The Business of Architecture

This program encompasses course offerings that may benefit the professional in a variety of ways. Courses may involve the financial aspects of the practice, marketing, innovations, case studies and management issues. Additionally, courses will be included that inform the practitioner about tools available to make the learner a better architect, and organizations and standards that can provide similar professional growth. Users can search the catalog using CSI division numbers, keywords, manufacturer names, or product descriptions.

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

This course is part of our Business of Architecture Program

Your state may mandate sexual harassment training. This is the authorized sexual harassment prevention course, including case studies, required in NY State and NY City for licensed professionals. It may also meet professional requirements in your jurisdiction as there is some indication on the Internet that it is being accepted outside of New York. A quiz at the conclusion fulfills the requirements for an element of interactivity.

This course has also been registered by AIA and successful completion delivers 1 HSW credit.

A World of Plastics: Designing Practical Solutions

Program: The Business of Architecture

Discarded plastic is piling up around the world and pooling in the ocean drawing increased attention from global corporations, NGOs and consumers. From campaigns & commitments to use less plastic (especially single-use and hard-to-recycle plastic) to initiatives for Building Product manufacturers to make products differently and create better recycling streams, there are many efforts underway to find new solutions that improve the lives of people and our ecosystems. Academic and manufacturing / recycler points of view will showcase the life cycle of plastic building products and explore opportunities for organizations of all sizes to be part of the solution. Presenters will explore and discuss opportunities to develop new business models, innovations & multi-stakeholder approaches.

Can Your Spec Reverse Global Warming?

Program: Architecture, Design and Building Science

IDCEC Course No. CEU-109303 Your IDCEC member credits will be reported for you.

This course is a recording of a presentation from GreenBuild 2018. According to experts, carbon emissions from the built environment need to peak within the next 15 years for Earth to have a chance of staying below the global warming tipping point. Within that same time period, 900 billion square feet of new buildings/major renovations will be constructed globally. The building sector is the world’s single largest emitter of Green House Gases (GHGs), accounting for 30-40% of total global GHG emissions. Although operational emissions account for more of a building's carbon footprint over its entire life, between now and 2050, half of the carbon footprint of that 900 B ft2 will be embodied carbon. To address this, manufacturers must reduce the carbon footprint of building products. This session will equip manufacturers, architects, designers, and other building industry professionals with specific and practical strategies for selecting products and materials that reduce embodied carbon emissions and move the industry toward making carbon-storing products the rule, rather than the exception. This course presents experts in climate-friendly design, product manufacturing and specification writing who will empower students to ensure their daily work contributes to creating a climate fit for life.

CapacitaciĆ³n Para la PrevenciĆ³n de Acoso Sexual y Casos de Estudio

Este es el curso de prevención del acoso sexual autorizado, que incluye estudios de casos, requerido en el estado de Nueva York y la ciudad de Nueva York para profesionales con licencia. También puede cumplir con los requisitos profesionales de su jurisdicción. Un cuestionario al final cumple con los requisitos de un elemento de interactividad.

Cast-Iron Architecture: Its History and Future

Program: The Business of Architecture

Tracing the history of cast-iron as a building material, this CEU also showcases the rich history of CornellCookson as an American family business that played a significant role in developing the early New York skyline.

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