Date(s) - 03/25/2020
5:00 pm - 8:15 pm
The show must go on!!! Please still join us Wednesday March 25th for an evening of learning and get those credit hours taken care of in one fell swoop! We will be offering the event as an online seminar you can login and watch from the comfort of your home computer. We will email a link out to anyone registered and you can then login to join us virtually and still get your credits!
MDCID invites you to join us for a CEU speed-dating session. In this special CEU session, 3 CEU’s will be presented. You may attend one or all CEU sessions. The evening’s seminars will be worth 1 hour/1 CEU credit each and are approved by IDCEC and/or AIA HSW
Schedule of Events:
- 4:00 -Link will be emailed to login at 5:00PM
- 5:00-5:15 – Login and get ready
- 5:15-5:30– MDCID announcements and event info rundown/questions
- 5:30-6:15 – Session 1: USES AND BENEFITS OF ENGINEERED HARDWOOD FLOORS
- 6:30-7:15 – Session 2: SCIENCE BY DESIGN; THE SCIENCE BEHIND PERFORMANCE TEXTILES
- 7:30-8:15 – Session 3: LIGHTING WELL, LIGHTING AND THE WELL BUILDING STANDARD
***We’re changing our format! Each CEU will only be presented once during its allotted time.***
TIME PRESENTED: 5:30-6:15
Presenter: Stanley Stephens
Course Title: The Uses and Benefits of Engineered Hardwood Floors
Course Description: Design professionals will become more familiar with the construction and manufacturing of engineered hardwood flooring in an effort to properly specify the material for their clients projects.
TIME PRESENTED: 6:30-7:15
Presenter: AIS/Applied Textiles
Title: Science By Design
Course Description: Science By Design – Let’s bond over bonded chemistry! This CEU dives deeper into the science behind performance textiles. Explaining the difference between various applications, their health and environmental impact, providing you with scientific facts and data that will enable you to choose the best and safest performance technology.
TIME PRESENTED: 7:30-8:15
Presenter: Lighting Environments
Title: Lighting Well, Lighting and the Well Building Standard
Course Description: We spend more than 90% of our lives indoors. Studies show strong links between better views, brighter light and better performance in office environments. The Well Light Concept promotes exposure to light and aims to create lighting environments that are optimal for visual, mental and biological health. This course explains existing concepts of the Well Building Standard and translates them into actionable practices to enhance a buildings impact on occupant health and well-being.