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September 25, 2012, 5:35 pm
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Maintaining your license and your associations means also keeping up with your continuing ed.  For my state, it required 36hrs of continuing education credits in 3 years.  Each state and associations (AIA, LEED)  have their own specific criteria for maintaining your license and membership.  You can find out specifics here:

State Licensure: http://www.aia.org/education/ces/mcerequirements/index.htm

LEED:http://www.gbci.org/main-nav/professional-credentials/CMP/about-cmp.aspx

AIA:http://www.aia.org/education/ces/index.htm

Now that you’re on your own, lunch and learns might be less accessible.  I’m finding that you can find a lot of options online, but still need to supplement them with “interactive” courses in your local community or else conferences (which unfortunately are usually pricey).  Here are the sites that I’ve found for free continuing ed courses:

http://continuingeducation.construction.com/

http://woodworks.org/events-calendar/upcoming/

https://www.usgbc.org/CourseCatalog/CourseCatalog.aspx?PageID=2557&CMSPageID=2115

http://www.reallifeleed.com/2010/05/95-free-online-leed-cmp-continuing.html

http://thececampus.com/Courses

How are you keeping up with your continuing education?

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