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Have you checked your transcript lately? Architects in the state of Florida are required by law to complete at least 24 hours of continuing education credit (22 HSW and 2 Advanced FBC) by December 31, 2020.

­ AIA Florida proudly presents its highest quality content at the quantity you need for Florida continuing education license renewal requirements. These are your last and best chances for a one stop opportunity.­­


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Attend the License Renewal Webinar and earn up to­ ­­24 hours­of HSW continuing education credit, including the advanced Florida Building Code Credit­ ­­required for Florida architect license renewal.

Go­ ­­HERE­ ­­for more information, including the webinar agenda, pricing, and to register.


Walk Through the Code Changes from the 6th Edition (2017) to the 7th Edition (2020), Florida Building Code­­­Non-Advanced­ (2)*

Don't need advanced credit but still want to learn about the code changes? MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW!

This FREE webinar and will highlight the changes from the current FBC 6th Edition (2017) to the new FBC 7th Edition (2020).­ Led by Florida Building Commissioner Brad Schiffer, AIA, the presentation will review codess that have been added and removed, giving attendees a better understanding of how the current, new and future Florida Building Codes are developed.

Date: December 9, 2020
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET
CE Credit: 1 HSW
Cost: Free

REGISTER HERE

*This webinar was held November 19.­ Attendees from November 19 cannot earn CE credit for attending again.


Hot Topics Remix #2­ - Webinar

December 15-16, 2020

REGISTER HERE

Attend the Hot Topics Remix and earn up to 14 hours of HSW continuing education credit, including the advanced Florida Building Code credit required for Florida architect license renewal.

NOTE! This is a repeat of the Fall Hot Topics webinar agenda that was held on September 15-16, 2020 and November 17-18, 2020. Attendees from these webinars cannot receive duplicate credit.

Go HERE for more information, including the webinar agenda, and to register.


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Florida registered architects are required by law to complete at least 24 hours of continuing education credit (22 HSW and 2 Adv. FBC) by December 31, 2020. Earn your CE credits through these webinars, ­On-Demand courses, AIA Florida's­ ­­Fall Hot Topics Remix­­ ­and the­ ­­­License Renewal Webinar.­


View Previously Held Webinars­

Please note, you cannot earn continuing education credit for viewing these videos. They are for information only.


Architect Led Plan Review & Construction Inspection Services­- held June 10, 2020

Architect Led Plan Review Presentation Material


Wicked Water III: Florida, Flooding and Financing Adaptation - held June 17, 2020­

Wicked Water Presentation Material


Demystifying Fellowship­- held June 24, 2020

Demystifying Fellowship Presentation Material


The Complexities of Owner and Operating an Architecture Firm - held July 7, 2020

The Complexities of Owning and Operating an Architecture Firm Material


Changes to Architecture Practice Act – How to Stay Out of Trouble - held July 16, 2020

Changes to Architecture Practice Act - How to Stay Out of Trouble - Material

Changes to Architecture Practice Act - How to Stay Out of Trouble - Q&A


Ethical Leadership and the JLI - held July 23, 2020

Ethical Leadership and the JLI - Material


Changes to the Florida Building Code - What You Need to Know and More - held July 30, 2020

Changes to the Florida Buiding Code - Material

Changes to the Florida Building Code - Q&A


A 2020 Insurance/Risk Management Primer - The New Normal­ - held August 13

A 2020 Insurance/Reisk Managmenet Primer - The New Normal - Material


Improve your Paperless Design Workflow with the new Revu 20 - held September 3


Interior Design Regulation/Deregulation - The Florida Experience - held September 10

Interior Design Regulation/Deregulation - The Florida Experience - Material

Interior Design Regulation/Deregulation - The Florida Experience - Q&A


Revit Tips and Tricks - Held October 1


Advanced FBC: Life Safety Plans - Graphics & Codes - Brad Schiffer, AIA

Advanced FBC: Code Compliant Construction Documents - Greg Bruke, FAIA


A Walk Through the Changes from the Florida Building Code 6th Edition to the 7th Edition­ (Non-Advanced) - Brad Schiffer, AIA

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Reminder -­­ ­you cannot earn continuing education credit­­ ­for viewing these videos. They are for information only.


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