COVID-19 On-Demand Continuing Education
These unprecedented times bring a lot of questions, and oftentimes the answers are not easily found. We consulted our trusted topic experts and tackled the areas most immediately affecting architecture firms. We hope you benefit from our webinar series offering insight to your HR, contractual, and technological curiosities and concerns. We invite you to tune in to these on-demand recordings to hear all of the best practices offered when it comes to managing your architecture firm during this business as not-so-usual time.
Back to Work: Guidance for Firms Managing the Construction Restart
As construction in Pennsylvania reopens on May 1st, AEC and employment law experts offer architects the path to developing a plan to get back to work that balances safety and efficiency of people and projects.
Virtual Town Hall Series: Addressing Architecture Firms’ FAQs on Business as Not-So-Usual | HR, Liability, and Contracts
AIA Pennsylvania’s dedicated legal and professional liability partners offer guidance and answers to FAQs on employment, contracts/liability, and best practices for insurance cost containment as it pertains to the COVID-19 pandemic. This course has been approved for 1 AIA LU.
The New Normal: AEC Cloud Desktops, Navigating the Virtualization Decision
Architects continually innovate to adapt to the demands of today. A modern cloud infrastructure delivers remote work capabilities, while fundamentally changing how architects structure, operate and manage their business. AIA PA’s Technology Partner offers guidance and answers to FAQs on how technology can enable remote working. This course has been approve for 1 AIA LU.
Virtual Town Hall Series: Business as Not-So-Usual, Firms Share their Remote Work Tips & Tricks
New to teleworking? This webinar features three architects from three different firms as they share their various experiences with working remotely – communication tools that work, how to collaborate with your team from afar, and programs and software that make it all possible. The course has been approved for 1 AIA LU.
AIA continuing education policy mandates that courses administered via distance or digital on-demand must pass a minimum 10 question quiz with an 80% score to receive credit. You may take the quiz until you receive an 80% pass rate. Michelle McKenna (717.236.4055 or firstname.lastname@example.org) will be notified when you have passed the quiz and report for AIA CE credit within 3 business days.