Any 6 AIA LU HSW Continuing Education Hours
Fulfill your AIA continuing education needs with GBES AIA-approved LU and HSW CEU hours. Our continuing education courses are focused on green building and are written by subject matter experts in architecture, construction, building operations, design, and development. This 6-hour AIA CE package allows you to choose your courses from our approved AIA course catalog – you will have access to a wide selection of approved AIA content. You will receive six credits which can be redeemed for up to 6 hours of content.
Keep up with your CE requirements the easy way!
- Over 200+ hours of AIA HSW CEU courses available.
- Easy to understand course material in various media to include both video courses and articles.
- GBES will report your CE hours taken on our platform directly to your AIA account.
- Online access is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, through a web browser.
- Our customer care team is available during working hours to help you with questions by phone or chat.
Here are some courses you will find on the GBES AIA Learning Hub:
LEED v4 Case Study HKS Headquarters
This course brings to life the project vision, goals, and design decisions behind one of the first LEED v4 projects in the world. The USGBC selected HKS – one of just a handful of firms – to pilot the LEED v4 beta program on its behalf and provide feedback on how the proposed new rating system works. Learn how the HKS project team certified their new 140,000 SF headquarters for the LEED v4 beta project. Discover how LEED v4 compares to LEED 2009, the improvements in the new rating system, and get advice for your own LEED v4 projects.
Resilient Nature & Properties of Green Buildings
This article teaches about building resilience and resilient building design principles and strategies. It details how the green building industry has contributed greatly to making green buildings more resilient, using various tools & systems, including the LEED climate resilience screening tool, LEED for cities, RELI, Sites, and PEER.
Urban Heat Island Effect: A Burning Issue
The Urban Heat Island Effect is not a new phenomenon. However, our traditional urban built environment is accelerating the impacts on the natural ecology, air quality, human health, and environmental justice. This article takes a deep dive into the effects of the Urban Heat Island and how it can be mitigated and reduced through more intelligent urban planning and design, appropriate use of materials, and green infrastructure.
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