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Earn Continuing Education Credits with Online Polyurethane Millwork Course

Expand your knowledge base and earn American Institute of Architects (AIA) continuing education credits on your own time with Fypon’s Polyurethane Millwork, Exterior and Interior Products online course, launched in 2018.

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The free one-hour course, offered through Hanley Wood University, is open to both AIA members and non-members.

If you’ve ever wondered about polyurethane products and their applications or if you’re experienced with polyurethane millwork and looking for a refresher, this course is for you.

What You’ll Learn

Through the distance learning course, participants will:

• Gain a deeper understanding of the impact of a project’s visual first impression on the customer’s decision-making process, and how you can use polyurethane millwork to make a positive first impression.

• Come away with an overview of polyurethane millwork for both interior and exterior applications, including its history and manufacturing process as well as specific product examples and uses.

Information for AIA Members Looking to Earn CEU Credits

AIA measures continuing education in Learning Units (LUs). Each year, AIA Architect members must complete 18 LUs from registered AIA/CES providers. Upon completion of Fypon’s AIA-approved Polyurethane Millwork, Exterior and Interior Products online course, participants will earn one LU, which will be automatically reported to CES records. Non-members can request a certificate of completion for their records and to verify credits earned.

“While continuing education is provided in various ways, the online format makes it convenient for architects to complete the program on their own time,” said Rod Clark, architectural sales specialist, Therma-TRU Doors and Fypon. “Fypon’s course content adheres to AIA guidelines, allowing this important audience to stay informed of innovations and the latest product offerings in the industry.”

AIA’s continuing education requirements may be different than those of state licensing boards. Review the mandatory CEU requirements of the states in which you operate on the AIA website.

Ready to get started? Register for Fypon’s Polyurethane Millwork, Exterior and Interior Products course today.