NFRC Offers Free Course on Rating and Labeling System – One AIA Credit Awarded for Completion

Date: 14 August 2014
Source: NFRC
The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) has created a free video course, titled “NFRC 101: How the NFRC Rating and Labeling System Works,” for anyone with a need to evaluate the efficiency of windows, explain the benefits of window ratings, or for those who want to make an educated shopping choice.  This course will show you how NFRC’s energy performance ratings and labeling systems serve as the nation’s primary mechanism for achieving or exceeding fenestration building energy code compliance.The program, which is approximately 30 minutes long, qualifies for 1 continuing education credit from the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Following the video, a link to a 15 question quiz will provide eligible viewers with the method for receiving the AIA credit.

“NFRC’s online module is convenient for learning the basics about window energy performance,” said Tom Herron, NFRC’s Senior Manager, Communications and Marketing. “It’s a valuable tool for consumers who are new to the topic and industry professionals looking for a refresher.”

After completion, viewers will know how to interpret the NFRC label; appreciate how NFRC relates to regional, national, and international building energy codes; and understand how the full procedures and testing process works to result in the independent NFRC ratings.

In addition to this online program, NFRC also has a series of programs and presentations available to groups on request – either in person or via webinar. The full list of available programs can be found on the NFRC website at Contact Tom Herron at 240-821-9505 for more information. 

About NFRC

NFRC is a non-profit organization that administers a voluntary, uniform rating, labeling, and certification system for the energy performance of windows, doors, curtain walls, skylights, and other fenestration products. Its members include manufacturers, suppliers, utilities, consumer groups, representatives from the building and code industries, scientific and educational organizations, and government agencies.

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