Continuing Education

National Gypsum provides the architectural community continuing education credits through both online and onsite educational programs related to product application, technical standards and industry trends. All programs qualify for AIA learning units.

  • Gypsum Board: Beyond Recycled Content

    AEC Daily

    AEC438
    AIA/CES Learning units:
    1HSW/LU

    Provides an overview of the characteristics of gypsum board that allow it to contribute to sustainably designed buildings, a look at methods for ensuring continued healthy indoor air and eliminating waste.

  • Cement Board and Exterior Finishing Systems

    AEC Daily

    AEC586
    AIA/CES Learning units:
    1HSW/LU

    Provides an overview of cement backer board, features and benefits, and versatile interior and exterior applications with a focus on exterior applications, including Cement Board Stucco Systems (CBSS) and Cement Board Masonry Veneer (CBMV). The program reviews CBSS and CBMV components and performance benefits

  • Advantages of Using Coverboards in Low Slope Roofing Assemblies

    AEC Daily

    AEC767
    AIA/CES Learning units:

    1HSW/LU

    Provides an overview of low-slope roof systems with a discussion on various cover board types and reasons for their use, including benefits, primary features and challenges. External factors such as weather and system abuse, natural and man-made, affect the long-term performance of all low slope roof systems. Based on required performance, appropriate product selections are explored.

  • Abuse and Impact Resistance Gypsum: Stronger and Safer Walls

    Ron Blank & Associates

    NGC09K
    AIA/CES Learning units:
    1HSW/LU

    This course reviews the ASTM C 1629 test standard for abuse and impact resistant gypsum and uses this data to distinguish between abuse resistant and impact resistant gypsum board. Learn how to specify the appropriate gypsum board when a project requires abuse or impact resistant properties.