Online Courses

These CE accredited AEC courses offer a flexible way to learn within your own schedule on mobile or desktop.

Design at a Distance: Tools for Remote Collaboration

Credits: 1 AIA LU

Modern design software is a tool for remote collaboration, intuitive visualization, and efficient coordination. With projects around the world, Flansburgh has developed a BIM-centric workflow to work remotely with clients, consultants, and contractors.

The Dark Side of Email Management: Using email as a force for good

Credits: 1 AIA LU

When was the last time you met someone who genuinely enjoys opening their work emails? Waking up to a chaotic inbox, and being unable to see critical correspondence across the wider business is generally accepted as the norm.

Technical Advances in Structural Insulated Sheathing (SIS)

Credits: 1 AIA HSW LU

This course aims to review various hybridized sheathing solutions and show how the integration of advanced technology has improved performance, capability, and sustainability of SIS.

Specifying Interior Roller Shades

Credits: 1 AIA HSW LU

This course outlines the key considerations for specifying interior roller shade systems – including application, site and glazing conditions, location, project requirements, and budget – and how each relates to occupant well-being and the management of daylighting and solar heat gain.

How to Develop Winning Strategies for Architecture Proposals

Credits: 1 AIA LU

If you work in the AEC industry, you know how important proposals are to the business growth and development process, and how much time and effort go into their creation. And… you know they can be stressful. Proposals require teamwork and collaboration from the entire firm, often from multiple departments and disciplines, but creating buy-in to the proposal process can be a challenge.

Optimizing Facades Through Automated Daylight Analysis

Credits: 1 AIA LU

Energy use within the building sector currently contributes up to 40% of the annual CO2 emissions of developed countries. A major proportion of this energy is dedicated to occupants’ thermal comfort, followed by lighting. A well-designed day-lit building is crucial for occupant health and happiness and helps reduce energy use by minimizing the need for electric lighting and heating.

10 KPIs Your Architecture Firm Needs to Track for Maximum Project Profitability

Credits: 1 AIA LU

Projects are the core of your architecture firm. Not only do they generate profits, but they are also at the center of your firm’s business operations. As such, doing everything you can to ensure their success should be one of your top priorities.

Your Architecture Firm is Leaking Money: How to Identify Losses and Plug the Holes

Credits: 1 AIA LU

Most firms look at profitability as a bottom-line metric. They use this as a gauge to determine if the firm is financially healthy. However, every firm is composed of countless independent elements: employees, clients, projects, phases, consultants, and a myriad of expenses.

Planning for Waste Management: DSNY’s new rule for residential buildings

Credits: 1 AIA LU HSW

New residential buildings over 150 units in New York City now need to submit a Waste Management Plan for DSNY review at the same time as they submit plans to DOB. Hear from DSNY how the process works, and what they need to see in a plan.

Biophilic Design & Rooftop Deck Systems: A Natural Connection

Credits: 1 AIA LU HSW

Incorporating nature into the built environment through biophilic design increases occupant well-being, productivity, and health and is an integral component of an ecologically healthy and sustainable community.

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