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AIA Continuing Education

We offer a variety of live continuing education courses presented by our Architectural Project Managers when it best fits your schedule. Marvin is also a sponsor of on-demand educational opportunities.

Continuing Education Courses

Marvin understands the importance of continuing education and strives to bring you the courses that will help you stay up to date on trends, window and door innovations, historic rehabilitation, and more. Contact your local Marvin Architectural Representative to schedule an in-person or virtual presentation.

  • Biophilic Design with Windows and Doors 1 LU/HSW

     

    Windows and doors are the gateways to bring nature into the home with light, views, ventilation, access to nature and more. This session will demonstrate how applying the goals of biophilic design to windows and doors will help you cultivate well-being within the build environment for your residential clients and their families.
  • Windows with a View into the Historic Rehabilitation of the Cincinnati Music Hall 1 LU/HSW
    This course aims to demonstrate the initial planning, research, design, and execution that goes into a large window rehabilitation project through the lens of a key National Historic Landmark, the Cincinnati Music Hall, built in 1878.
  • Window Solutions for Historic Rehabilitation Projects 1 LU/HSW

     

    Complexities surround the rehabilitation of a historic building: tax credits, standards and guidelines, performance requirements, and the range of product solutions available based on the building’s condition and intended use. This course is designed to educate participants on the importance of fenestration in relation to the building’s exterior, provide best practices to be employed throughout the project and examine how Standards and Guidelines from the US Department of Interior are applied to window repair or window replacement.
  • Exterior Glass Doors: Improve Function, Performance and
    Well-Being in Residential Design 1 LU/HSW
    The use of exterior glass doors change the experience of the homeowner by contributing to healthier, more appealing spaces and strengthening the connection between indoors and out. This course looks at the variety of exterior glass doors available, their design characteristics, performance considerations, and how they can impact well-being for residential customers.
  • Windows and Historic Homes: Repair, Replace and New
    Additions 1 LU/HSW
    This course will explore residential window options for properties in and outside historic districts. The standards and guidelines from the Secretary of Interior will be introduced and reviewed for their influence on residential projects. A list of the various aspects of window replacement homeowners and architects need to balance will be considered and reviewed. Case studies will be shared to demonstrate how factors of rehabilitation and window replacement apply to residential historic projects.
  • Performance, Resiliency, and Sustainability: Pultruded Fiberglass Windows and Doors 1 LU/HSW
    Learn about pultruded fiberglass, a modern composite known for its resiliency and durability. This course will familiarize you with the basic aspects of fiberglass composites and how they impact the building design and energy efficiency.

On-demand training

Check out our Marvin sponsored on-demand courses where you can hone your skills and earn AIA CE credits when and where you want.


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