Whirlpool Corporation is pleased to sponsor a new CEU course focused on the laundry room. The course is the latest in Hanley Wood University’s diverse offering of continuing education courses for architects, builders and designers.
The course, titled Whole House Appliances: Designing an Innovative, Multi-Purpose Laundry Room, is now live on Hanley Wood University. The laundry room is one of the most sought-after features1 for homeowners, which is why Whirlpool Corporation sponsored a course to help industry professionals design and build laundry rooms that serve buyers’ ever-changing needs. The course focuses on how today’s laundry rooms are being used, and how architects and builders can leverage new technology advances in washers and dryers to help homeowners make the most of this space.
Whole House Appliances: Designing an Innovative, Multi-Purpose Laundry Room
Here are the learning objectives for the course:
- Examine how laundry rooms are used as multi-purpose rooms that save time and reduce stress for homeowners.
- Explore how an optimized, beautiful laundry room can boost homeowner satisfaction and meet accessibility standards.
- Identify new, innovative technologies for washers and dryers that improve accessibility and wellness.
- Analyze how homeowners and builders can benefit from using the wholehouse approach to purchase appliances when specifying for new or existing construction.
You can learn more and register for the course here. For more information about Whirlpool Corporation and how its portfolio of brands can help you succeed, no matter your role, visit the Count on Us page.