Continuing Education

AIA Austin sponsors and supports numerous events that help members meet their annual CE requirements.

AIA Austin In-Person and On-Demand Continuing Education
Information about CE oppportunities available can be found here.

AIA Austin Summer Conference & Product Expo
Each year in August, AIA Austin provides the design community in Austin with an educational conference offering up to 18 hours of professional and continuing education in a relaxed and "local" way.

For more information about the conference, click here.

Texas Accessibility Academy
The Texas Accessibility Academy is a comprehensive study of the Texas Architectural Barriers Act (TABA), Architectural Barriers Administrative Rules, and the Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS). Attendees will also receive general information about how the TABA and TAS relate to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG).

UT Center for Lifelong Engineering Education Courses
The University of Texas' Center for Lifelong Engineering Education is pleased to announce upcoming continuing education courses for those involved in construction project management and architectural engineering.

Continuing Education FAQ
AIA members are required to complete 12 hours of health, safety, and welfare (HSW) education. The total number of continuing education hours required is 18 hours.

Click here for more information regarding AIA continuing education requirements. 

Contact TBAE for your state licensing requirements.

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Be sure you are current with your requirements: 18 for AIA membership (12 of the 18 must be HSW and 1 must be a Barrier Free HSW). Questions? Call the Chapter Office, 512.452.4332, and ask to speak with Membership Manager Erika Hibler.

Online Educational Sites
The following links are resources for online continuing education classes.

CS Learning Solutions
Architecture Information from Architectural Record