Architectural CEU Courses

Please call to schedule an AIA Lunch & Learn

for any of the following courses:


BCI0001 (HSW)
"Understanding Poly-Ash Trim & the Other Categories of the Exterior Trim Market"

An examination of the new Poly-Ash category of exterior trim products as it relates to the other types of trim,

specifically around the areas of installation, longeivity, maintenance and sustainability 


TES001 (HSW)

"Understanding Poly-Ash Siding & Other Categories of the Siding Market"​

An examination of the new Poly-Ash category of exterior siding as it relates to other types of siding,

specifically around the areas of installation, maintenance, and sustainability


BVersetta001 (HSW)

"Understanding Mortarless Stone Veneer and Other Stone Veneer Products"

An examination of the new mortarless stone veneer category of cladding products as it relates to other types of stone veneers, specifically around the areas of installation and applications


Intex115 - A (LU) 

"Understanding the Benefits of Cellular PVC Rails, Pergolas & Gutters"

An understanding of the benefits of specifying cellular PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) railing systems,

pergolas and gutters for residential construction projects


BCI0002 (HSW)

"The Sustainable Attributes of Poly-Ash Trim and Other
Categories of the Exterior Trim Market"

Exterior trim products will be examined from a “green” perspective to better understand how they compare.

A new category to the exterior trim market, Poly-Ash, is introduced.


AIALumAware1 (HSW)

"The Benefits of Photoluminescent Technology"
Energy-Free Photo-luminescent Exit Sign Products and Egress Safety Products examined

and how they pertain to the IBC and the Life Safety Code



Additional CE credit is available on line:


Diggercolumn3 (HSW)

"Choosing Your Columns"

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Diggerrail03 (HSW)

"Choosing the Correct Railing"

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Continuing education is required for all registered architects who practice in the state of Florida and are members of AIA.

The Florida Statutes require architects to complete continuing education for licensure while the AIA requires it for membership.

Each is recorded separately, but can be interchanged within certain guidelines. 

The state of Florida automatically accepts all AIA registered and approved courses.


Continuing Education Requirements:

The state of Florida requires 24 CEHs, with 22 hours in HSW and 2 hours in Florida Building Code bi-annually.

Renewal Deadline: December 31, even years​

Mako Rep Group Inc. reports all CEHs and provides a Certificate of Completion to each participant.


All architects are responsible for retaining proof of participation in all CE courses; which should be retained for three years following renewal.