AIA & IDCEC Certified Courses by Nawkaw
As an architect, professional development will always be in the cards. From keeping up to date with the latest trends to learning new skills, there’s constantly something that’ll keep you busy. Moreover, there are AIA credits and further education requirements you need to meet every year. To help make things a little easier for you, Nawkaw provides several AIA-certified training courses so that you can earn your credits and grow professionally at the same time.
There are plenty of benefits to masonry and concrete staining. We know that as an architect, you’re often finding ways to enhance a buildings’ concrete exterior without having to worry about paint peeling off. That’s why staining is the solution of choice for many professionals, as you don’t have to worry about touching it up every three to five years or all-over maintenance. Furthermore, stains are suitable for pretty much any kind of concrete and brick surface, any climate, and can also be used for interiors. Stained surfaces look exceptional, and they help buildings stand out from the crowd. Also, stains can be used as color solutions for restoration projects, especially with its natural appearance.
There’s more to staining than meets the eye, which is why our AIA credit courses will take you through the ins and outs of everything you need to know. We’ll cover how staining works, what options are available on the market, and what to expect when working with them so that you can come up with designs your clients love.
As an AIA CES passport provider since 1993, we’re passionate about sharing our experience when it comes to professional concrete and masonry stain solutions. We’ll provide a course for you and your colleagues that’ll go through everything you need to know about concrete and masonry staining and how to incorporate it into your designs as an architect or engineer. We won’t take up much of your time – we like to provide our training in a relaxed working environment.
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IDCEC Certified Course
Bring the Outdoors Inside!
Exterior materiality has come inside. From exposed brickwork to board-formed concrete and beyond, this course equips designers and architects with the knowledge they need to incorporate the colors and textures of exterior design indoors.
Applications for Masonry Stain
Masonry can be stained, too! Learn how Nawkaw can help you solve color issues and be of service to you during renovations and restorations – for residential projects or even historical buildings!