Thursday, July 8, 2010

Check out AIA's AIA CES Discovery

This October, the AIA is launching the AIA Continuing Education System. All registration, records, and data management will, the AIA reports,
move from the University of Oklahoma’s CES Records Office to a more advanced in-house system.The current AIA CES system hosted by OU was designed 15 years ago to serve a much smaller population of AIA members with relatively similar continuing education needs. Since then, AIA membership has grown by almost 50 percent, and the number of states with mandatory continuing education (MCE) requirements has grown from 3 to 43, with widely divergent requirements. Migrating to the more robust, automated AIA CES Discovery system will address the need for a stronger technology solution to manage AIA members’ continuing education credits and to meet their diverse professional development needs, MCE requirements, and delivery preferences.

Good education is vital to good living!

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