Garden State Tile CEU Offerings
Do you need solutions for various tile and stone installations? Are there concerns with moisture management for installations
in wet applications, the need for speed with rapid sets or self-leveling for today’s large format tiles? Maybe those in your
firm need to be aware of the newest ANSI standards including G2 and DCOF. Due to the ever-changing construction industry and the
need for improved standards, knowledge is the best defense in the prevention of potential issues that can occur from the drawing
board to the field, not to mention achieving the necessary learning credits for today’s professionals.
Please contact Garden State Tile to schedule your next CEU accredited lunch and learn on any of the topics below. When
inquiring about any of our CEU offerings, please include your city and state so we may expedite your inquiry. Garden State Tile
is always ready to educate!
CURRENT CEU OFFERINGS:
CROSSVILLE — (Only available in CT, NJ, Eastern PA, DE, Charleston, SC & Savannah, GA.)
- 017 Value Analysis
Compares value engineering vs. value analysis. Flooring selection and tile demonstrate the process.
Credits: AIA 1LU/HSW, IDCEC 1 HR (CEU-106459), GBCI 1.0 CE (920013496)
- 018 Exterior Tile Installations
Teaches the benefits of ceramic tile as an exterior material, installation considerations, techniques and best practices.
Credits: AIA 1LU/HSW, IDCEC 1 HR (CEU-106461)
- 019 Porcelain Tile Panels: Technology & Applications
Reviews Porcelain Tile Panels, how they are made, the benefits, ANSI standards, and installation guidelines.
Credits: AIA 1LU/HSW, IDCEC 1 HR (CEU-106482)
- 020 Porcelain Tile Panels: Specification & Use
Reviews a cost benefit analysis of porcelain tile panels, steps for specification and installation considerations.
Credits: AIA 1LU/HSW, IDCEC 1 HR (CEU-102602), GBCI 1.0 CE (920014114)
- 021 Sustainable Outcomes
Presents the current concerns of specified finish materials potential risk to the environment and human health. Explore the overall benefits porcelain tile may provide including LEED and Green Squared certification.
Credits: AIA 1LU, IDCEC 1 HR (CEU-106694), GBCI 1.0 CE (920014075)
- 022 Glass Tile Installations — Specification & Use
Presents the many applications for glass tile, the history of glass and its benefits as a surface tile. Teaches important specification consid-erations and installation steps for a success project.
Credits: AIA 1LU, IDCEC 1 HR (CEU-106699)
- 023 Design Evolution: How Porcelain Revolutionizes the Countertop World
Reviews materials currently available for countertops and presents the properties and benefits of porcelain in a countertop application.
Credits: AIA 1LU/HSW, IDCEC 1 HR (CEU-108413), GBCI 1.0 CE (920018689)
- 024 Specification of Tile (AIA)
Shares the basics of porcelain tile and its properties as well as critical considerations for specification.
Credits: AIA 1LU, IDCEC 1 HR (CEU-105008)
- BOS106 Urethane Grout Technology
- BOS108 Best Practices & Guidelines for Tile Installations
- BOS110 A Guide for the successful Installation of Glue-Down Hardwood Flooring
- BOS111 Glass Tile Essentials
- BOS114 Guide for Successful Installation of Thin Gauged Porcelain Tile Panels on Interior Walls & Floors
OCEANSIDE GLASS TILE
- MAP001 Multi-Purpose Thin-Set Mortar Myth
- MAP005 General Surface Preparation
- MAP006A Grouting for Success
- MAP024 Waterproofing: Key to Avoiding Costly Failures
- MAP025A Intro to Moisture Mitigation
- MAP026 Self-Leveling Underlayments and Toppings
- MAP029 Crack and Sound Membranes
- MAP030 When Epoxy Grout is a Better Choice
- MAP040 TCNA & ANSI: Specifying Successful Tile & Stone Systems by the Book
- MAP046 Hospitality
- MAP047 LHT Mortar & ANSI Mortar Designations
- MAP051 Tile & Stone Installation Systems
- MAP052 Movement Joints in Tile & Stone Installation
- MAP053 Healthcare – Floor Finished By Design
- MAP054 Exterior Tile Installations
- MAP055 Gauged Porcelain Tile Systems
- Moisture Management in Tiled Showers
- Maximizing Tile Installations with Trim Profiles
- Challenges & Solutions for Today’s Ceramic and Stone Installations
- The Uncoupling Principle