On-Demand Continuing Education Webinar and Lecture Archive
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.
2020 Recently Added
Small Firm Seminar Series, Volume 1
Balancing Act | The Business, Science, and Art of Practice
Join the AIA Pennsylvania Small Firm Exchange (SFxPA) for volume one of the small firm seminar series with topics that span the business, art, and science that is the everyday reality of practice for the small firm “archipreneur” balancing it all. Attendees will walk away with tangible resources and insights to optimize their workflows and inspire their practices courtesy of experienced practitioners who have their pulse on the challenges and opportunities of small firms. Content is geared to small-mid size firms or those seeking to start their own firm.
Citizen Architect Town Hall Series
Ahead of the upcoming election season, get in the civic spirit with the AIA Pennsylvania! Throughout the series, AIA Pennsylvania will provide updates on state and federal initiatives and resources to help members position themselves as trusted resources for their clients, communities, and elected officials as the country begins to reopen and reimagine alternatives in the built environment.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear how the AIA is working behind the scenes to strengthen and build relationships with legislators and partners to ensure the industry has the strongest foundation to bounce back.
Secrets to Awards Success Series
Looking to take a more intentional approach to share the story of your firm’s work this awards season? Take a step back to set up your awards submission for success with tips and tricks from AIA Pennsylvania’s Committee on Design, Committee on the Environment, and members with an award winning track record. Whether you’re evaluating the social, economic, and environmental values in your project or just have a great story to tell, learn how other firms make their submissions stand out to the jury.
Addressing Architects FAQs | The Anatomy of Licensee Complaints
Join this webinar where we address architects’ frequently asked questions about unlicensed and unethical practice complaints. This webinar will cover what defines unlicensed practice, how to file a complaint, the investigation process, and the appropriate disciplinary actions that follow.
Looking for COVID-19 focused sessions?
Get the most comprehensive update on Pennsylvania’s newly adopted 2015 I-Codes including commercial, MEP, and residential code provisions from code experts including UCC Review and Advisory Council members. Philadelphia’s 2018 IBC (International Building Code) changes are covered in the commercial session of the virtual seminar.
Nearly 100%* of in-person attendees would recommend this seminar to their colleagues. Almost all attendees agreed that the seminar included real-life, practical examples and anecdotes that were applicable to their careers.
*Data gleaned from feedback collected during 2018’s Cued into Codes Seminars (Central PA, Pittsburgh)
Looking to establish better relationships with your coworkers and cut through the noise to communicate the value of your services to clients? Register to stream AIA Philadelphia’s Women in Architecture program, “Express Yourself: Boost Your Communication Skillz.” Dr. Patricia Scott, named one of the top 100 speakers for 2018 in Inc. Magazine, shares her ACORN Communication Strategy.
Identify and understand key issues in transferring ownership that have been identified by thought leaders in the profession. Learn how to value a professional services firm and pinpoint the key valuation and operating benchmarks for Architectural firms. Determine which exit strategy is best for you and your firm.
Tune in to this webinar from the Department of General Services’ Bureau of Diversity, Inclusion & Small Business Opportunities (BDISBO) to determine the selections criteria and eligibility requirements for Small Diverse Businesses (SDBs).The Department of General Services also provides an update on the formula for procurement and the selections process.