmosphere

Building Commissioning is a rapidly growing A-E-C Project Management practice that is being embraced by public and private organizat ions because of its benefits in improved project delivery results. An overview of commissioning information, guidance, and reso urces is presented under three broad principles, including Determine Project Performance Requirements, Plan the Commissioning Pro cess, an d Document Compliance and Acceptance. All three principles are applied over the life-span of a capital design and constru

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 1.5

WBDG 17: Achieving Sustainable Site Design Through Low Impact Development Practi Articles 100 1.5

Offered by:National Institute of Building Sciences

Category:Sustainable sites

Low Impact Development (LID) is a sustainable storm water management strategy that is gaining rapid acceptance in the United Statesto meet regulatory compliance and resource protection goals and is practiced extensively in Europe. The increased use of LID is in r esponse to burgeoning infrastructural costs of new development and redevelopment projects, more rigorous environmental regula tions,c oncerns about the urban heat island effect, and the impacts of natural resources due to growth and development. The freque ncy of dro ughts and concern about water quality issues have also prompted interest in the treatment and the reuse of storm water as a viable r esource and has resulted in a shift in the way planners, developers, architects, engineers, and the public approach

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 1.5

WBDG05 Daylighting Principles andStrategies for Sustainable Design Online on-demand 100 1.5

Offered by:National Institute of Building Sciences

Category:Indoor environmental quality

Daylighting is the controlled admission of natural light into a space through windows to reduce or eliminate electric lighting.By providing a direct link to the dynamic and perpetually evolving patterns of outdoor illumination, daylighting helps create a vi sually stimulating and productive environment for building occupants, while reducing as much as one-third of total building energy costs. This course will provide you with an overview of the principles of daylighting and other topics that support effective day

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 2

WBDG06 Sustainable Roofing DesignConsiderations and Applications Online on-demand 100 1.5

Offered by:National Institute of Building Sciences

Category:Materials and resources

During the last two decades of the 20th century, a variety of roof systems began to compete with traditional built-up roofs (BUR).These newer systems included modified bitumens, single-plies, sprayed polyurethane foam, and metal panels. Green and cool roofs a nd building-integrated photovoltaics have also improved and expanded the choices for roofing. This abundance of materials from whi ch to choose has greatly complicated roof system design. But it has also expanded the options for integrating roofing elements int o the building to support sustainable design, aesthetics, and other project goals. To select, detail and specify the most appropri ate roof system for a project, a general understanding of the available material options and how to consider the roofing choice in the context of all other design objectives is essential.

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 2

WBDG07 Defining, Evaluating, andSelecting Green Products Online on-demand 100 1.5

Offered by:National Institute of Building Sciences

Category:Materials and resources

Environmentally-preferable products (EPPs), as defined by the federal government in Executive Order 13101, are those that have alesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared to competing products that serve the same purpose. The growing popularity of green buildings and green building programs (particularly the U.S. Green Building Council's LEEDr rating sy stem) is expanding both the demand for, and availability of, green products. For designers and spe cifiers, these changes are prov iding greater opportunities to improve the environmental performance of many building products. At the same time, assessing the he alth and environmental impacts of materials is a complex process, which can be further confused by varying (and sometimes contrad

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 2

WBDG09 High-Performance EIFS forSustainable Construction Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:National Institute of Building Sciences

Category:Energy and atmosphere

This 1-hour interactive online course begins with a discussion regarding ways that sustainability concerns are changing the lowestinitial-cost design philosophy that has been prevalent in the American construction industry. It outlines key architectural deci sions related to EIFS, and illustrates how architects can incorporate EIFS into building designs that maximize aesthetic value, bu ilding longevity, sustainability, LEED ratings and cost-effectiveness.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

WBDG12 Window and Glazing DesignStrategies for Sustainable Design Online on-demand 100 1.5

