RoseWater Energy Group, a developer of intelligent energy management systems, has announced that its new course, Providing Protection Via Power Management for Luxury Homes, focusing on the significance of stable and reliable power, has been approved by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for Continuing Education Units (CEU) in the Health, Wellness, and Safety category.
The course, designated RW2023, is now available and aims to educate architects on the role of power quality in enhancing the homeowner’s experience, elevating safety standards, and supporting the seamless integration of technology in the home.
“Inconsistent power can pose challenges to the proper functioning of crucial devices such as health monitors, home security systems, and access to vital resources like Wi-Fi and networks for work, play, and education,” says David Laikind, VP of RoseWater Energy.
“Our course aims to tackle these challenges head-on, providing architects with the knowledge and strategies to incorporate power solutions from the design phase.”
The course outlines four key learning objectives:
- Differentiate between power quality and power storage
- Understand the daily implications of poor power quality
- Analyze various methods of protecting the electrical infrastructure of the home
- Design a home power management framework
Following the recent ‘Train the Trainers’ webinar, many of RoseWater’s manufacturer representatives are now certified to teach the course, thereby expanding its reach and impact.
This course offers an introductory level of learning, and no prior knowledge is required. Its focus on electricity as an integral component of health, safety, and well-being makes it a timely and relevant addition to AIA’s CEU offerings.
“We’re excited to bring this knowledge to the architecture and building communities,” adds Laikind.
“Our ultimate aim is to enhance the homeowner’s experience and ensure their homes are future ready.”