AIA/CES: Continuing Education
AIA Hampton Roads is an "AIA CES Registered Provider" of continuing education programs for members
This means that AIA Hampton Roads is one of more than 2500 educational providers within the AIA/CES systems made up of AIA Chapters, affiliate organizations, manufacturers, universities, other non-profit organizations and government agencies. Our goal is to provide the best available continuing education opportunities to our membership and related industry professionals.
New! Click here for an updated FAQ Sheet on AIA Continuing Professional Education.
Look for the AIA/CES provider logo to denote AIA CES programs.
When you see the AIA/CES logo advertised in conjunction with our educational seminars, workshops, and conferences you'll know the specific program has been registered through the AIA CES system. If a program is registered, this means that all members who register and attend will have their time recorded for credit by the provider (eg. AIA Hampton Roads). AIA/CES records are kept on file with the University of Oklahoma where transcripts are maintained for all AIA members.
For non-AIA members, AIA Hampton Roads will provide a certificate of completion upon request for all AIA/CES programs offered by the Chapter.
Remember, all active AIA members must successfully complete 18 learning unit (LU) hours each year, with at least 8 LU hours relating to health, safety and welfare (HSW).
Click here for more information regarding AIA Continuing Education, Learning Units, Health Saftey and Welfare (HSW) and Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE).
Visit our upcoming events calendar to plan around your busy schedule
Visit our Upcoming Events listing to register for AIA Hampton Roads continuing education programs and to learn about other educational programs of interest within the community. As you view our calendar, look for the drop down box labeled Display All Event Types and click on AIA CES Event for a listing of AIA/CES programs registered by AIA Hampton Roads. We've also tried to include programs offered by CES providers other than AIA Hampton Roads as they become available.
Self-Report those programs you attend that are not registered with AIA/CES
If a program is not offered by AIA Hampton Roads or another AIA/CES registered provider, AIA members have the option of self-reporting independent activities or research. The intent of this activity must be educational in nature and related to new knowledge in reference to their practice of architecture.
Click here to be linked to the AIA National web site for a refresher on the Self-Report form.
Click here to view your transcript and complete your AIA/CES self-report form online through the AIA National Component web site. After you enter your AIA member number you will be directed to a site to view your transcript online, fill out your online self-report form, and many other AIA CES options.
Information for Educational Program Providers
If you and/or your firm are providers of quality educational programming and can offer speakers on related industry topics and issues of concern to local AIA members and design industry professionals, we'd like to hear from you to explore future programming opportunities. You might also want to learn more about becoming a local Affiliate Partner. One of the benefits of local Affiliate Partnership within AIA Hampton Roads is the opportunity to connect with AIA members through programs such as our "lunch and learns," annual Speaker's Meeting, Scholarship Golf Tournament and involvement in Architecture Week. If you are already a member, be sure to stay involved and share your expertise.
If your company or architectural firm is a regular provider (throughout the year) of educational programs geared to architects you might want to explore becoming an AIA/CES Registered Provider. Information on the AIA/CES Provider Program can be found on the AIA national web site. Click here to learn whether this program might be right for your organization.