AIBC Newsletter | September 3, 2020

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Connected - a monthly AIBC newsletter
Thursday, September 3, 2020
 
AIBC Professional Governance Act Virtual Town Hall
On September 17, join the Professional Governance Act Virtual Town Hall to hear from Paul Craven, Superintendent of the Office of Professional Governance, about the AIBC's upcoming change of ministries and transition from the Architects Act to the Professional Governance Act. The Town Hall will include a presentation by the Superintendent and dedicated Q&A period. Registration closes on September 15. Read more.
AIBC Less than One Month Left until the Extended CES Deadline
AIBC-registered architects and architectural technologists are reminded that the next AIBC Mandatory Continuing Education System reporting period deadline is September 30, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. PDT. CES Participants have just under one month remaining to earn and report a total of 36 Learning Units, of which at least 16 must be Core. Read more.
AIBC 2020 Firm Information Update Deadline
The 2020 Annual Firm Information Update has begun. The deadline for completing this important regulatory requirement is September 30, 2020. All architectural firms registered with the Architectural Institute of British Columbia are required to submit an annual firm update. Read more.
AIBC Registration Open for Fall Professional Development Series
The Fall Professional Development Series is back! This year, the AIBC is pleased to announce that several of the sessions originally scheduled for the 2020 AIBC Conference are being featured at this upcoming PD Series. The topics covered are highly relevant to today’s architectural practice, including accessibility, climate change, Passive House and construction administration. Read more.
 
AIBC Happenings
  • The 2021 Certified Professional and Advanced Code Knowledge Courses are now available for registration
AIBC Professional Conduct Matters
The AIBC publishes findings and admissions of unprofessional conduct by AIBC registrants. Below are the most recent publications:
 

The AIBC also publishes the names of registrants who resign before a finding/admission of unprofessional conduct is reached in a discipline matter:

 
  • Steven Bushnell
    Intern Architect Happenings
     
    AIBC Volunteer Opportunities
    • Municipal Advisory Design Panels: District of Chilliwack, City of Duncan, City of Maple Ridge, District of North Vancouver, District of Oak Bay, City of Parksville, City of Richmond, City of Surrey, City of White Rock.
    Recognized Educational Provider Events

    The AIBC welcomes REPs: Specialty Products Group.

    Industry News
    • The OAA is seeking proposals for new webinars to run throughout 2021. The deadline to submit is September 21, 2020.
    Call for Entries
    Classifieds
    Resource Roundup
    Frequently Referenced AIBC Resources Annual Renewal Resources

     

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