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ISA Webinar Series with Steve Culver

With changing times comes swift action.  With The ISA Webinar Series, we remain dedicated to offering our many AIA CEU presentations.

AIA CEU Courses

Rainscreen Systems and their Contribution to Sustainability

Rainscreen Systems and their Contribution to Sustainability

Rainscreen Systems and their Contribution to Sustainability

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  ISAarchitectural


This course will introduce the participant to The Rainscreen Principle.  After becoming acclimated  with this principle and its history, they will review how rainscreen systems contribute to the health, safety and welfare of the project participants and the eventual occupants. 

Architectural Metal Wall and Roof Systems

Rainscreen Systems and their Contribution to Sustainability

Rainscreen Systems and their Contribution to Sustainability

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  Morin® A Kingspan Group Company


This course outlines the advantages and design considerations of utilizing architectural single skin metal panels as part of all-inclusive building envelope assembly.  In addition to providing durability, single metal allows for greater design flexibility and unlimited design choices.

High-Density Fiber Cement in a Ventilated Rainscreen

Rainscreen Systems and their Contribution to Sustainability

Introduction to Structural Insulated Sheathing Materials

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  American Fiber Cement


This course discusses various topics pertaining to highdensity fiber cement and its use as a cladding material. This includes the manufacturing process, standard ventilated rainscreen system installation practices and benefits, design considerations, and various fiber cement panel applications. 

Introduction to Structural Insulated Sheathing Materials

Introduction to Structural Insulated Sheathing Materials

Introduction to Structural Insulated Sheathing Materials

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Credits:  1.0 HSW|SD LU

Sponsor:  Maxlife Industries


This course is designed to help the architect understand the new products being rapidly introduced into the market that assist in installation of multiple steps of a normal commercial exterior assembly of control layers, such as:  thermal, air, vapor, structure, and fire control into one or fewer steps that are traditionally used in many of today's building designs.

Phenolic Panels for Durable Wall Coverings and Cladding

Introduction to Structural Insulated Sheathing Materials

​Superior Cladding Finishes Using HD Printing Technology

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  Stonewood


Phenolic panels are a versatile building material for exterior cladding, and are ideal wherever both durability and aesthetics are important.  This course explains how the manufacturing process imparts a wide range of performance attributes to phenolic panels, and discusses sustainability and application diversity. 

​Superior Cladding Finishes Using HD Printing Technology

Introduction to Structural Insulated Sheathing Materials

​Superior Cladding Finishes Using HD Printing Technology

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  Dizal


This course will introduce the learner to digital printing’s impact on the cladding industry, and will review various methods of producing unique finishes on traditional, recyclable materials.  Finally, we will review how using these types of material can contribute to the overall sustainability of your projects. 

Suspended Wood Ceilings: Design to Delivery

Designing with Sustainable Architectural Metals

Suspended Wood Ceilings: Design to Delivery

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  9Wood


This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the key factors that inform and influence the specification of a suspended wood ceiling.  It offers the benefits of suspended wood ceilings; materials including veneers and solid wood; sustainability attributes; and performance characteristics.

Vertical Surfaces & The Built Environment

Designing with Sustainable Architectural Metals

Suspended Wood Ceilings: Design to Delivery

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  Gordon Incorporated


When specifying materials for a vertical surface, selecting a product that includes durable, functional and aesthetically pleasing qualities is a top challenge.  This course teaches how to evaluate materials, explains best practices for choosing a surface with accompanying hardware, and reviews various applications.

Designing with Sustainable Architectural Metals

Designing with Sustainable Architectural Metals

Designing with Sustainable Architectural Metals

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Credits:  1.0 HSW|SD LU

Sponsor:  Gordon Incorporated


When commercial environments are designed, metal is included as a part of the construction for its durability, low maintenance and beauty.  This course will teach the participant how to accurately specify metals and their finishes in a manner to provide durable, beautiful and value added systems.

Patient Privacy & Tranquility: Creating Optimal Healing Environments in Healthcare

​​Educational Safety: Using Integrated Louvers in Doors & Windows for School Security​

Patient Privacy & Tranquility: Creating Optimal Healing Environments in Healthcare

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  Unicel Architectural


This course will review options for privacy, lighting and sound control, and will further detail recent case studies from several leading healthcare facilities. It will also illustrate how good design can dampen noise and create a healing environment that is less stressful and more restful for patients. 

