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Interaction Between Two Systems

Interaction Between the Two Systems

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The state of Florida automatically accepts all registered and approved AIA courses.

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AIA will accept all registered and approved courses by AIA Registered Providers (AIA Florida is a Registered Provider). Courses by non-AIA Providers or Self-Designed Activities can be submitted by using the AIA/CES Self-Report Form for AIA renewal only. DBPR does not accept self-reported activity. The AIA/CES policy states that an architect can only take the same course from the same provider once every 3 years.

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AIA Florida only registers its courses with the AIA and not with the state of Florida, since the state of Florida automatically accepts all AIA registered and approved courses.

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AIA maintains a transcript for each AIA member, for AIA provided CE, which can be downloaded from the ­CES Discovery­ system.

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There are no transcripts for the state. It is the responsibility of the Registered Providers for the state of Florida to report the participants CEHs to the state. All architects are responsible for retaining proof of participation in all CE courses in case of audit. All proof should be retained for three years following renewal.

 

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