Need to earn a few continuing education credits for your AIA membership or state licensing requirement? CAMBEK makes it easy for you to earn 1 AIA learning unit (LU) covering an important “Health, Safety, & Welfare” (HSW) topic through our course offering. You’ll gain design inspiration and valuable insight into the construction, installation, and maintenance of custom wood garage doors while earning valuable credits throughout the year.
We made earning your LU|HSW credit easy and convenient. You can choose to complete your course via video conference or right at your location. One of our experienced garage door experts is happy to come to you!
Discover the design possibilities, see how custom garage doors are built and installed, and so much more by taking your next CE course with CAMBEK!
“Beauty & Sustainability: Custom Wood Garage Door Solutions”*
Experience the broad design flexibility and functionality of custom wood garage doors. This unique course helps you understand the range of possibilities, rules, and restrictions when designing a custom wood door, and how you can ensure the best outcome for your project without compromising design features, functionality, or budget. We’ll introduce you to the most important details and specifications to consider for any project, whether it’s a new build or renovation.
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*Course counts toward 1 LU|HSW credit. Any participant who completes the course will receive an AIA CE Certificate of Completion upon request.
Annual AIA Membership Continuing Education Requirements
18 Learning Units | 12 in Approved HSW Topics
AIA members are required to meet continuing education requirements every year to maintain their membership with the organization. These continuing education requirements are often in addition to a state’s CE requirements for renewing your license. If you are an architect working towards getting a license in your state, some AIA-approved courses can count toward your licensure.
AIA and State Requirements for Continuing Education
Depending on the state in which you are licensed to be an architect, you may require anywhere from 5-36 hours of continuing education, 75% of which must cover “Health, Safety, & Welfare” topics.
Find your state’s requirements for continuing education on the AIA website.
How the AIA Measures Continuing Education
Continuing education is measured in Learning Units (LUs), where one hour of continuing education earns an architect one LU. All AIA Architect and International Associate members are required to complete 18 LUs from registered AIA/CES providers every year. 12 of the 18 LUs must be in the topic areas of health, safety, and welfare, and all credits must be finished by the end of each year.
Still have LUs to earn by the end of the year? Schedule your course with CAMBEK today!