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AHW is an AIA CES Approved Provider

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming has become an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Service (CES) Approved Provider. Starting this month, we will be offering AIA continuing education credits for historic preservation courses taught through the National Park Service’s Vanishing Treasures Program.

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming is pleased to announce that we are now an official American Institute of Architects (AIA)        Continuing Education Service (CES) Approved Provider. As a CES Provider, we offer AIA continuing education credits for historic preservation courses held in Wyoming and nationwide. We’re excited about this opportunity to share important preservation knowledge and techniques with the Wyoming architectural community.
 
Starting this month, we are offering AIA CES Registered credits, both General Learning Units (LU) and Health, Safety and Welfare credits (HSW), for historic preservation courses taught through the National Park Service’s Vanishing Treasures Program. Many of these workshops are hosted in Wyoming at the Western Center for Historic Preservation's White Grass Dude Ranch Training Facility.  We are also developing our own courses on topics such as brick and masonry preservation and window restoration. Check the website for updated course information, or contact AHW at 307 333 3508 or email ExecDirector@HistoricWyoming.org.

Click the button below to register for one of AHW's AIA CES Registered Courses

AHW's Current AIA CES REgistered Courses

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

Preservation Engineering: Diagnosing, Monitoring, and Repairing Masonry Structures November 14-16

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