CE Credit Brown Bag Luncheon
Speaker:Tom Herron of
The National Fenestration Rating Council
This is an introductory, nontechnical course that assumes no prior knowledge of the topic for those seeking a basic knowledge of daylighting. It is It provides a fundamental awareness of the concept, explaining its role in contributing to green building and energy savings while providing a wide range of positive effects on building occupants. The course offers and introduction to the specific benefits of daylighting in the workplace, retail environments, schools, and healthcare facilities.
Additionally, the course addresses the role of building orientation in maximizing daylighting and concludes by examining how the strategic implementation of daylighting in a commercial building project improved occupant comfort and reduced energy consumption.
- 1. Identify and explain what daylighting is and how the concept can be implemented to save energy and make buildings greener.
- 2. Define, explain, and describe the importance of circadian rhythms.
- 3. Explain and describe the primary benefits of daylighting on health and human performance.
- 4. Evaluate and analyze the role of building orientation in achieving the benefits of daylighting.
- 5. Explain, analyze, evaluate, and describe the positive effects of daylighting in a commercial building project.
This is an ERB approved course good for 1 HOUR continuing education
FREE to MEMBERS ONLY - limited to the first 25 to register
no shows will be billed $25
(This is a brown bag lunch learning session so BYOL)
Register online or fax in the registration flyer.
Alternative Management Conference Room
1880 East Warm Springs
Las Vegas, NV 89119