Registered AIA CEU Providers interested in presenting to our AIA Amarillo members, fellow architects, designers, engineers, craftsmen, contractors, and guests, please see the opportunity we have below.
CONTINUING EDUCATION PROVIDERS

Product Representatives -

If you are a registered AIA Continuing Education Provider with a keen knowledge of the products you represent and would like to share your knowledge with our local building design and construction community, we have options available to help you reach your audience.  Our members look to recognized names and brands for quality continuing education, innovative products and new services.  We hope you would consider hosting a Lunch & Learn in our area to share your expertise and new ideas.

For more information, contact -

Tony Fazzone

AIA Amarillo - VP of Development

@ 806.378.8621



Upcoming
Continuing Education
&

Events

Llano Cemetery Tour
10/19/2019 3:30pm - 5:30pm
TOUR START:  Llano Cemetery, Pantheon Mausoleum, 2900 S. Hayes St.
TOUR END:  Six Car Pub & Brewery, 625 S. Polk St. 
  • Earn 2 Hr LU (Continuing Education)


Course No. A278101919
Llano Cemetery Tour led by Executive Director Mark Blankenship of the Llano Cemetery Association

Mark Blankenship offers two riding tours of the cemetery to be followed by a video presentation on Guy Carlander and Margaret Seewald-Roberts in the Administration Building. Take one riding tour or both. We are to meet at the Pantheon Mausoleum at 3:30 pm. Arrive early. This presentation is open to all Design and Construction Professionals. AIA membership is not required. Social Meetup will follow at Six Car Pub & Brewery. AIA Amarillo Members receive two free drink vouchers. Additional information can be found below.

Texas Continuing Education Requirements

 

All registrants must complete at least twelve Continuing Education Program Hours (CEPH) per renewal period. All 12 CEPH must include the study of subjects related to your profession and be pertinent to the health, safety, and welfare of the public.

  • At least one of the twelve hours must be related to sustainable or energy-efficient design
  • At least one of the twelve hours must be related to barrier-free design.
  • At least eight of the twelve hours must be structured activities, (classroom/classroom equivalent)
  • A maximum of four hours may be self-directed.

 

Complete Rules: 

http://www.tbae.state.tx.us/Registrants/ContinuingEducationRequirements

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