California License Renewal
Continuing Education (CE) on Disability Access Requirements
The California Architects Board requires the completion of five hours of coursework on Disability Access Requirements every two years.
The AIA Long Beach / South Bay has joined forces with AIA California and their partner aecKnowledge to provide online continuing education for design professionals. This allows professionals to pursue educational opportunities at their own pace and according to their own schedule. While state regulations require architects to complete CE credits in accessibility, there are other subjects all members of the industry are interested in as well. Choose from a wide range of topics in design (including the MDC keynote presentations), sustainability, accessibility, marketing and business development, practice management, project delivery, and small firm practice – each one professionally developed and delivered by industry leaders. Visit now to take advantage of the member discount.
Courses may be purchased individually or bundle them to receive the greatest discount.
AIA California Online Accessibility/Universal Design Course
In this 4-course series:
- A guide to designing accessible hotels and resorts (along with eye-opening features to avoid)
- An accessibility case study of the historic renovation of the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice
- Insights into how Chicago is becoming one of the most accessible and inclusive cities in the nation
- A panel discussion that sheds light on why the disability community often states “Nothing About Us Without Us“
AIA Central Coast Members:
As a way to say THANK YOU for your membership, AIA CCC provides an ADA-In-A-Day program for very little or no cost. This program is live and in-person with time allowed for questions and answers, and provides chapter members the opportunity to complete all five hours of accessibility coursework. Usually offered in the fall every even-numbered year.