Keep Learning With Mr. Steam

April 19, 2011

Learn how to incorporate steam therapy into your bath design! The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) have approved Mr. Steam as a 2011 course provider for each organization’s continuing education system.

The AIA/CES and IDCEC training courses provided by Mr. Steam, titled “Installation Guidelines for Steam Shower Systems,” address the health benefits of steam therapy as well as the proper specification, installation and maintenance guidelines for residential steam bath systems. “The training reinforces the mental, physical and emotional benefits of steam; highlights steam’s efficient water use vis-à-vis whirlpools and custom showers; and establishes guidelines for effective equipment sizing and installation,” said Dan Reinert, VP of sales and marketing for Mr. Steam.

AIA members are required to complete 18 hours, also called Learning Units (LU), of continuing education annually. Eight of those hours must relate to Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) topics, and through its AIA/CES course, Mr. Steam provides one LU of HSW credit. 

Similarly, IDCEC members completing the course qualify for one LU of HSW requirements.  IDCEC training program credits are accepted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Interior Designers of Canada (IDC), Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA).

There is no charge for either course, both of which can be delivered in person by trained representatives or online from Mr. Steam’s educational partner, Architect-Forum.
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