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On-Demand Continuing Education Resources
Earn AIA Continuing Education Credits online on your schedule.

Region of the Virginias Education Calendar
AIA Chapters across Virginia and West Virginia are collaborating to produce a shared calendar of online continuing education sessions. Hosted on the Inform Magazine platform, we will also work together to develop a repository of recorded courses that offer credit for members who can’t participate in the live sessions.

AIAU is AIA’s online education center for architects and designers. The site offers over 150 curated courses taught by 300+ instructors. Boost your skills and earn HSW, ADA, GBCI, RIBA, and AIA LU credits.

AIA Contract Documents
Find a variety of high-quality educational resources to keep you knowledgeable about AIA Contract Documents and how they protect your projects.

AIA Trust
The AIA Trust develops webinars to assist you in your practice, with most offer learning unit credits. You may complete various self-assessment tests about AIA Trust online resources for learning unit credits.

The AIA’s magazine, Architect, partners with Hanley Wood University to present hundreds of online continuing education courses created by leading specialists. AIA, AIA/HSW, ASLA, GBCI, IDCEC, NAHB, NARI, and NKBA credits are available.

Our Neighboring Chapters
AIA|DC and AIA Potomac Valley offer a variety of educational opportunities.

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Continuing Education Program
This NCARB Program is a collection of self-study resources by experts in the profession. By reading these courses and taking an online quiz, you can earn HSW credits. Continuum Education courses are free for NCARB Certificate holders and licensure candidates with an active NCARB Record.

International Code Council Learning Center
The ICC offers a variety of online learning opportunities to keep your skills sharp and to earn continuing education credit on your own time.

Architectural Record
Earn AIA Continuing Education learning units by reading online articles and their supplemental materials, then taking a quiz. Important note: only eight articles per year can count toward your annual AIA requirement of 18 CEHs. Archinet
Archinect's Virtual Event Guide provides a curated list of online events.