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    EVENT CANCELLED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

    Catch up on CEUs in Cambridge

    Event Date: Saturday, October 22, 2016
    Deadline to Register: October 19, 2016
    Please note that there will be an additional charge of $25 for registration at the door.


    SEMINAR SCHEDULE

    UNDERSTANDING WELL BUILDING IN THE WORKPLACE
    9- 10 a.m. I 1 IDCEC hour (HSW)

    The movement towards a healthy and sustainable future requires knowing how to support people, nature and the built environment, which helps to  improve the triple bottom line. This course aims to introduce the seven pillars of the new WELL Building Standards, to help gain understanding of how best to incorporate these standards into the workplace, these opportunities provide insight on both the impact which WELL Building has on businesses and its importance to the market.

    PRESENTER: YOEL BERZNOGER, HAWORTH

    A graduate of the Interior Design program at Sheridan College, Yoel has practiced as an interior designer and design project manager and so brings a depth of understanding to his role as Haworth's Architecture + Design Workplace Advisor which allows him to impart a more informed approach on how spaces perform above and beyond the typical product solutions. He has crafted a unique role at Haworth, playing active roles in the architecture and design team as well as Haworth’s global research, workplace strategy and innovation teams, and serving on several internal teams focused on research and development.

    INTRODUCTION TO SMART HOME & AUTOMATION
    10:15 - 11:15 a.m. I 1 IDCEC (HSW) hour

    Control and automation systems are increasing in demand as technology advances, delivering greater benefits to the consumer. During this seminar, learn the components of an automation system, their impact on traditional design approaches, and why you should specify such systems. As with any project, the success of each installation depends on the intelligence of its controlling system.

    PRESENTER: RACHEL MARKUS, EVOLUTION HOME CORP

    Rachel has obtained a CEDIA Outreach Instructor (COI) designation from the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA), which enables her to deliver multiple courses approved for continuing education credit by the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the American Institute of Building Design (AIBD), Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC)-governed interior designer associations (ASID, IIDA, and IDC), and the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). To this, Rachel adds several years' expertise in retail and custom integration. She is based at the Savant Experience Centre in Toronto, where she regularly hosts demonstrations of the latest in home technology.

     

    ARIDO REGIONAL MEMBERS ROUND TABLE 2016 - GRAND VALLEY
    11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. I 1 non-IDCEC hour

    Join in a round-table, working lunch discussion detailing ARIDO's current activities, as well as key issues impacting the profession in the region.

    PRESENTER: SHARON PORTELLI, ARIDO

     

    HOW TO SPECIFY ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK
    1:45 - 2:45 p.m. I 1 IDCEC hour

    This seminar will explore how to specify and achieve excellence in woodwork for commercial applications. Two short case studies will be presented, demonstrating what not to do when drawing up specifications, as well as how the problem was resolved and how to avoid repeating the same mistakes.

    PRESENTER: PAT FRENCH, UPPER CANADA FOREST PRODUCTS

    Pat French is Senior Specifications Represntative for Upper Canada Forest Products. Pat is the company's lead for Architectural Woodworking, and is actively involved in delivering IDCEC-approved HSW - Sustainability seminars for the design community in the GTA.

     

    ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK STANDARDS
    3 - 4 p.m. I 1 IDCEC hour

    In this seminar, learn about AWMAC and its members' roles in consistently designing, engineering, manufacturing and installing the highest quality architectural woodwork. Broaden your understanding of appropriate woodwork standards, quality specifications, humidity and moisture content, production methods, grade standards and surface terminologies involved in achieving outstanding architectural millwork.

    PRESENTER: LAURIE SUIKKI, AWMAC ONTARIO CHAPTER

    Laurie Suikki is Association Manager for the Ontario Chapter of the Architectural Woodworker Manufacturers Association of Canada. She brings over 20 years' expertise of the construction industry, including 15 years spent within the millwork sector. Her in-depth understanding of all aspects of woodworking encompasses managing multiple construction projects, and ongoing liaison with architects, managers, and trades project partners.


    Hosted by atWork Business Interiors



    LocationatWork Business Interiors, 545 Thompson Drive, Cambridge, Ontario N1T 2K7 (Map)
    Date & TimeEVENT CANCELLED
    Saturday, October 22, 2016
    8:30 - 4 p.m.

    AGENDA
    8:30 - 9 a.m. | Registration
    9 - 10 a.m. | Understanding Well Building In the Workplace
    10:15 - 11:15 a.m. | Introduction to Smart Home & Automation
    11:30 - 1:30 p.m. | Arido Regional Members Round Table 2016- Grand Valley
    1:45 - 2: 45 p.m. | How to Specify Architectural Millwork
    3- 4 p.m. | Architectural Woodwork Standards

    Time in 1477139400
    FeesRegistered & Intern Members: $150.00
    Student Members: $95.00
    Non-members: $200.00
    CEU4 IDCEC (2 HSW) hours + 1 non-IDCEC
    National Industry Partners
    Caesarstone Canada Knoll Hunter Doulgas keilhauer Cosentino Architex
    Lutron Upper Canada Forest Products Samsung Levey Industries Midgley Benjamin Moore
    Shaw Contract Mohawk Group Milliken