Organized Living Teaches Architects How to Maximize Small Spaces in a New Continuing Education Course through Hanley Wood University

Organized Living launches an AIA approved online continuing education course for architects that delivers information on high quality organizing systems for residential homes and multifamily applications. It specifically explores universal design, green storage options and how best to select a high quality storage system to maximize space.

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Architects are looking for educational opportunities to gain knowledge and understanding of new technology, applications and methods. The Organized Living course delivers all of those relevant to the storage and organization category.

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) October 16, 2013

Organized Living, a leading manufacturer of high quality storage systems, now offers a course for architects that is approved by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System (CES). The free course is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at Hanley Wood University. Architects who complete the course and pass the test receive one learning unit (LU).

The course, titled “Making the Most of Small Spaces with High Quality Storage Systems,” helps architects acquire new knowledge and skills in a category that is tremendously important to today’s home buyers and renters. Key learning objectives include:

  • Information on organizing systems for residential homes and multifamily applications; specifically exploring adjustable shelving units.
  • How best to select a high quality storage system that maximizes small spaces.
  • How to choose building products that are cost effective to install and also meet or exceed the expectations of current and future clients; whether they be Millennials or seniors.
  • An understanding of design requirements for storage spaces stipulated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the concept of Universal Design.

“Architects are looking for educational opportunities to gain knowledge and understanding of new technology, applications and methods. The Organized Living course delivers all of those relevant to the storage and organization category,” explained Dan Brezine, national sales manager for commercial residential division at Organized Living. “Plus architects can stay up to date on new products available in storage and organization, learn best practices, and finally, think creatively and develop new ideas.”

In addition to online courses, Organized Living offers in-person seminars. To learn more about Organized Living’s registered course, visit http://organizedliving.com/professionalsmain/professionals/architects/tools-support. Schedule an Organized Living lunch and learn in your area, contact us at 513.277.3716 or email sales(at)organizedliving(dot)com.

About Hanley Wood University
Hanley Wood, LLC, is the premier media and information company serving housing and construction, and Hanley Wood University is the leading continuing education source for architects. A Registered Provider with the American Institute of Architects’ Continuing Education System, it provides residential and commercial construction professionals with the continuing education and training programs they need to obtain credits, earn certifications and maintain association partnerships. For more information, visit http://www.hanleywooduniversity.com.

About Organized Living
Organized Living brings superior storage and organization to the world through strong products, strong people and strong brand, helping people organize their lives. From the closet to the kitchen to the garage, Organized Living offers high-quality, innovative storage and organization products that make everyday life easier and sells through professionally installing dealers, retailers and online retailers. http://www.OrganizedLiving.com.

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