10 October 2016
ROCKFON offers AIA/CES course on Optimizing Acoustics
Supporting your professional development and ever-growing knowledge of acoustic design, we are happy to share our newest continuing education course, “Optimizing Acoustics for Effective Sound Design and Performance.”
Now available in Architectural Record magazine’s Oct. 2016 issue to subscribers, it also is accessible to all design professionals at no cost in the online continuing education center.
“Optimizing Acoustics for Effective Sound Design and Performance” offers course participants a greater understanding of how ceiling panels with high Noise Reduction Coefficient ratings (NRC) provide high-performance, sound-absorption solutions that maximize building occupants’ well-being and comply with current building standards.
This includes learning how to:
Approved by the American Institute of Architects’ Continuing Education System (AIA/CES), those who complete the course will earn one Learning Unit in Health, Safety and Welfare (1.0 LU HSW). To learn more about ROCKFON ceiling systems and how they contribute to optimizing acoustics for effective sound design and performance, please visit OptimizedAcoustics.com.
We offer additional, in-person 1.0 LU HSW AIA/CES courses on suspension ceiling systems and seismic design requirements, and we welcome the opportunity to present customized, educational and technical information for your specific projects. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 800-323-7164, or click here to find a representative in your area and learn more about our complete ceiling solutions.
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