Join the paradigm shift in continuing education.
You have the expertise and the information—now turn it into top-quality continuing education courses for AIA members. As a Continuing Education (CE) Provider you’ll be part of the largest source of education for the design and building industry with opportunities to build and strengthen new relationships.
Become a trusted advisor.
AIA members need continuing education to stay at the top of their field and they look to recognized names and brands for quality continuing education, innovative products, and new services. Registered CE Providers can offer face-to-face and distance learning courses nationally and internationally, in person or online, and at multiple price points.
Align your brand.
From inclusion in directories, to the use of the AIA Continuing Education Provider logo, you’ll find multiple opportunities to align your brand with ours—and advance the power of both.
AIA will provide the tools and resources.
AIA members demand quality information and instruction, that’s why we give CE Providers the tools and resources to develop exciting courses and to communicate with members.
Paul W. Aierstuck, Armstrong World Industries, Inc.
“Being an approved AIA CES provider allows us to serve the global specifying community with practical information—helping them craft the best solutions to increasingly complex issues. AIA CES is an exemplar of organizational excellence, consistently delivering on their promises. ”
John Lape, AIA, CSI Portland, NW Region
“Providing AIA CES credits adds real value to members’ lives and attracts non-members to our programs, exposing them to what our associations offer. In today’s competitive world, providing AIA CES credits at educational events is practically a prerequisite.”
Watch this short video to learn more about the value of being a Continuing Education Provider.
Free ABI subscription
New CE Providers get a free, one-year subscription to the Architecture Billings Index (ABI).
Build the right relationship
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