Continuing Education Units

Continuing Education Units

To assist in meeting your continuing education needs, Native Trails is pleased to offer two FREE CEU programs both in person and online.  Both modules qualify for state credits and HSW and are approved by IDCEC, ASID, NKBA, NARI, GBCI, and AIA.

If you are interested in scheduling one of these CEU modules for your organization, please complete the CEU Request Form below.

Sustainable Materials
for the Bath

The triple bottom line approach to sustainability requires thinking of the world as an interconnected system of economic, environmental, and social well-being. Choices can be made to select home furnishings made from durable, recycled, recyclable, rapidly renewable, and/or reclaimed materials from companies who work to improve the lives and livelihoods of others. This course looks at recycled copper, sustainably made concrete, FSC®-certified bamboo, and reclaimed wood used in bath fixtures and furniture handmade by skilled artisans.

Sustainable Materials
for the Bath

The triple bottom line approach to sustainability requires thinking of the world as an interconnected system of economic, environmental, and social well-being. Choices can be made to select home furnishings made from durable, recycled, recyclable, rapidly renewable, and/or reclaimed materials from companies who work to improve the lives and livelihoods of others. This course looks at recycled copper, sustainably made concrete, FSC®-certified bamboo, and reclaimed wood used in bath fixtures and furniture handmade by skilled artisans.

Artisanal Craft
in Sustainable Spaces

This presentation celebrates the value of incorporating artisanal, handcrafted fixtures and furnishings into a building’s design. Not only are these products unique, functional, and aesthetically appealing, but they can also establish a sense of connection with their maker.  And because many of these products are made from sustainable, recycled or reclaimed materials that are locally available, they can help reduce the environmental impact of a new build. This course illustrates how sourcing artisan-made products for their projects can allow designers and builders to effect social, economic and environmental change.

Artisanal Craft
in Sustainable Spaces

This presentation celebrates the value of incorporating artisanal, handcrafted fixtures and furnishings into a building’s design. Not only are these products unique, functional, and aesthetically appealing, but they can also establish a sense of connection with their maker.  And because many of these products are made from sustainable, recycled or reclaimed materials that are locally available, they can help reduce the environmental impact of a new build. This course illustrates how sourcing artisan-made products for their projects can allow designers and builders to effect social, economic and environmental change.

Scheduling

Use the form below to schedule a CEU modules for your organization.

You can also receive continuing education units through our FREE ONLINE courses:
Sustainable Materials for the Bath and Artisan Craft in Sustainable Spaces.

Click here to view the courses and CEU details at aecdaily.com

CEU Request