Calling all architects! Earn AIA CES credits in our beautiful National Parks!


The Alliance for Historic Wyoming offers AIA CES Registered credits, both Health, Safety and Welfare credits (HSW) and General Learning Units (LU), for historic preservation courses taught through the National Park Service’s Vanishing Treasures Program – many of them hosted in Wyoming at the Western Center for Historic Preservation's White Grass Dude Ranch Training Facility in Grand Teton National Park. 

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming is an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Service (CES) Approved Provider.

Current Courses

Click on a course title for full course details. Please register by using the button above.

To learn more about the American Institute of Architects and their Continuing Education program, click here.

Past Courses

MOTHBALLING HISTORIC BUILDINGS - Grand Teton national park - MAY 22, 2018

Wood and log preservation and repair - Grand teton national park, july 16 - 20

field examination and diagnostics - grand teton national park, august 13 - 16

Moisture management in historic buildings - grand teton national park, aug 27-30

pre-contact masonry preservation & repair - flagstaff area national monuments, sept 24-28

Integrated pest management for historic buildings - grand teton National Park,

november 6-8

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