AIA opens limited slots for Life Safety, LED Technology and Practice Law CES program

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Only 30 registration slots have been opened by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Indiana for its Life Safety, LED Technology and Practice law program on Dec. 13, from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm.

Trainings will be held in the Ball State Center at 50 S Meridian Street, Indianapolis; with four sessions to be conducted by the following speakers:

  • Craig Healey, Blue Water Technologies – How LED Technology Affects Design
  • Andrew Batt, HILTI Fire Protection Specialist – Life Safety 101
  • William Kelley, Jr., Drewry Simmons Vornehm LLP – Practice Law and Ethics; and 2017 Changes to AIA Contract Documents

Attendees will be given four AIA/Continuing Education System (CES) Learning Units, and one Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) Unit.

Registration can be done online and will close on Dec. 12. Fees are $50.00 for the organization’s members and $65 for non-members, breakfast included.

Under the CES requirements, registered architects and landscape architects in the state of Indiana must accomplish 24 contact hours every two years. Out of these 24 hours, 16 hours must be related to HSW and obtained through participating in structured educational activities. No carryover is permitted.

At the end of every CES training, certificates are issued for compilation. These certificates will be presented to the licensing board when architects or landscape architects renew their license. The deadline for achieving hours in 2017 is Dec. 31.