Select from 10 Symposia to Satisfy Professional Education Requirements
Kick off 2014 right by checking professional education off the top of the "to-do" list. Building Innovation 2014: The National Institute of Building Sciences Conference & Expo, to be held January 6-10, in Washington, D.C., is a great way to earn continuing education units (CEUs) while hearing speakers who are experts in their fields. With the theme Advancing Life-Cycle Performance, Building Innovation 2014 offers a wide range of educational sessions that give attendees the opportunity to select from a total of 46 Learning Units (LUs) from the American Institute of Architects.
Building Innovation 2014 Symposia with CEUs include: the Multihazard Mitigation Council (MMC) Symposium (Earn 7.25 Learning Units /Health, Safety, Welfare); the Plenary Symposium (Earn 3.0 Learning Units/Health, Safety, Welfare); the Facility Maintenance & Operations Committee (FMOC) Symposium (Earn 3.0 Learning Units); the Integrated Resilient Design (IRD) Symposium (Earn 3.5 Learning Units/Health, Safety, Welfare); the Sustainable Buildings Industry Council (SBIC) Symposium (Earn 3.25 Learning Units/Health, Safety, Welfare); the Building Enclosure Technology & Environment Council (BETEC) Symposium (Earn 6.5 Learning Units/Health, Safety, Welfare); the Low Vision Design Committee (LVDC) Symposium (Earn 3.5 Learning Units/Health, Safety, Welfare); the buildingSMART alliance™ Symposium (Earn 6.75 Learning Units); the Commissioning Symposium (Earn 3.0 Learning Units/Health, Safety, Welfare); and the BIM Academic Symposium (Earn 6.25 Learning Units).
And don't miss the chance to hear industry leaders speak during daily keynote presentations: The Monday Keynote Luncheon presented by Michael Feldman, Deputy Executive Director Facilities Management, Los Angeles World Airports; the Tuesday FEDCon® Keynote Luncheon presented by U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs representatives Dennis Milsten, CCM, Associate Executive Director, Office of Programs and Plans for Office of Construction and Facilities Management, and Philip Matkovsky, Assistant Deputy Under Secretary for Health for Administrative Operations; the Wednesday Beyond Green™ Awards Luncheon; the Thursday Keynote Lunch presented by Bob Prieto, Senior Vice President at Fluor; and the Friday Keynote Luncheon presented by Brion Callori, Senior Vice President, Engineering and Research, FM Global.
Register to attend credit-building educational sessions for a day or for the whole week. Select the conference package that works best for you.
But don’t wait too long to register. Online registration ends December 31, 2013. Plan ahead to avoid the line and increased rates at onsite registration. Register now.
About the National Institute of Building Sciences
The National Institute of Building Sciences, authorized by public law 93-383 in 1974, is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that brings together representatives of government, the professions, industry, labor and consumer interests to identify and resolve building process and facility performance problems. The Institute serves as an authoritative source of advice for both the private and public sectors with respect to the use of building science and technology.