Benjamin Moore’s contribution to continuing education

December 06, 2021

We can paint over mistakes, freshen things up with a coat of paint, or even paint ourselves into a corner. Paint is everywhere in the English language because paint is, well, everywhere. Most people think of paint as merely a vehicle for color. But building professionals know that coatings are more than a pretty surface. They’re a layer of pure performance.

Benjamin Moore has been in the business of protecting and enhancing architectural surfaces since 1883. 10 in-house laboratories test, research, and develop innovative products to express your design vision under the toughest conditions. As a leader in the coatings industry, Benjamin Moore has a deep commitment to sharing technical expertise and global design insights with the A&D community. Designers and specifiers can tap into this wealth of intelligence through Benjamin Moore’s 40+ continuing education courses. And you can access them all on for free!

On the performance side, you’ll find courses about the science of paint formulation, pigments, performance factors, and how to specify coatings to avoid common failures. Subject matter experts also provide guidance on coatings and LEED certification, indoor air quality, and sustainability standards.

On the color side, Benjamin Moore’s design researchers report on emerging color trends, the effects of light on color, the science of color, and color for the aging eye. For those wanting a deeper dive, there are courses on historical color palettes and color theories.

Benjamin Moore’s dedication to Leadership, Innovation, and Performance continuously creates new insights into how to make architectural coatings better and more beautiful. Consult the experts and take one of their courses today!