2 May 2018

Tile Styles CEU Workshop

Interior Design Professionals join us for a two-hour CEU workshop and learn from the tile industries leading brands. Explore Oceanside Glasstile and Walker Zanger with confidence while you connect with other professionals, enjoy some tasty bites and refreshments, and earn Approved IDCEC Continuing Education Units. The tile workshop will provide a better understanding of the materials available, best practices, a little history of the brands, and some inspiration for your future projects. Get your tickets for this very special evening of creative learning, design fun, connecting with other designers, yummy nibbles, and dribbles, plus you’ll get to take home some swag too.

Tile Styles CEU Workshop:  Oceanside Glasstile Specifying Glasstile Walker Zanger Marble in the Kitchen

  • Date: Tuesday, June 12, 2018
  • Time: 5:30 pm-8pm ( Nibbles and dribbles start at 5:30, class starts at 6 pm)
  • IDCEC Approved: Earn 0.2 CEU credits in one night.
  • Tickets: Early bird Tickets are only $15 at Eventbrite until May 21st, then $20. GET TICKETS

Oceanside Glasstile – Specifying Glasstile with Confidence – Presented by Jeff Nibler
IDCEC Approved CEU: 0.1 Credit
Class Code: 103530
Subject Code:
3 – Construction and Materials
5 – Technical Knowledge

This course is designed to educate the audience on the types of glasstile on the market today. There are many types of glass on the market produced in various ways. We will go over the history of glass tile, quality standards in place to help protect the consumers, manufacturing methods, mounting methods, sustainability and installation methods. At the end of this presentation, the audience will have the confidence to specify the right products for the right applications.

Walker Zanger – Marble In The Kitchen – Presented by Mike Bastone VP Sales

AIA Course Number: MIA03, 1.0 HSW LU
Course Number: CEU 105875, 0.1 General CEU
NKBA: MIA152R, 0.1 CEU

Learning objectives include:
•Learn more about the increasing trend of marble use in the kitchen.
•Obtain unique design elements of using marble for a countertop surface.
•Expand your ability to set the proper consumer expectation.
•Understand how to work with your fabricator when choosing marble for the kitchen.

Discussion Topics
The history of marble as compared to granite and its relevance to the U.S. market Physical characteristics–What’s important and why? Working with your fabricator–understanding the dynamics of marble countertopsHoned vs. Polished-Why this choice plays an important role in maintaining your kitchen countertop Care and maintenance for the long haul The Beauty of Marble Can Last Forever.

Don’t wait until the last minute to do this online, join us and earn 2 Approved CEU class credits, meet other professionals, have fun and take home some SWAG too.