FireRock AIA Courses

FireRock is proud to offer a series of AIA-accredited courses through webinars and in-person lunch & learns

  • Masonry Fireplaces
  • Steel Windows & Doors
  • Slate Roofing
  • Wood Flooring
  • Masonry Fireplaces
  • Steel Windows & Doors
  • Slate Roofing
  • Wood Flooring
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FireRock Continuing Education

See below for descriptions and times on upcoming FireRock AIA courses. All of our courses accredit 1 LU/HSW to the attendee.

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Pre-Engineered Masonry Fireplace & Chimney Systems

FireRock Fireplace AIA Course

AIA Course Request

  • Identify materials used to manufacture pre-engineered masonry fireplaces (PEMF)
  • Define major components and best use applications
  • Classify applicable testing, enhanced safety and code compliance
  • Compare and contrast the 3 primary fireplace installation materials


Steel Windows & Doors

Steel FireRock AIA Course

AIA Course Request

  • Understand history of steel and the influence of fire protection and energy efficiency
  • Identify characteristics of the materials and methods used to manufacture steel windows and doors
  • Explain how those materials and methods influence performance and longevity
  • Discuss common regulatory and environmental standards

Slate Roofing

Slate FireRock AIA CourseAIA Course Request

  • Discuss slate fundamentals, such as natural resources, slate tile manufacturing,
    and the environmental impact of using slate as a roofing material
  • Recognize when the use of slate is appropriate in building design and renovation
  • Identify slate characteristics and key information needed for specifying slate
  • Gain introductory knowledge of slate roof installation

Solid & Engineered Wood Flooring

Hardwood Flooring FireRock AIA Course

AIA Course Request

  • Define sustainable characteristics of wood flooring throughout the prodcut life cycle
  • Explain the impact of responsible wood products and strength testing
  • Outline the 2 common types of wood flooring and their differences
  • Discuss wood flooring applications, finishing methods and today's most popular finishes