Ways to Earn Continuing Education Credits
Below are resources to earn AIA Continuing Education credits
AIA New Hampshire Educational Programs: AIA New Hampshire offers a variety of educational programs throughout the year including Chapter Meetings that involve building tours and educational presentaions, 2030 & Beyond seminars, Education Days, and other opportunities. See our programming calendar.
AIAU: AIAU features rigorously-curated content for architects, designers, builders, and others working in our diverse and evolving field. These online courses supplement events in your community, giving you learning you can access any time of day, from any place in the world with an Internet connection.
Attend the AIA Convention. The 2017 Convention is in Orlando, Apr 27-29. With nearly 200 seminars, 100 tours, 40 events, 800 exhibitors, there are plenty of opportunities to earn continuing education credits. Quick link to the education schedule.
Structured programs & CES Self Report Form: Participate in structured programs (i.e. classes, lectures, conferences and seminars) offered by organizations other than registered providers, and use a Self-Report Form to tabulate and report your learning units. See instructions in the PDF of the CES program for self-reporting.
In cooperation with AIA/CES, the AIA Trust provides opportunities for AIA Members to earn learning units in the areas of risk & financial management that relate to AIA Trust activities.
The BSA has a great deal of information about obtaining CEU credits on their website: www.architects.org/education
Free Online Continuing Education Center with a wide variety of courses to select from: AECDaily.com
Continuing Education through BNP Media