Online CEU courses provided by Jenn-Air by expert instructors allow you to continue your quest to be the best by keeping up on the latest information in your field. The courses provide continuing education in accordance with the AIA, IDCEC and NKBA.
The courses feature secured online enrollment, 24/7 viewing at your convenience, source to materials and online exam.
Certificates are sent upon completion.
Learn how to match kitchen design with generational needs and preferences, including the multi-generational family.
Explore cooking appliances, new technologies, how technologies impact the placement of the appliance and the surrounding storage space for the appliance, and LED lighting.
Get creative with small kitchens. Learn how to create multi-tasking centers, incorporate multi-functional appliances and expand "visual space."
Increase the value of your kitchen design solutions by considering technology innovations that enhance the comfort or increase the convenience of rooms you create. Explore items such as operational cabinet hardware, multi-height gathering area furniture, appliance technology and energy-efficient lighting systems.
While these new appliances are popular with homeowners planning a new kitchen, they test the planner's space management talents. "Where to put them?" is a new question challenging kitchen specialists. This detailed equipment discussion will be followed by practical "how to" information about where these new innovative appliances might be located in both large and small spaces.
Regardless of the type of entertaining space, kitchen planners need to ask more questions to learn what the prospective client really means when they say, "We entertain in our kitchen." The specialist must also be familiar with unique appliances designed to make entertaining easy for the hostess, and have a good grasp of how much seating and standing space is required for people to comfortably gather together in.
Whether Contemporary or Traditionally styled, today's sophisticated kitchens require careful appliance location detailing. While many kitchen designers do not provide the appliances, product knowledge and planning expertise around these important pieces of equipment is highly valued by today's consumer. Therefore, kitchen experts need to be well versed in the details of appliance operation, and be creative when locating them in the plan.
Designers know the kitchen is the heart of the home ... however, an intriguing trend is emerging – for many homes, a second support kitchen is being requested.