 

Daylight and Energy: Designing with (IGU's) with Integrated Cord-Free Louvers

​​Educational Safety: Using Integrated Louvers in Doors & Windows for School Security​

Patient Privacy & Tranquility: Creating Optimal Healing Environments in Healthcare

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW ​

Sponsor:  Unicel Architectural


This course will explain the benefits of designing with (IGU's) with integrated cord-free louvers including controlling heat gain and optimizing occupant health.  The designer will have a better understanding of daylight design and designing for improved daylight and energy efficiency.

​​Educational Safety: Using Integrated Louvers in Doors & Windows for School Security​

​​Educational Safety: Using Integrated Louvers in Doors & Windows for School Security​

​​Educational Safety: Using Integrated Louvers in Doors & Windows for School Security​

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW 

Sponsor:  Unicel Architectural


This course will examine common vulnerabilities in school design and how IGUs with integrated cord-free louvers can address these to help improve the physical security in schools by focusing on protective measures that reduce risk, reinforcing doors and windows, creating safer lockdown spaces, ensuring adjustable surveillance, and ensuring sound control.

Architectural Acoustics and Noise Control

Benefits & Applications of Photocatalytic Ceramic Tiles

​​Educational Safety: Using Integrated Louvers in Doors & Windows for School Security​

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Credits:  1.5 HSW|SD LU

Sponsor:  Pyrok


This course will explain the principles of sound and frequency.  The designer will gain an understanding of NRC and STC as they relate to common architectural design goals for noise control and room acoustics.  They will also learn the key elements of ANSI S12.60-2002, the standard for classroom acoustics.  Lastly, they will look at the application of materials to control acoustics within a room and for controlling the transmission of noise between rooms.

Benefits & Applications of Photocatalytic Ceramic Tiles

Benefits & Applications of Photocatalytic Ceramic Tiles

Benefits & Applications of Photocatalytic Ceramic Tiles

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Credits:  1.0 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  DSA


This course provides an overview of the properties of photocatalytic ceramic tiles, including the science, health benefits, and applications.

Metal Fabrics in Architecture: Form and Function

Benefits & Applications of Photocatalytic Ceramic Tiles

Benefits & Applications of Photocatalytic Ceramic Tiles

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Credits:  1 LU

Sponsor:  GKD-USA Metalfabrics


This program will introduce you to different materials and attachments used for specific design solutions. It will look at characteristics and performance features of metal fabrics and highlight their proper architectural applications. It will also address sustainable and environmental benefit of metal fabrics. 

Composite Sub Framing and its Contribution to Sustainability

Continuous Exterior Insulation: High Performance Building - Part 2

Exterior Air Barrier Systems: High Performance Building - Part 1

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Credits:  1 LU/HSW

Sponsor:  SMARTci™/GreenGirt™


This course will introduce the learner to latest methods of continuous insulation (CI) through the use of composite sub framing systems.  The learner will review how composite sub framing is contributing to the health, safety and welfare of the project participants and the eventual occupants.

Exterior Air Barrier Systems: High Performance Building - Part 1

Continuous Exterior Insulation: High Performance Building - Part 2

Exterior Air Barrier Systems: High Performance Building - Part 1

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Credits:  1.0 LU

Sponsor:  Dorken DELTA


 This presentation will help you understand changing codes and standards, why air tightness is important, and how to detail exterior air barrier systems.  You will also learn the performance characteristics of the various membrane types and will come away with a stronger understanding of how these systems work.

Continuous Exterior Insulation: High Performance Building - Part 2

Continuous Exterior Insulation: High Performance Building - Part 2

Continuous Exterior Insulation: High Performance Building - Part 2

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Credits:  1.0 LU

Sponsor:  Dorken DELTA


 This presentation will help you understand thermal control fundamentals, changing codes and standards, and how to detail enclosures with continuous insulation. You will come away with solutions to  thermal bridges and an understanding of how higher levels of thermal control affect enclosure design.


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