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Continuing Education

We value the importance of continuing education as a way to stay at the forefront of the industry. We provide a number of online and on-site presentations and classes to help architects further their knowledge.  

VTI 102 - The Benefits of Using Decorative Laminates On Architectural Wood Doors

Type: Online

This course will cover the features and benefits of using decorative laminates on architectural wood doors. This course highlights the following topics:

  • Laminate door construction
  • Design considerations and choices
  • Textures and optional finishes
  • Decorative laminate wood doors compared to wood veneer doors
  • Design, durability, and value
  • Repairability

To complete this course online all 12 questions must be answered correctly. If a correct answer is submitted, the test will automatically continue on to the next question. All incorrect answers will be explained in the bottom frame of the page. Within the description are hints to the correct answers. The test will not continue until the correct answer is submitted. For AIA credit only.

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VTI 103 - Specifying HPDL Architectural Wood Doors

Type: On-site

In this course you will learn about specifying High Pressure Decorative Laminate (HPDL) architectural wood doors. This course will provide information in regards to:

  • Developing an understanding of high pressure decorative laminate
  • Providing design considerations and choices
  • Increasing awareness of HPDL door construction

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VTI 202 - Wood Door Construction

Type: On-site

This course focuses on wood door construction. Listed below are a few points that will be covered:

  • Review of the components of an architectural wood door
  • Increase awareness of wood door construction materials
  • Provide a better understanding of industry standards and environmental aspects

This course counts toward Health, Safety, and Welfare credit.

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VTI 303 - Veneers For Architectural Wood Doors

Type: On-site

This course explores the veneers of architectural wood doors. A few key points of this course include:

  • Identifying wood veneer cuts, matching, and patterns
  • Increased awareness of common wood door species
  • Preparing specifications with complete veneer requirements

This course counts toward Health, Safety, and Welfare credit.

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VTI 406 - Life Safety: Positive Pressure, Balanced Construction, and Annual Inspections

Type: On-site

This course covers the basics of positive pressure and how it affects wood door opening assemblies. The following points will be addressed:

  • Increase knowledge of positive pressure Incorporating balanced fire construction
  • Educate on the importance of annual fire inspections

This course counts toward Health, Safety, and Welfare credit.

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VTI 507 - Sustainable Choices In Wood Door Construction

Type: On-site

This course discusses sustainable choices in wood door construction. The following topics will be covered:

  • Review LEED standards and points available
  • Increase awareness of wood door construction materials
  • Develop awareness of materials and finishes pertaining to Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)
  • Learn sustainable ways to specify veneers

This course counts toward Health, Safety, and Welfare and Sustainable Design credit.

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VTI 606 - Architectural Stile and Rail Wood Door Options

Type: On-site

This course discusses architectural stile and rail wood door options. The following topics will be covered:

  • Stile and rail wood door construction.
  • Design considerations and choices for stile and rail wood doors.
  • Positive and neutral pressure fire ratings and how they relate to stile and rail wood doors.
  • Environmental options and associated LEED credits.

This course counts toward Health, Safety, and Welfare credit.

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