AIA Minnesota’s mission for continuing education is to produce high quality, low cost programs offered regularly throughout the year. Topics are selected and developed by architects in order to address timely issues and to meet the diverse needs of our members. This task is accomplished through our Continuing Education Committee.
Chair: Steve Flaten, AIA and Mark Ryan, AIA
AIA Staff Liaison: Deanna Christiansen
Meeting Date: First Monday of the month at noon at the AIA Minnesota office
A Competitive Edge
Continuing education gives you and your firm a competitive edge. Continuing education is mandatory both for AIA membership as well as for maintaining your license to practice in Minnesota. It’s also a way to stay current with codes and maintain a competitive practice.
Minnesota Licenses Were up for Renewal June 30, 2008
By June 30, 2008, Minnesota architects needed to have 24 hours of Health Safety Welfare credit to renew their license to practice architecture. The upcoming biennium for this requirement is from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2010.
Suggest Program Ideas
The AIA Minnesota Continuing Education Committee thanks you for your support and participation in the past and looks forward to continuing to provide seminars that give you information you can apply to your practice of architecture. We are interested in hearing your ideas for programs and finding out who you’ve heard speak that you would recommend. Lastly, there’s always an open invitation for you to join the Committee. For more information or suggestions, contact Deanna Christiansen, Continuing Education Director at AIA Minnesota.
Seminar and registration information for current programs can be found under Continuing Education.