Certified Education Features and Presentations for Designers and Architects
- 30,600 qualified designers will learn more about value engineering with your products
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In 2010, designer readers of Interiors & Sources saw special feature stories focused on the use of decorative surfaces - panels, overlays and value-added components, certified as Continuing Education Unit exercises.
Designers must complete a certain number CEU hours each year to maintain their professional accreditation with the IIDA, AIA, ASID, IDC, and the design assocations. With an in-print CEU like this designers can conveniently get credit while learning more about how to use your materials in their projects.
The first feature, "The Evolution of the Wood Panel," (download the PDF; see it online) approved by the IIDA and AIA, ran in the May 2009 (NeoCon) issue of Interiors & Sources. In 2010, we placed "Value Engineering Decorative Surfaces without Compromise" (see it online), also approved for credit by the IIDA and AIA.
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CEU presentations to designers and architects
Material Intelligence is also developing in-person CEUs on decorative surfacing materials. Become a sponsor and help get the word out on your materials at design exhibitions and conferences.