AIA Seminars

AIA Seminars

Interested in earning an AIA continuing education Health/Safety/Welfare learning unit?

Biamp offers continuing education courses and seminars that are compliant with AIA standards. We provide lunch and learn sessions with architecture firms, professional associations, and other groups.

Credit(s) earned on completion of one of these programs will be reported to AIA/CES for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for both AIA members and non-AIA members are available upon request. Contact us or speak with your regional manager to set up an onsite seminar. We're here to meet your learning needs.

Technology is changing rapidly, and the way in which the technology is implemented is critical to the user experience. Lobby areas are no longer just an entrance into a building but an environment to showcase the clients brand; conference rooms, huddle rooms and training centers need to be designed to effectively communicate information both visually and audibly without fatigue and stress. Video plays a crucial role in these scenarios, and in this seminar you’ll learn:

  • How the human eye works
  • What video terminology you should be familiar with, and how each affects the viewer
  • How video impacts the visual stress of viewers
  • How the relationship between resolution and viewing distance should influence screen size and placement

Key changes were made to the 2016 revision of NFPA 72 that you might not be aware of. You'll learn:

  • Which wiring infrastructures are approved for use in an ECS
  • The three critical terms every ECS must address, and what they mean
  • What the different layers of ECS are and how each can be used
  • How architecture influences the Sound Transmission Index, and why STI is important

Architecture design and materials have a huge impact on the audio experience. You'll learn:

  • How to integrate the science of sound to design of architectural spaces
  • The four effects sound has on people and the financial impacts of proper sound systems
  • How to identify your client's soundscape and define outcomes
  • How designing the right environment enhances the experience

Audio plays a suprising role in patient healing and well-being. At the end of this program you'll be able to:

  • Consider the implications of integrated technical systems and the advantages of including audio consulting engineers early in the project planning phase
  • Discuss three ways consulting engineers with audio expertise can reduce project costs and add value
  • Identify three factors that increase sound system intelligibility and decrease noise
  • Articulate two ways that successful audio design supports corporate sustainability initiatives

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