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GO PRO PROfessional Advancement: Mastering Presentation in the Workplace: A Skills Workshop

CE Credit: 0.1 CEU

Presentation skills and public speaking skills are a necessity of work and life. Learn tips for successful interviews, clear and concise communications, and how to write effective presentations. These skills are important to be successful in business, sales, training and building trust with clients. More

60 minutes
  • $19.99

Generative Space

CE Credit: 0.1 CEU

Learn how physical and social space can be re-envisioned during the programming process Learn the concept of generative space Learn how conventional adjacencies and clinical planning diagrams were reshaped to support and reinforce concepts more conducive to generative space Learn how to use this approach to program places that are more memorable Develop better understandings of the impact that this approach has on clients' and users' "sense of place" Tama Duffy Day, FASID, FIIDA, Principal and National Interior Design Healthcare Practice Leader at Perkins+Will Tama is Perkins+Will's Healthcare Interior Design Leader formulating research and design initiatives. More

60 minutes
  • $19.99

GO PRO PRO Bono: Empowering Architecture and Design

CE Credit: 0.1 CEU

Empowering Architecture and Design: a Keynote Presentation from MASS Design Group (0.1 CEU) By applying architectural thinking to the full project delivery process, as well as focusing on the process of constructing a building as much as—if not more than—the physical building itself, architects and designers have the ability to not only design the built environment, but also to build capacity, create dignity and empower users. More

60 minutes
  • $19.99

GO PRO PRO Bono: Leadership in Public Interest Design

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

In the 15 years since the LEED rating system was established, enormous progress has been made in understanding how design impacts the environment. This discussion about the impact of public interest design focuses on Perkins+Will’s pro bono work, initiated through their participation in Public Architecture’s 1% program and most recently focused on post-Sandy reconstruction. More

1 hour
  • $19.99

GO PRO PROcess: SPRINGBOARD | Using Knowledge to Innovate with Environmental Psychology

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

In this session, participants will gain an understanding of how research informs the creative process. Project examples will demonstrate the influence the built environment has on behavior, specifically health outcomes, and how building your knowledge base is a powerful way to springboard your interior design career. Speakers Include: Rosalyn Cama, FASID, EDAC, President, Cama, Inc.Liz Oshana, Allied ASID, Designer, Cama, Inc.Erin Peavey, ASSOC. More

1 hour
  • $19.99

GO PRO PROduct: The Art of Digital Fabrication and 3-D Printing

CE Credit: 0.2 CEUs

This panel will address the various ways in which designers can engage with the full spectrum of digital fabrication technologies—3D scanning interiors, prototyping seemingly impossible forms, and creating their own custom solutions for a wide range of situations. More

2 hours
  • $19.99

GO PRO PROfessional Advancement: The Art of Client Engagement

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

Learn how to use empowering, engaging questions and integrate individual learning/language styles in order to establish optimal rapport, trust, and confidence with your clients. Find out how certain types of questions can have a dramatic impact on the quality of the information shared and the level to which ideas can be explored and expanded upon. More

1 hour
  • $19.99

GO PRO PRO Bono: How Design Is Reinventing Los Angeles

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

A presentation around Step Up on Second and the Hollywood Community Housing Corporation’s Step Up on Vine project and the importance of PRO Bono work for all designers. Step Up on Vine is a retrofitted existing 20,718 sf, three-story hotel into a 34-unit affordable housing project. More

1 hour
  • $19.99

GO PRO PROcess: Designing for the New Affluents

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

The New Face of Affluence, Dwell’s continuing study of emerging trends, shifting attitudes, and changing purchase behaviors of the "new affluents," turns its focus to the designer’s role in bringing good design to the clients with bigger budgets. More

1 hour
  • $19.99

REGREEN: Introduction to the REGREEN Residential Remodeling Program

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

Green remodeling is the design and construction of projects that reduce the environmental impacts of renovation and utilize non-toxic materials for healthy, high-performing interiors. This course features REGREEN©, the green residential remodeling program that emphasizes whole-house systems thinking, professional integration, and green design methodologies. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

REGREEN: Integrated Project Design and Delivery

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

Integrated project design is shared responsibility and participation from all design+build team members of a building or renovation project. A REGREEN© hallmark, this holistic collaborative approach emphasizes professional teamwork and involves whole-house systems-thinking from beginning to end. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

REGREEN: Materials Selection and the Specification Process

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

Creating and communicating unambiguous design and materials specifications is a vital step in ensuring that a project achieves established health and environmental goals and objectives. The research and specification process is not only scripting the appropriate installation of tile (for example), but also vetting the underlayment, adhesives, grout, and sealant that “first, do no harm.” This course expands upon the strategies found in the REGREEN Residential Remodeling Guidelines© and delves into the details of the designer’s role in creating effective design and materials directives. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

