Legrand North and Central America has announced the latest in its series of continuing education courses titled, “Designing for Intelligent, High Performance Data Centers.”
The course seeks to address the following objectives, review current technology trends as they relate to data centers; commercial buildings and sustainability; define the term Intelligent Building; explore opportunities and challenges presented by Intelligent Buildings; illustrate how LEED and sustainable design principles support Intelligent High Performance data centers; and identify high performance solutions for data center design.
The course is an addition to a library of resources offered by Legrand through the online education site, AEC Daily. All courses are available for immediate access through the site as a method to earn continuing education credits from a variety of accrediting organizations, including GBCI. Professionals seeking continuing education units for the reaccreditation of their LEED Accredited Professional or LEED Green Associate can earn 1 unit from this course.
“At Legrand we are committed to not only designing industry leading products, but also to being a provider of resources for our customers and key industry stakeholders to help enable their long-term success,” states Susan Rochford, vice president, energy efficiency, sustainability & public policy, Legrand North and Central America. “By focusing on key topical areas that are of importance to the markets our customers serve, we believe these educational resources can be an additional asset in addressing the challenges of providing the best performing solutions possible.”
To download the course and view other Legrand continuing educational resources, visit the AEC Daily website. All courses take approximately one hour and require a test at the conclusion of the presentation of materials to obtain credit.