CES Deadline: Countdown to June 30, 2020
The AIBC’s Continuing Education System (CES) was introduced in 2001 in response to the profession’s recognition of its own needs and the public’s increasing expectation that architects remain current with contemporary technology, business practices, methods and materials.
The requirement to comply with the CES was adopted as AIBC Bylaw 30.2, by member vote at the 2001 AIBC Annual Meeting and approved thereafter by the provincial government.
All architects and architectural technologists (“CES Participants”) are required to earn 36 Learning Units every two years, consisting of “Core” and “Non-core” units as designated by the AIBC. As of July 1, 2020, and thereafter, the CES Participant category will also include Intern Architects AIBC.
The current CES reporting period covers July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2020.
- Bulletin 80: Mandatory Continuing Education System (CES)
- Bulletin 81: Mandatory Continuing Education System (CES) Canadian Reciprocity Option
This document is supplementary to Bulletin 80 and Bulletin 81, and captures detailed procedural information, provides practical examples, and addresses unique scenarios related to CES.
The AIBC is committed to the success of CES Participants in completing their educational requirements, through provision of:
- AIBC Courses;
- Recognized Educational Provider (REP) Program;
- AIBC Conference and Confab;
- Access to additional PD activities.
Please consult the AIBC Calendar for a comprehensive listing of CES and other course programming.
For more information about the CES, please email email@example.com.