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Accu-Tech Launches LEED Seminar Series in 2011

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Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI) is joining up with Accu-Tech and other leading industry manufacturers for a brand new round of courses in the LEED Seminar Series for 2011. Geared towards a variety of industry professionals including RCDDs, LEED APs, LEED Green Associate’s, FMAs, SMAs, RPAs, P.Es and AIAs, these courses offer up to 4 continuing education credits as well as 4 sustainable design learning units towards AIA professional designation.LEED.ER Accu-Tech.jpg 

Upcoming courses set to take place include Charlotte, North Carolina on January 25, 2011 at the Omni Hotel - Downtown and Atlanta, Georgia on February 1, 2011 at Accu-Tech’s corporate training center. These four-hour courses (8:00AM – 12:30PM) will consist of the following one-hour segments:

  • Thermal Management, Passive Cooling and Energy Efficiency
  • Fiber Optics Enabling the Green Data Center
  • A New Breed of Halogen-Free Category Cable
  • LEED and Firestop Products

Look for the LEED Seminar Series to visit many other locations throughout the year, including Phoenix, AZ on Feb. 15, Dallas, TX on Mar. 3 and Los Angeles, CA on Mar. 29, 2011. If you plan to attend, be sure to arrive early for event registration and complimentary breakfast. Lunch will also be provided for attendees.

For more information on these courses, as well as future seminar dates and locations, be sure to visit CPI's Seminars webpage to get more info on the Accu-Tech LEED Seminar Series 2011. Jeff Steen, CPI Area Vice President of Corporate/Strategic Accounts 

Posted by Jeff Steen, CPI Area Vice President of Corporate/Strategic Accounts at 10/11/2011 10:23:38 AM

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