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This offering includes a full year (12 months) of unlimited access to all GBES study tools AND continuing education for 9 different career-advancing credentials.

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Continuing Education

Any 12 AIA LU HSW Continuing Education Hours

Available Instantly Expert Content No Expiration


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 12-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 12 credits which can be redeemed for up to 12 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.

Sample Courses

Here are some courses you will find on the GBES AIA Learning Hub:

The Pros and Cons of Building Reuse
Does renovating buildings really result in lower raw materials consumption, solid waste, and energy consumption? One of the main questions at issue is whether new construction or building reuse is greener, which demands the examination of the environmental impact of the two types of building creation. This course looks at three important metrics: resource consumption, waste generation, and energy use as it pertains to the actual process of building new structures compared to reusing existing buildings.

The Inside Scoop on Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)
This course is an overview of RECs and their LEED implications. Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs, for short) are also known as renewable energy credits, tradable renewable certificates, and green tags. They represent the environmental attributes of the power produced from renewable energy projects and are sold separately from commodity electricity. They can be purchased whether or not a customer has access to green power through their local utility company or electricity provider.

No Cost and Low-Cost Energy Savings for Existing Buildings
Over recent years, the relevance of efficiently operating buildings has become more apparent to building owners and operators. Companies require that sustainability be part of their mission and corporate culture. Not only are energy costs rising, but building efficiency standards are also being mandated by some cities, counties, and states. As the recession has lingered, building owners continue to look for places to increase their small bottom lines and begin to meet increasing efficiency requirements. Efficiency isn’t just ‘green.’ It’s a business necessity. More attention is being paid to small capital improvements and management techniques that can improve the building’s overall life, appeal, and value without breaking the bank. This course will cover generally accepted low-cost and no-cost strategies to reduce energy costs, consumption, and waste in existing commercial buildings. ?

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