Health Safety and Welfare (HSW) credits are vital to architects in their continuing education and to safeguarding the public, which is why they are required by the AIA to maintain a license. While some states vary on their requirements, AIA Architect members are required to complete 18 Learning Units (LUs) from registered AIA/CES providers – 12 of those must be in the topic area of Health Safety and Welfare (HSW).
To assist our community of architects in this task, Acoustics First® has completed the requirements to administer the AIA/CES approved HSW course “Architectural Acoustics” – developed by the Technical Committee on Architectural Acoustics (TCAA) within the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) – http://www.tcaaasa.org.
Being active in the ASA and the AIA, Acoustics First® is proud to support the continuing education of AIA Architect members in the field of acoustics.
For more information, stop by the Acoustics First® Booth (#425), or the Region of Virginias Breakfast at the New York Hilton Midtown (7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.) on Friday and speak with Jim DeGrandis. Alternately, you can request more information from firstname.lastname@example.org or call Acoustics First® toll free at (888) 765-2900.