LTI Educator Provider Program - 9 CEUs
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LTI Educator Provider Program - 9 CEUs

4/23/2019 to 4/24/2019
When: April 23-24, 2019
Where: 1947 Bill Casey Parkway
Jonesboro, Georgia  30236
United States
Contact: Autumn Davis

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CEUs: 9

Learning Objectives

Consultants will walk away with knowledge related to trends in the virtual reality world and how to use augmented reality storytelling to present projects to customers. We'll also discuss Revit and NSF vs. UL listings. Additionally, the group will collaborate and share their experiences around hot and cold pans, Corian vs. quartz and other topics that are a part of our day-to-day interactions. 

LTI just opened its state-of-the-art headquarters. Participants will tour the building and see many projects in production. They'll learn about our latest serving technologies, including efficiencies gained from the move. 


Tuesday, April 23

New Factory Tour

AR/VR How to up your game with project presentation tools. The Latest Breakthroughs in Foodservice Design Visualization: Virtual reality with VizRepublic takes the client anywhere, offering trend-setting facility design and innovative storytelling through immersive digital interactive experience.

Revit: Discussion panel on the issues surrounding manufacturers labeling and filing of symbols. How to draw custom counters in REVIT.

UL/NSF: What’s the real story behind who is who and what should you believe? NSF, UL, ETL (Intertek), CE and other international listings. Learn the testing procedures for NSF 4 and NSF7 in LTI’s new lab.

Stainless Steel: Discussion on the different series and gauges of stainless. What are the impacts of the tariffs on stainless steel and other materials?

Wednesday, April 24

Corian vs. Quartz: Learn about alternate materials to Quartz (engineered stone) from an industry expert. What’s next?

Lessons and comparisons of hot wells, cold pans and hot/cold wells.

Hard-to-Find Products: They just don’t make them like they used to or they just don’t make them anymore?

Learn what the Southern California Edison is all about.

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