Continuing Education

AHC Hardwood Group works in concert with several professional organizations to keep you connected with continuing education opportunities. From time to time, we host or offer CEUs to our customers and professionals within the architecture, building and design industries. Additionally, many courses are available 24 hours a day via links to online providers, or through online registration for specifically scheduled web courses.

Red Grandis: The Hardwood of the Future

This CEU explains the benefits of using wood from sustainably managed forests and plantations. This course is recognized for CEU credits under many organizations, including, but not limited to, AIA and the US Green Building Council. Red grandis offers an ecological alternative to many tropical hardwoods. Versatile and strong, this beautiful hardwood is 100% FSC® certified. Visit the Continuing Education Center at Architecture + Construction to view this course:

American Hardwoods and Their Role in Carbon-Neutral Design

In this free course you will learn about the science surrounding hardwoods, the significant role of wood in the environment, and how to integrate it into sustainable building design. At the conclusion of the session, attendees can be confident knowing that when they choose North American hardwoods, they are selecting a quintessentially green material that is ever-renewing, abundant and sustainable. For this self-paced course, visit American Training Solutions at the link below:

Thermally Modified Hardwood and its Role in Architectural Design

Provided by the Hardwood Manufacturer’s Association, this presentation provides information about the thermal modification process and discusses the environmental advantages and performance features of thermally modified hardwood. Thermally modified hardwood is showcased in both indoor and outdoor applications. At the conclusion, specifiers will be comfortable sourcing this unique building material. To register for this webinar, visit American Training Solutions at the link below: