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Continuing education for architects and engineers

Get Your Architect CEUs Here!

There’s no shortage of online destinations where architects can get required Continuing Education Units or CEUs. Why is PDH Academy the right choice? Variety, affordability, and convenience. That’s what we offer, and why so many architects like you choose us to keep licensing and AIA membership requirements squared away. If you’re in the market today […]

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Which School of Continuing Education is Right for Florida Engineers?

If you’re a professional engineer in the state of Florida, you need eighteen hours of continuing education at every biennial license renewal. That’s according to the Florida Board of Professional Engineers (FBPE). The requirements changed in March of 2015 and affect licensing during the 2015-2017 renewal period. Fortunately, PDH Academy has the Florida-specific continuing education […]

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The NJ Architect’s Guide to AIA Continuing Education

New Jersey architects have diverse continuing education hours or LU choices. And those are governed by the New Jersey State Board of Architects and the American Institute of Architects if you have a membership. Architects need a minimum of 24 continuing education credit hours for every biennial licensing renewal period. AIA membership has a higher […]

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How to Get Your PDH Online Courses in 5 Minutes

Five minutes. That’s all it takes to snag the PDH online courses you need. And that keeps your architect license and AIA membership in good standing. At PDH Academy, our online platform is built for streamlined convenience. And our courses are designed to eliminate many of the hassles that come with continuing education. It’s easy, […]

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Get Your CPA Continuing Education Before Tax Season

You can probably hear the stampede of clients rushing your way. They’ll arrive by the end of the year or just after, and just in time for tax season. Get your continuing professional education (CPE) credits out of the way now, and you won’t have to think about them through the seasonal rush. Here’s what […]

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What are Green Roofs and Why do They Matter?

When is a roof much more than a way to keep out the rain? When it’s a green roof. The layer of vegetation that covers the top of a building keeps homes and commercial spaces cooler and help lower the carbon footprint. But that’s just the beginning. They also help save money, reduce HVAC load […]

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What’s New in AIA Continuing Education?

There’s always something cooking in the architecture industry, and that’s just as true with continuing education. The effort in to keep what you know and learn what’s new makes CE credits an integral part of an architect’s life. It’s vital not just for staying current, but also for advancing in your career. Emerging topics that […]

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Architect Continuing Education: Do You Need the Florida Advanced Building Code Course?

In case you haven’t taken the CE course before or you need a refresher, PDH Academy offers a 2 credit hour module on the Florida Advanced Building Code. This architect’s course meets the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) requirements for the Advanced Florida Building Code module. It’s approved by the American Institute […]

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For Architects, Continuing Education Makes the World a Safer Place

People inhabit the built environment all day, every day. And it’s the architects who design it that keep people safe. Continuing education reinforces what’s already known and expands the architect’s horizons when new technology and knowledge emerge. That commitment to education makes every architect a vital component in the safety of men, women, and children […]

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AIA Continuing Education is Still Relevant for Small Firm Architects

Before you trim the fat of your architecture firm’s budget by cutting ties with the AIA (and AIA continuing education), give it a second thought. These are interesting times, indeed. Business is bouncing back after a precariously long and damaging recession, the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. But not everything is firing on […]

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