Need CEU credits? We're here to help. We have several opportunities for the architecture and design community and we're continuing to develop others.
TRI-KES is an approved Passport Provider of an AIA/CES program. Our one-hour program entitled, “Wallcovering – Then and Now”, explores the evolution of wallcovering over the past 30 years including how it is now engineered to address the durability and environmental needs of any commercial space.
Properly registered AIA members will receive 1.0 AIA Learning Unit for attending. In addition, this program qualifies for 1.0 Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) learning unit since it deals with issues such as VOC’s, Indoor Air Quality and third-party test comparisons between paint and wallcovering. Additionally, the program is also NCIDQ certified for .1 credit unit via self reporting. Documentation of attendance will be provided.
If you are interested, please email us so we can make arrangements with you. Though not mandatory, the preferred group size is a minimum of 12 people and can include architects, specifiers, interior designers and any other interested professionals.
Review a summary of Wallcovering - Then and Now.
The Wallcoverings Association recently created a new Wallcoverings 101 CEU intended for any professional connected to the field of interior design or architecture who is specifying and/or installing commercial wallcoverings. The course is accredited by the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC).
The course covers a number of key factors that should form the foundation of wallcoverings knowledge as related primarily to commercial specifications and installations. Among the items covered are the features and benefits of wallcoverings as well as the basic construction of various wallcoverings. The importance of project planning, installation and maintenance factors to ensure greater client satisfaction with the final product are also addressed. In addition to reviewing the answers to frequently asked questions, there are links to additional reference material and information which might be beneficial to have on hand in the future.
If you are interested, please visit the Wallcoverings Association website to download the presentation.
Review a summary of Wallcoverings 101.