Both in-person and via webinars, Kalamazoo provides frequent sessions on outdoor kitchen design. Our goal is to raise the standard of excellence in the field of outdoor kitchen design and to share best practices. Our courses are totally brand agnostic — they do not promote our products, nor do they educate about the specifics of any of our products.
We currently offer a popular and well-received "100-level" course simply called, Winning Outdoor Kitchen Design. We are developing materials for more advanced courses and more focused topics. See below to register for upcoming webinar sessions.
The course is approved for continuing education units (CEU) or professional development hours (PDH) by the following national design associations:
Please note, there are two levels of registration and fees:
Registered Professional Partners may attend for $30
Standard registration is $60
Call us at 800.868.1699 for information about becoming a registered professional partner.
I want to thank you for the very worthwhile webinar on designing the outdoor kitchen that you presented today. As a retired teacher, I found it very well paced and informative. Any person, professional or not, should see your presentation before embarking on creating an outdoor eating area, ranging from a simple cooking spot to the most elaborate outdoor emporium. The accompanying guides are perfect, and you did not just present an advertisement of your product line, though they are well known in the design business to be among the best, but a well rounded explanation of how to produce the best experience. — William Healy, APLD, Chair of the Landscape Awards Committee
Innovation is at the heart of every Kalamazoo product. Each part of the collection — from grills and pizza ovens to refrigeration and cabinetry — represents a significant departure from the established norm. Our passion for outdoor cooking and our fiercely independent design philosophy drive us to establish new industry benchmarks. Consequently, our list of exclusives and innovations speaks for itself.