AIA/CES Continuing Education
AIA Honolulu is an "AIA CES Registered Provider" of continuing education programs for members. Our goal is to provide the best available continuing education opportunities to our membership and related industry professionals.
Visit our web page, State Licensing for Architects, for more information on how you can satisfy both AIA and State requirements for continuing education.
AIA Member Continuing Education Requirements
All active AIA members must successfully complete a minimum of 18 Learning Units (LUs) per calendar year. Of this total, 12 must meet the Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) criteria.
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For assistance, email AIA CES or call the AIA National office at (202) 626-7436.
State Mandatory Continuing Education Requirements
The renewal period for all Hawaii registered architects is April 30, 2014 (2016, 2018......) and Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) requirements will apply. Click here for more information.
Visit Upcoming Events & Plan your CEU
Visit our event calendar to view and register for upcoming AIA Honolulu continuing education programs. AIA members receive discounts to attend AIA educational events.
AIA/CES Provider Logo & Credits
When you see the AIA/CES logo advertised in conjunction with our educational program you'll know the specific program has been registered through the AIA CES system and for all AIA members that means that they will have their time recorded for credit by the provider (eg. AIA Honolulu).
For non-AIA members, AIA Honolulu can provide a certificate of completion upon request for all AIA/CES programs when AIA Honolulu is the AIA/CES Registered provider on record. The fee for a printed certificate for non-members is $20.
Click here to see if the provider is an AIA/CES Registered Provider.
Self-Report Your Credits
If a program is not offered by a registered provider, AIA members have the option of self-report 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 for a refresher on the Self-Report form. Click here to view your transcript and complete your AIA/CES self-report form online.
Are You Offering Educational Programs?
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.
If you don't have the space to offer one of these programs the AIA Honolulu | Center for Architecture offers a space that can be rented.
Click here to learn whether the AIA/CES Provider program might be right for your organization.
Assess Your Registered Program
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