Any 18 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 18-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 18 credits which can be redeemed for up to 18 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:
All About Carbon
Embodied carbon has become a hot topic in green building design, construction, and operations. But how do you measure carbon in the building? What steps can each discipline take to improve the overall carbon footprint of a building? Join us for a deep dive into how embodied is defined versus how it is generally understood in the industry. We will also look at ways designers, contractors, and operators can better track their projects’ carbon impact.
BMS (Building Management System) & Its Use in Building Application
A Building Management System is a computer system that monitors and controls the building’s physical environment. It does this by sensing temperature, humidity levels, air quality sensors such as carbon monoxide detectors, etc., to gauge the comfort level inside of buildings at any given moment. These systems can also control energy usage throughout a facility to ensure it functions optimally while keeping costs down for owners and tenants alike. For those involved in the management of any building, there can be numerous problems to deal with, whether it is a problem as big and complex as flooding or something more basic like ensuring proper ventilation for occupants.
Building Material Life Cycle: Understanding Our Impact
The building life cycle refers to the view of a building throughout its entire life. In other words, looking at it not only as an operational building but also considering the design, construction, operation, demolition, and waste treatment. To avoid unnecessary cost increases for both the construction price and the environmental impact perspective, buildings should address potential issues at the conceptual design stage through a life cycle analysis and an integrated design process
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