AIA Continuing Education

Euro-Wall supports you and the industry. Explore our continuing education opportunities for architecture professionals. 

Schedule a virtual or in-person presentation for your firm or browse all of our learning options below for virtual courses on a variety of topics.

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Continuous Design Uses for Large Opening Glass Wall Systems - 1 LU / 1 HSW Credit

This course is designed to provide architects with an understanding of the definitions, continuous capabilities, and advantages of large moveable glass wall systems. It explains the importance of form and function in design, exhibits innovative project ideas, and depicts how glass wall systems can improve an occupant’s safety and health.

Architectural Trends for Wind Borne Areas - 1 LU / 1 HSW Credit

This course is designed to provide architects with a basic understanding of large opening solutions for wind borne areas and providing examples and solutions for large fenestration openings that provide innovation in terms of design, sustainability, health and safety.

How Large Openings Contribute to Improved Mental Health - 1 LU / 1 HSW Credit

This seminar explains how large openings can help improve health and their structurally engineered components. The course focuses on: benefits and applications, types of door systems, and door hardware and testing.

Solutions for Large Openings in Wind Borne / Coastal Areas - 1 LU / 1 HSW Credit

This seminar provides an overview of large opening glass wall systems, their structurally engineered components, and how they provide a perfect solution for large openings in coastal areas for commercial and residential applications.

Euro-Wall Systems - Factory Tour - 2 LU Credits

When you visit the Euro-Wall Systems manufacturing facility, you will get an up-close, in-depth look into the manufacturing of Impact Rated Door Systems, from designing, preparing the extrusion, assembling, glazing and finally packaging and shipping. You’ll also learn about materials, techniques, and hardware.