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ThermaSol’s CEUs Now Approved By All Trade Associations


October 19, 2016

ThermaSol, the leaders in steam and home spa equipment and technology, is proud to announce that they’ve received CEU credit approval from all major industry trade organizations education divisions for their Continuing Education Units (CEUs). This enables ThermaSol to reach more designers and architects who are interested in learning about how to create steam showers for residential and contract projects as well as learning more about the health and well-being benefits of steam, while earning their appropriate credits. Both courses are also accredited for HSW (Health, Safety, Welfare) credits through AIA and their Health + Green + Sanctuary = Steam course is accredited for HSW through IDCEC.

“When ThermaSol created its first presentation and CEU, it was because we wanted to ensure that each attendee learned something they could use in upcoming projects,” said Katie McKinney, CEU Trainer & Trade Coordinator for ThermaSol. “Our audience are members of a wide variety of associations and in order to best serve the A+D Community, we have taken great strides to be accredited by IDCEC, AIA and now NKBA. As a manufacturer, our job is to bridge the gap between our industry jargon and the architects and designers, as well as creating a sense of community between manufacturers and architects and designers. We believe taking these steps encourages the educational process for this important Community.”

ThermaSol is proud to announce that they’ve received CEU credit approval from all major industry trade organizations education divisions for their Continuing Education Units (CEUs). This enables ThermaSol to reach more designers and architects who are interested in learning about how to create steam showers for residential and contract projects as well as learning more about the health and well-being benefits of steam, while earning their appropriate credits. Both courses are also accredited for HSW (Health, Safety, Welfare) credits through AIA and their Health + Green + Sanctuary = Steam course is accredited for HSW through IDCEC.

“When ThermaSol created its first presentation and CEU, it was because we wanted to ensure that each attendee learned something they could use in upcoming projects,” said Katie McKinney, CEU Trainer & Trade Coordinator for ThermaSol. “Our audience are members of a wide variety of associations and in order to best serve the A+D Community, we have taken great strides to be accredited by IDCEC, AIA and now NKBA. As a manufacturer, our job is to bridge the gap between our industry jargon and the architects and designers, as well as creating a sense of community between manufacturers and architects and designers. We believe taking these steps encourages the educational process for this important Community.”

ThermaSol’s two accredited CEU courses are:

Health + Green + Sanctuary = Steam
Health + Green + Sanctuary = Steam educates the attendee about the many health benefits of steam showers, so they can confidently speak to their customers about adding a steam shower in their next project. The course also highlights water conservation, alternative therapy options and available customization aspects to help everyone build the perfect bathroom sanctuary. Whether this is the first course on steam showers or the tenth course attended, attendees come away with three basic steps to confidently specify a steam shower for current and future residential projects.

All About Steam Showers and How To Create Your Personal Spa

This CEU provides information to help make the addition of steam to projects a natural and logical decision, even while keeping a client’s space and time considerations in mind. The course explains, from an architectural and interior design perspective, how the addition of steam makes sense for clients because steam offers a subtle yet effective way to maintain and enhance healthy lifestyle choices regardless of the square footage already planned for the shower. The course also provides detailed information on how steam provides the genesis for the idea of a beautiful relaxation space when added to the shower and bathroom design already drawn on the plans. In commercial settings and projects, steam can offer luxury relaxation for a wide variety of spa, club and gym applications.