AIA CES Webinar: What CES Looks for in a Course Submission

There is a great continuing education opportunity coming up next week: 

Register today for “In the Mind of the Reviewer: What CES Looks for in a Course Submission” webinar on Thursday, May 31 at 2 p.m. EDT!
Please join us for an informative webinar on the course submission process. The purpose of this webinar is to help providers understand the logic of a CES course reviewer, in order to allow for better quality of course content and a more efficient course evaluation process. The first half will provide a refresher in the essentials of the CES Provider Manual through a PowerPoint presentation. All information that providers need to have ready before submitting will be simplified into a content checklist; and a procedural checklist will cover all of the technical steps in the submission process. In the second half, this knowledge will then be applied through an actual demonstration of the basic course review process. Five mock course submissions will be reviewed, ranging in quality from excellent to poor. Time will be allotted for questions and answers in the last part of the hour.

About the Presenter
Michael F. Tamara, Assoc. AIA is the Manager of Continuing Education Programs at the American Institute of Architects. He reviews courses submitted for AIA CES approval, and assists Providers of continuing education. He holds a master's degree in architecture from Syracuse University, and is currently studying for the Architect Registration Examination. 

Registration for Webinar

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