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AIA Florida is offering a series of webinars to be held throughout the summer, covering a variety of content, from code compliance to managing an architect firm.

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Upcoming Webinars:


The Complexities of Owning and Operating an Architecture Firm

July 7­

The presentation will cover a range of topics that will give attendees a view of firm management and how an effective strategic and ownership transition plan can be put into place. Whether the attendees are young, up and coming project architects, or principals looking at their impending transition, the content gives everyone a thoughtful view of their career. Topics include interpreting financial statements; key performance metrics; benchmarking, cash flow management, strategic planning process from analysis to formulation to implementation and the benefits of the process itself.

Speaker:­Will Swearingen, Director, Ownership Transition, Zweig Group

Date: July 7, 2020

Time: ­12:00 – 1:00 pm ­EST

Cost: Free

CE Credit: 1 LU

Attendees will earn 1 hour of LU credit.­ AIA Florida will report CE credit for AIA Members. For more information, email aiaflanews@aiafla.org or call AIA Florida at 850-222-7590

REGISTER HERE

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Changes to Architecture Practice Act – How to Stay Out of Trouble

July 16­­

Recent changes to Florida Statutes Chapter 481, to Section 61-G1 of the Florida Administrative Code have significant impacts on Florida architects that are in effective immediately.­Steve Jernigan, FAIA, Chair of the Board of Architecture and Interior Design and David Manacci, prosecuting attorney for the Board of Architecture and Interior Design, will discuss the changes to the laws and rules governing the practice of architecture in Florida. ­There are some significant revisions especially relating to companies, qualifiers and branch offices.­ This webinar will help you stay out of trouble and how to better navigate the process.

Speaker: Steve Jernigan, FAIA,­Sr. Vice-President, Architecture at Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc.

Date: July 16, 2020

Time: ­12:00 – 1:00 pm ­EST

Cost: Free

CE Credit: 1 LU

Attendees will earn 1 hour of LU credit.­ AIA Florida will report CE credit for AIA Members. For more information, email aiaflanews@aiafla.org or call AIA Florida at 850-222-7590

REGISTER HERE

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Ethical Leadership and the Jacob Leadership Institute

July 23

Attend this webinar and hear from former FBI Agent Bret Hood, who uses his 25 years of leadership expertise to discuss how your brain can trick you into believing you are setting the correct ethical example when, in reality, you may inadvertently be steering your followers to unethical actions.­ Graduates from the 2020 Jacob Leadership Institute’s (JLI) class will also discuss the leadership skills they learned during their six-month training program.

Speaker: Michael Bret Hood, Director/21st Century Learning & Consulting, LLC and JLI Leadership Instructor, and­ ­ 2020 JLI Graduates:­ James Blythe,­­ ­Mark Chmielewski,­­ ­Erika Flury,­ ­­Ashley Gottshalk,­­ ­Briana Johnson,­­ ­George Johnson,­­ ­Malcolm Jones,­­ ­Xyomara Medina-Ramos,­­ ­Marjorie Weibe-Reed,­ ­­Gregory Walden

Date: July 23, 2020

Time: ­12:00 – 1:00 pm ­EST

Cost: Free

CE Credit: 1 LU

Attendees will earn 1 hour of LU credit.­ AIA Florida will report CE credit for AIA Members. For more information, email aiaflanews@aiafla.org or call AIA Florida at 850-222-7590

REGISTER HERE

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Florida Building Code Changes – What You Need to Know and More

July 30­

Learn how changes to the development of the Florida Building Code, and the Commission that oversees it, will impact architects and their practice. ­Hear about the process that was used by the Florida Building Commission to develop the 7th edition of the Building Code. Ensuing legislation, outlooks for the 8th edition and how to get involved will also be discussed.­ ­­Please note, this webinar is not an Advanced Florida Building Code offering.

Speaker: Rick Logan, AIA, Harvard Jolly Architects

Date: July 30, 2020

Time: ­12:00 – 1:00 pm ­EST

Cost: Free

CE Credit: 1 LU

Attendees will earn 1 hour of LU credit.­ AIA Florida will report CE credit for AIA Members. For more information, email aiaflanews@aiafla.org or call AIA Florida at 850-222-7590

REGISTER HERE

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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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

Demysifying Fellowship Presentation Material

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