Quick Drain USA has developed a program for architects, interior designers and construction professionals where AIA CES learning credits can be earned.

Quick Drain USA has announced that architects, interior designers and construction professionals can earn online and/or active participation AIA CES learning credits for the architectural specification of the ADA-compliant ProLine Drain.

“The AIA developed the continuing education system to emphasize participation in professional learning opportunities that enable architects and interior designers to stay current by mastering new skills and continuing to gain knowledge,” Quick Drain noted. “With the list of high-profile project specifications continuing to roll out, more and more attention became focused on the ProLine Drain. The next logical step was to further increase awareness on the time and labor-saving installation benefits and unlimited design possibilities by offering AIA CES credits as a way to improve and revitalize the industry,” the company concluded.

For more information, call (866) 998-6685; or visit www.quickdrainusa.com.