- Future of Construction (Conference Stage 2)
- Government Policy (Conference Stage 2)
- Architecture (Conference Stage 4)
- BIM & Digital Construction (Conference Stage 4)
- Sustainability (Conference Stage 1)
- Real Estate (Conference Stage 3)
- AIA CES WORKSHOPS
- Facilities Management (Conference Stage 3)
- Building Solutions & Materials (Workshop 1)
- Marketing in Construction (Workshop 1)
- BIM & Digital Construction (Workshop 2)
- Architecture & Design (Workshop 2)
- Government Policy (Workshop 1)
- NETWORKING HUB
AIA and state requirements for continuing education
Licensed architects must earn continuing education credits each year to fulfill AIA membership requirements. You may also need to complete continuing education requirements to renew your state license(s). If you’re working on getting licensed, some AIA-approved courses count toward the experience requirement for licensure.
We offer a variety of ways to earn continuing education credits that make meeting your goals and licensing requirements interesting and convenient.Annual benchmarks
AIA measures continuing education in Learning Units (LUs). One hour of continuing education earns one LU. AIA Architect members are required to complete 18 LUs from registered AIA/CES providers each year. Of the 18 LUs, 12 must be in the topic areas of health, safety and welfare (HSW).
New York Build offers a range of AIA CES approved training workshops across the two days. See below for the full list of AIA CES sessions. For more information on AIA state requirements, click here.