Offered by:National Institute of Building Sciences

Category:Materials and resources

In recent years, windows have undergone a technological revolution. High-performance, energy-efficient window and glazing systemsare now available that can dramatically cut energy consumption and pollution sources: they have lower heat loss, less air leakage, and warmer window surfaces that improve comfort and minimize condensation. These high-performance windows feature double or tripl e glazing, specialized transparent coatings, insulating gas sandwiched between panes, and improved frames. All of these features r educe heat transfer, thereby cutting the energy lost through windows. For the design, construction and operation of a facility,

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 2

WBDG13 Strategies for SustainableHistoric Preservation Online on-demand 100 1.5

Offered by:National Institute of Building Sciences

Category:Innovation in design and operations

Preserving historic buildings is essential to understanding our nation's heritage. In addition, it is an environmentally responsible practice. By reusing existing buildings historic preservation is essentially a recycling program of 'historic' proportions. Ex isting buildings can often be energy efficient through their use of good ventilation, durable materials, and spatial relationships . An immediate advantage of older buildings is that they already exist; therefore energy is not necessary to create new building m aterials and the infrastructure is already in place. Minor modifications can be made to adapt existing buildings to compatible new

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 2

What Makes a Thermoplastic Roof Sustainable? Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:AEC Daily Corporation

Category:Materials and resources

Provides an overview of the features, benefits, and life cycle impacts of thermoplastic PVC roofing membranes that makes it a sustainable product.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

What Makes a Thermoplastic Roof Sustainable? Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:Hanley Wood, LLC

Category:Energy and atmosphere

This on-demand, online course is self-paced and features a pre-recorded narrative. The narration serves as the instructor. With this feature learners can read along with the narrator and view the screen at the same time; similar to typical live instruction. Aftercompleting the course, a 10-question quiz must be completed; at least 8 of 10 questions must be answered correctly to earn credit for the learning unit. Start-to-finish this course takes approximately 50 minutes to complete. Learners may spend additional time to review concepts prior to completing the quiz, if they choose. A certificate of completion can be printed for self-reporting and record-keeping needs.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

Window Energy Performance Ratings and Technologies Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:Hanley Wood, LLC

Category:Indoor environmental quality

This on-demand, online course is self-paced and features a pre-recorded narrative. The narration serves as the instructor. With this feature learners can read along with the narrator and view the screen at the same time; similar to typical live instruction. Aftercompleting the course, a 10-question quiz must be completed; at least 8 of 10 questions must be answered correctly to earn credit for the learning unit. Start-to-finish this course takes approximately 50 minutes to complete. Learners may spend additional time to review concepts prior to completing the quiz, if they choose. A certificate of completion can be printed for self-reporting and record-keeping needs.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

Window Films Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:The Continuing Architect

Category:Indoor environmental quality

This is a one-hour course that introduces you to the use of window films as part of a daylighting strategy for architectural applica tions. This course will also examine 3 types of window films and appropriate applications for their use. These 3 film types are : Sun Control, Safety & Security and Decorative & Privacy.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

Window Performance and Materials: Certification and Specification for SD Online on-demand 100 1

Offered by:AEC Daily Corporation

Category:Materials and resources

Provides an overview of LEEDr NC categories where windows can make a significant contribution, LEED NC requirements for LEED credits and certification and specification language for key product characteristics.No prerequisite knowledge required.

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GBCI CE Hours 1

BOMI (CPD) (CEU) 1

AIA/CES (LU) 1

CSI (CEU) 0.1

Windows of Opportunity: Using New Technologies in Large-Scale Projects Online on-demand 200 1.5

Offered by:Restore Media LLC

Category:Materials and resources

Over the last two decades, windows have evolved more quickly than perhaps any other building material, partly in response to demands for greater energy efficiency. With an emphasis on large commercial and residential projects, learn how new technologies in the design and manufacture of windows, including new framing materials, coatings, and glazings are aiding the upgrade of both historic buildings and construction of new buildings.

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GBCI CE Hours 1.5

AIA/CES (LU) 1

Your Role in the Green Environment Online on-demand 200 15

Offered by:NCCER

Category:Other

Your Role in the Green Environment combines the expertise of industry and higher education to address the relevant topic of green building. Geared to entry-level craft workers, it provides pertinent information concerning the green environment, construction practices, and building rating systems.

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GBCI CE Hours 15

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