Richards-Wilcox Lunch-and-Learn

Continuing Education Courses for Architects

If you’re an architect or architectural firm looking to continue your education and maintain your AIA CES license, join us for a Richards-Wilcox lunch-and-learn course and let us help you satisfy your continuing education requirements.

Richards-Wilcox Garage Doors is a registered Continuing Education System (CES) provider with the American Institute of Architects (AIA). During our courses, you’ll learn about product selections and door specifications in order to select the perfect commercial door for your building application.

We currently have the following courses available, each earning 1 AIA CES Learning Unit(s) and Health Safety Welfare credit(s).

Commercial Rolling Door Course 1 AIA CES Learning Unit/HSW

Course Overview: Overview to Upward Acting Coiling Doors; Section (1) Rolling Service Doors; (2) Energy Efficiency; (3) Special Applications; (4) Rolling Counter Shutters; (5) Rolling Security Grilles; (6) Methods of Operation

Commercial Sectional Door Course 1 AIA CES Learning Unit/HSW

Course Overview: Section (1) Performance Factors; (2) Building Clearances, Track Mounting & Type; (3) Applications; (4) Special Applications & Options; (5) Appearance/Aesthetics; (6) Commercial Operators

Commercial Wind Load Door Course 1 AIA CES Learning Unit/HSW

Course Overview: Section (1) Wind Load Overview; (2) Regulating Bodies and Their Differences; (3) Determining the Necessary Information to Specify the Correct Door; (4) Calculating the Required Design Pressure (±psf)

Fire Door Course 1 AIA CES Learning Unit/HSW

Course Overview: Section (1) Overview of Fire Systems; (2) Automatic-Closing Device & Detection Equipment; (3) Building Codes, Standards & Labeling; (4) Systems & Applications

RapidCoil High Performance Door Course 1 AIA CES Learning Unit/HSW

Course Overview: Section (1) When to Use a High Performance Door & Factors to Consider; (2) Common Characteristics of RapidCoil High Performance Doors; (3) Understanding Gravity Doors vs. “Push Pull” Gear Driven Doors; (4) Understanding the Total ROI (Return on Investment)

If you’re interested in Lunch and Learn courses please reach out to R-W here.

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