How do I access my transcript?
You access it online via CES Discovery – view the tutorial.
- Begin at www.aia.org/education.
- Click on “Sign-in” in the Find Your Transcript box on the left margin.
- Enter your email address and password.
How do I self-report?
You may submit online via CES Discovery – view the tutorial.
- Begin at www.aia.org/education.
- Click on “CES Discovery Sign In” on the left margin.
- Click the blue icon button “Go to Sign In” at the center of the page.
- Log-in using your aia.org primary email address and password.
- Select the “Self-reported Activities” tab.
- Scroll to the bottom and click “Add New.” Fill in the form and click “Save”. Once submitted, each self-report will be reviewed within 5 business days. If approved, the status will appear as “Approved.”
Can I self-report an HSW Credit?
As of December 2012, AIA Members can only self-report credits with an LU designation. HSW credits must be reported directly to AIA National by an approved continuing education provider
I am interested in becoming a registered continuing education provider, where can I find more information?
What if I took a course and my credit is not showing on my transcript?
If you took a course through an AIA provider and the course does not show up on your transcript within 10 business days of the date in which you took the course, call AIA National at 800.242.3837 (option 3) and provide the name of the course, the provider name and course number and they will contact the provider. If the course was organized by AIA Colorado, contact us at 303.446.2266.
As a newly licensed member, am I required to earn LU hours?
New, first-time members of the AIA and members who upgraded from Associate membership are not required to complete the annual 18 LU hour (12 HSW) during the calendar year that they join. Your requirement will begin January 1 of the following year. However, records are kept for those who submit their activities. Please note, any credit received in the first year will not apply toward the following year’s requirement unless the member exceeds the 18 LU hour (12 HSW) requirement.
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All licensed architects in the State of Colorado are required to obtain 12.0 HSW Continuing Education Hours (CEH) per calendar year. Carryover between calendar years is not accepted and the current renewal period ends Oct. 31, 2015.
Subsequently, you may be audited; at which time you must provide proof that you have complied with the continuing education requirements outlined in the board rules and you will be required to submit completed documentation in the form of a Continuing Education Structured Form for each CEH earned.
|AIA Membership Requirements||Colorado Architect License Requirements|
|Number of Credits Required per Calendar Year||18 Learning Units (LU)
||12 HSW Continuing Education Hours (CEH) defined in the Board Rules document|
|Renewal Period Expiration||Dec. 31 of each year||Oct. 31 of each odd numbered year|
|Time Period to Earn CEH||Per Calendar Year||Per Calendar Year (ex: For Oct. 31, 2015, earn 12 HSW CEH between Jan. – Dec. 2014 and 12 HSW CEH between Jan. – Dec. 2015)|
|Carry Over||Up to 18 CEH/12 HSW||None|
|Reference||Refer to the AIA CES Member FAQ’s for more information.||Refer to Board rule 126.96.36.199.2 and the Continuing Education FAQ. Most questions can be answered by reading these resources.|
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Why should I hire an AIA architect? Few people realize how complicated it is to build – until they find themselves lost in the maze of design options, building codes, zoning laws, contractors, and so on. No two projects are exactly the same, so there is no single, clear-cut path. An architect is a qualified professional with the education, training, experience, vision, and license to guide you through the entire design and construction process, from helping you define what you want to build, to helping get the most for bang for your buck.
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1 Friday Design Collaborative
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303 Architecture, Inc.
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LOCATION: Western Colorado100 N 3Rd St Ste 201, Carbondale, CO
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LOCATION: Denver Metro1600 Stout Street, Suite 200, Denver
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Adolfson & Peterson Construction
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Adolfson & Peterson Construction
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How can I make changes to my listing? To upgrade or make changes to your listing, search for your listing in the “Find an Expert” tab, then under “Is this your listing?” click, “Claim / Upgrade it now!”
What does it mean to “upgrade my listing?” Every architect members receive a basic listing. For $150, firms may upgrade their listing to include an image/logo, description, size, year established, number of licensed architects, principles, searchable keywords and up to three (3) project examples.
When will my listing expire? As long as you remain a licensed architect member of AIA Colorado, your listing will remain active. If your membership lapses, your firm listing will expire. Upgraded listings expire after 12 months and will receive a renewal reminder as the expiration date approaches.
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