Local Continuing Education SeminarsFebruary
01 | Spotlight on Design: The Legacy of Lawrence Halprin
02 | CRAN – Shear Walls & Lateral Bracing in Light Frame Construction
04 | Construction Documents & Services - Legal
09 | Innovations in Development: Examples from Across America
11 | Programming, Planning + Practice
15 | APT member: A Talk With Dr. Lynn Kelly
15 | CRAN – Passive House Panel Discussion
16 | "The Memory Code" – A Talk with Dr. Lynne Kelly
16 | The Memory Code - Book Purchase
23 | Celebrating Black History Month: A special event honoring Paul Revere Williams, FAIA
23 | Manufacturing a Socialist Modernity: Housing in Czechoslovakia, 1945-1960
25 | Site Planning + Design
25 | Tour: The ASLA Center for Landscape Architecture
27 | Smart Growth: Designing Buzzard Point
02 | LEED v4 and Beyond
03 | Building Enclosure Workshop: First and Operational Cost Savings through Envelope Design
04 | Tour: Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
07 | Architects Across Generations
11 | ARE: Building Design and Construction Systems
14 | On a Path to Zero Energy Construction: Passive House & Building Workshop
14 | Women in Architecture Lecture Series 2017: Resilience and Civic Culture
18 | ARE Exam Series: Practice Management
18 | Tour: Duke Ellington School of the Arts
24 | Risk Management – Should I Go or Should I Not Go?
24-25 | Public Interest Design Institute
27 | Women in Architecture Lecture Series 2017: The Economics of Resilience
31 | ARE Prep Series: Non-AIA member
31 | ARE Prep Series: AIA member
31 | ARE: Structural Systems
Additional Continuing Education OpportunitiesOur Local Partner Chapters
Both AIA|DC and AIA Potomac Valley offer a variety of local, in-person seminars, programs and other educational opportunities.
The national componenet offers programs and serves as a clearinghouse for CES opportunities. Their website provides detailed information about continuing education programs. This is an easy way to find educational activities offered by CES registered providers, as well as online and distance education opportunities.
AIA Virginia presents their Architecture Exchange East every fall and other continuing education sessions during the year in various locations throughout the state. For more information check their website.
The National Building Museum
Located at 4th and F Streets NW in downtown Washington, the Building Museum offers numerous lectures and presentations that provide Continuing Education Hours (CEHs). For a complete list of their events, visit their website or call (202) 272-2448.
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
NCARB's Professional Development Program offers a self study monograph series, which allows architects to learn at their own pace and earn learning units, including HSW hours. The series of monographs addresses a wide range of health, safety, and welfare topics related to new and evolving aspects of architectural technology, technical systems, and regulation.
DesignDC is a three-day conference offering continuing education sessions and an exhibit hall, produced by AIA|DC, AIA Potomac Valley, AIA Northern Virginia and the USGBC National Capital Region. For information, visit the conference website.
The AIA Trust offers both Self Assessment Tests and webinars for continuing education credit.
Hanley Wood University
Hanley Wood University provides free online continuing education and training programs.
Architectural Record's Continuing Education Center offers online courses and a course library. Important note: only eight articles per year can count toward your annual requirement of 18 CEHs.