Free CEU Learning Credits: Learn, Engage, and Network!
Want to network and learn from an industry expert? Through the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association’s (CEDIA) Outreach Instructor program, Wilshire offers continuing education units approved by the AIA, AIBD, IDCEC and NARI.
Throughout the year, Wilshire offers free continuing education units as part of our Innovations & Solutions seminars. Build professionals and local association chapters may also request complimentary on-site training, which can be done in a lunch & learn setting. If interested, please contact us at (805) 497-7536 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All courses offer the following continuing education credits: AIA 1.0 LU, AIBD 1.0 CEU, IDCEC 0.1 CEU, NARI 1.0 CEU
Understanding the process involved in delivering high-performance home entertainment systems will help you determine how to bring out the best in every space in your client’s home.
Dedicated Theater Design – Understand what a home theater is – and what it isn’t. This course will discuss home theater acoustics, design, equipment, seating and more.
Technology for Outdoor Spaces – This course will discuss the full range of outdoor technology options, unique challenges posed by the environment, and options for infrastructure.
Energy & Efficiency
The best part of a “Smart Home” is its ability to help the homeowner make wise choices about energy and resources. Learn how intelligently designed systems simplify control and help manage consumption of our valuable resources.
Lighting Control Illuminated – This course offers an overview of lighting control terminology, benefits and solutions, all presented in easy-to-understand language.
Using Technology Systems to Help Homeowners Live a Greener Life – This course will discuss how electronic devices can work toward reducing a home’s carbon footprint.
These courses identify the best practices of successful home technology projects to ensure a more efficient process and more successful outcome for your project.
Controlling and Isolating Sound in the Design and Construction Process – This course will review the needs for sound-isolated specialty rooms, including the three tools of sound isolation: mass, absorption, and mechanical isolation.
Wiring Requirements to Support Electronic Systems – This course will cover technology trends and their impact on today’s homes as well as the basic infrastructure needed to support these technologies.
Bringing a home technology professional into a project early is the best way to ensure success and prevent problems for both you and your clients. Understand the benefits of planning early, the basics of proper planning, and the role a home technology professional will play in your project.
Understanding Current Home Technology and Infrastructure Options – There are many available options related to technology for today’s savvy clients. This course will help guide participants through the myriad of choices.
Proper Planning for Residential Electronic Systems – This course describes the processes used by professionals in the project planning, design, and installation phases of electronic systems.
Almost anything is possible. These courses will show you have a home technology professional can help you think outside the box and bring your ideas together for your clients.
Designing to Disguise: The Art of Hiding Technology – This course reviews the three-pronged approach to hiding technology: advance planning, design philosophy and product selection.
Digital Signage Solutions – This course offers a definition of digital signage and examines how this industry is projected to grow and change over time.