REGREEN: Client Education and Stakeholder Involvement

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

Engaging the homeowner helps the designer ascertain the client’s awareness level of green remodeling, commitment to sustainability, and lifestyle preferences. It also presents a convenient opportunity for education throughout the project. Conversations with stakeholders include not only the homeowner who signed the contract, but also project team members and anyone who occupies or maintains the space such as a live-in nanny, aging parents, and interior/exterior caretakers. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

REGREEN: Health Impacts of Buildings & Interior Materials

CE Credit: 0.1 CEUs

Adhering to building codes and safety standards is not the only way interior designers protect the health, safety and welfare of the public. Designers also research and vet building materials and FF&E that “first, do no harm” because every countertop, cabinet, and upholstered piece they specify can either contribute to or undermine healthy IAQ. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

Aging in Style

CE Credit: 0.1 CEU

Whether you remain in your own home, downsize to a smaller place, or move into an assisted facility, comfort, convenience and efficiency are the key. The process of providing appropriate environments that correspond to the abilities and needs of users is the responsibility of designers and their clients. More

1 hour
  • $19.99

Design for Life: Environments Beyond the Home

CE Credit: 0.1 CEU

One of the biggest challenges in the next 30 years will be how to meet the demand for quality living environments for the burgeoning population of older adults, especially in the healthcare environment. In this course, which features content from Healthcare Design, Kerrie Kelly, ASID, discusses the impact this shift will have on design. More

1 hour
  • $19.99

Designing Bathrooms that Facilitate Aging in Place

CE Credit: 0.2 CEUs

This course will reflect on the physical changes that individuals experience as they age. Research and design recommendations for bathrooms of older persons will be presented. Findings of a survey of bathrooms in retirement facilities will also be discussed. More

2 hours
  • $39.99

Designing Better Workplaces

CE Credit: 0.2 CEUs

This course presents major research findings on the ways in which interior design contributes to worker productivity, recruitment, retention and satisfaction. You will find the information easily applicable for the interior designer, helping you demonstrate to potential clients the many ways in which your services can contribute to the bottom line through the creation of safer, more productive workspaces. More

2 hours
  • $39.99

Home for a Lifetime

CE Credit: 0.2 CEUs

In some studies, as many as 8 in 10 homeowners age 45 and over say they would like to stay in their homes as long as possible, even if at some point they would need help caring for themselves in order to do so. An AARP study found that the desire to continue to live in the same house actually increases with age. More

2 hours
  • $39.99

Generation Y Gets to Work: And the workplace will never be the same

CE Credit: 0.1 CEU

Designing a high performance workplace has become a tougher with the arrival of Generation Y. This course which features content from ICON, looks at major shifts driving the new workplace and Gen Y’s distinct work habits. More

1 hour
  • $19.99

Design to Lead 2014: Part 3: Challenge - Strengths-Based Leadership

CE Credit: 0.1CEU

Marjorie R. Barlow, Ph.D., and Amy Lukken All leaders do not possess the same style or same perspective. Your leadership style may vary depending on the kind of people you interact and deal with. Your style may also be situational, determined by whether you are playing the role of a chapter leader, a leader at the office or a leader in your everyday life. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

Design to Lead 2014: Part 2: Inspire – Opening Keynote

CE Credit: 0.1

Victor Ermoli, Margaret Alrutz, John Peterson, AIA and Stephanie Douglas Victor Ermoli sets the stage for the Design to Lead Summit, Presented by ASID, followed by Margaret Alrutz, who inspires attendees to take on leadership roles that challenge them to be bigger than their domains and to move beyond design into unfamiliar territory. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

Design to Lead 2014: Part 3: Challenge - Communications Strategies

CE Credit: 0.1

Nila R. Leiserowitz, FASID, IIDA, and Tama Duffy Day, FASID, FIIDA, NCIDQ, LEED AP BD+C Communication strategies are critical in leadership development. From interacting with team members to working with clients, a range of communications skills are required to excel in design industry. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

Design to Lead 2014: Part 4: Engage – Afternoon Keynote on Negotiation

CE Credit: 0.1CEU

John Spirk Just how does one grow a business to tout $45 billion in sales? This session will focus on the how innovation and negotiation can go hand in hand through case studies of product inventions such a Swiffer, Little Tykes and SpinBrush. Attendees will learn how product designers think, not just about form and function, but also cost and customer satisfaction to create a seamless integration with the entire product development process ensures that no opportunity to improve on the original design will be missed. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

Design to Lead 2014: Part 5: Challenge - Strategic Thinking and Problem Solving

CE Credit: 0.1CEU

James P. Cramer Being strategic seems to be the goal of all companies today, but what does it mean to make strategic decisions and how do you do it? Throughout this session participants will participate in an interactive workshop focused on strategic thinking and problem solving. More

1 hour
  • $29.99

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