Continuing Education Units
KI is pleased to offer a comprehensive list of continuing education units. To request or participate in a CEU course, please contact your KI sales specialist.
All courses are provided via Krueger International, dba KI. Provider No: J648. One-hour program participation value is one (1) learning unit hour.
The Active Design research journey began back in 2014 with the creation of nine principles. New research takes us to present day. The shift from wellness to well-being represents a true migration into how workplace design practices have changed in recent years. Seven new Active Design principles offer pragmatic ideas designers can use to implement and foster a culture of organizational well-being through interior design practices. It’s about an active body and mind.
How do you know if a product is tested to BIFMA? Testing standards can be confusing and complex. The purpose of this CEU is to educate attendees on the various contract/commercial furniture test standards and guidelines when specifying for the built environment. Understanding guidelines will help create more informed product specifications.
The purpose of this CEU is to help better understand electrical requirements for the contract furniture industry. It will provide insights into the capabilities of top tier manufacturers and how to conduct conversations around electrical specifications.
Examine how demountable and storefront walls can aid in the safety, sustainability and overall well-being of those who are working in high-performance buildings.
A discussion and review of how to identify clients who would benefit from or require innovative furniture solutions. Learn to identify opportunities and leverage manufacturing partner’s unique modified/co-created furniture processes.
With so many recent advances and innovations, choosing the right textile for the right application can be daunting. And with so many textile options touted as “high-performance,” making sense of that label is equally challenging. This CEU will review the progression of textiles and explore the three elements that collectively define high-performance – durability, cleaning and maintenance, and fibers and finishes – to help you make the right selection.
In a world where securing top talent is a competitive business advantage in the workplace, employers spend time devising ways to attract and retain an exceptional workforce. As companies look to recruit the best and brightest from college campuses, they often overlook the one ideal recruitment strategy...the campus design itself.
Despite the transformations necessary to equip students with 21st century skills, planners and decision-makers at schools and institutions continue to design classrooms and campuses that reflect outdated modes of teaching. This CEU examines the opportunity to explore educational space design using a “learning per square foot” concept, thereby improving student success, creating a community of learning and strengthening our country’s competitive position for the future.
High-tech companies are changing so quickly on the inside that they are determining the rate of change on the outside. Their pace makes industry iterate faster and identify weaknesses more quickly. High-tech companies aren’t discovering new ways of offering the same product. They are identifying a completely new service or product.
A discussion and review of true learning influences over 2,500 years and the impact on the changing world of education. During this course, the attendee will discover the power of “Play” within learning, understand how “Making” fosters collaboration and discuss how “Design” transcends disciplines and silos.