AIA Continued Education

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As an architect, keeping your education and awareness of the industry up-to-date is both essential and legally required. State architecture boards and other professional associations, such as the American Institute of Architects (AIA), mandate that all members undergo a minimal amount of training each year.

If you’re just becoming licensed, some AIA-approved courses might count toward the experience requirement for your licensure. Gulf Group Solutions and Spoint1 offer a variety of ways to earn continuing education credits that make meeting your goals and licensing requirements interesting and convenient. We can bring the course to your firm, providing a convenient and accessible option for attendance. Additionally, our office in downtown Frederick, MD hosts classes throughout the year, offering attendees the chance to explore the charming city after the session.

Join us for one of our accredited classes below.

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Understanding and Specifying Engineered Wood Trusses

  • 1 LUIHSW

This course will provide a toolkit of understanding the design specifications and manufacturing details of engineered wood trusses. After an introduction of wood truss terminology, learners will gain insight into the advantages and disadvantages of engineered wood trusses. Participates will learn building code relevance, as...

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Understanding and Specifying Engineered Wood Floor Systems

  • 1 LUIHSW

The purpose of this course is to gain an understanding of engineered wood floor systems. This will include an overview of commonly used products, including wood floor joists, trusses, and beams, as well as the benefits and limitations of each.

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Understanding and Designing Wind Bracing for Residential Construction

  • 1 LUIHSW

This course will help you to understand braced wall requirements and how they impact the design of a house.

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