About Real Cedar
Design and construction professionals earn AIA Continuing Education learning units by reading designated articles and sponsored sections in Architectural Record website, and answering test questions at the end of each course.
Please click on one of the links below to access the various CEU courses:
This course will explore the design versatility of Western Red Cedar, exterior and interior applications, and the value that Western Red Cedar brings to a project. We will also compare Western Red Cedar to alternative building materials and demonstrate how it is often imitated but never duplicated in numerous project applications.
This course will examine the Western Red Cedar lumber industry, including the environmental benefits of Western Red Cedar versus alternative building products, Environmental Product Declarations available for the material, and case studies where it was used in various commercial applications.
This course will discuss how designers are incorporating more natural wood products into their designs and how Western Red Cedar contributes to this return to nature, the biophilia effect, sustainability, and health and wellness.
It will also examine exterior and interior uses for the product and new Western Red Cedar products have recently entered the market that will transform how the material is used in both residential and commercial buildings.
Fire Resistive Construction Using Western Red Cedar Shingles
Earn 1.0 HSW Learning Unit
WRCLA Member Shakertown offers a one-hour course covering various test standards, application methods, and spec writing for beautiful Western Red Cedar shingles and shakes.
Course: Fire Resistive Construction Using Western Red Cedar Shingles
Provider: Shakertown (www.shakertown.com)
Program Number: Shak01
Length: 1 hour
HSW Credit: Yes
For more information contact Mark Rutledge:
Below are previous CEU course links provided by the Western Red Cedar Lumber Association: