AIA Minnesota’s mission for continuing education is to produce high quality, affordable 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.
- Dense, Energy-Efficient, Affordable Housing
- Ethical Design in the Era of Climate Change
- The Road to WELL, Pain Free!
- Demystifying the AIA 2030 Commitment
- Revised and New AIA Contract Documents
- MN Conservation Code for Existing Buildings
- Weather Barriers, Continuous Insulation, and NFPA-285
Accessibility Workshop: Modifying Historic Properties for Increased Accessibility
Thursday, June 3, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
3.0 HSW LUs will be provided for full participation.
AIA Minnesota is partnering with the Minnesota Historical Society to provide this continuing education program. Three virtual presentations will be made by the following content experts:
- David Fenley, ADA Director, MN Council on Disability
- Ray Bloomer, Accessibility Specialist, Accessibility Support Program, WASO, National Park Service
- Bill Hickey, AIA, Architecture, Planning, Historic Preservation, Collaborative Design Group
- Bess McCollough, AIA, Architecture, Collaborative Design Group
Reviews will resume this fall.
Black Spectacles Tutorials
If five or more AIA Minnesota members express interest in a three-month subscription to the Black Spectacles Tutorials, AIA Minnesota can provide you with a discounted registration fee. If you are interested, contact Deanna Christiansen.
AIAU brings the industry’s best learning to you. Their 300+ instructors are from leading firms, and they’ll immerse you in in-demand topics that will boost your skills and portfolio.