Resources

AIA-CES/Continuing Education

Major Industries AIA-CES Programs

Direct Learning Opportunities

For more than three decades, Major Industries has provided top quality custom daylighting solutions. During this time we have also tried to educate our clients and potential customers on the benefits of daylighting and proper techniques for choosing the daylighting system that best fits their needs.

Major Industries currently offers two AIA registered Continuing Education course on daylighting. The first is focused on a wide range of daylighting basics and methods for introducing daylight into a space. The second also covers daylighting and its benefits, but puts more emphasis on translucent panel daylighting systems, including how they’re constructed and their unique benefits (both meet HSW requirements). Both programs also look at creative design opportunities when using skylights and translucent wall systems, and offer a good deal of project examples to both inform and inspire.

If you’re interested in bringing this informative course to your company’s firm, please contact us at 888-759-2678 or via email at info@majorskylights.com.

Online Learning Opportunities

Looking for AIA or USGBC Continuing Education credits online?

Major Industries currently offers two online learning programs. The first, through AEC Daily, is both AIA and USGBC approved, and also meets AIA Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) requirements. The program focuses on general daylighting strategies and glazing options, and provides certified credit opportunities for a number of other organizations both in the United States and Canada.

The second program, approved for AIA-CES credit, can be found at The Continuing Architect, and contains information about translucent panel daylighting systems as well as the health benefits of natural light, tips on choosing the right glazing, and creative design opportunities. The program also meets AIA HSW requirements. You can visit The Continuing Architect for additional details, or view the program below and complete the quiz on The Continuing Architect’s site to receive AIA-CES credit.