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Corporate Affiliate Continuing Education Submission Form


Thank you for your interest in BSA's Corporate Affiliate Continuing Education Program.

 

The BSA's Corporate Affiliate Continuing Education Program is a benefit for our Corporate Affiliate members. Your company must be a Corporate Affiliate member of the BSA to take part in this program. To check the status of your BSA membership or to join, contact membership@architects.org | 617-391-4010

This form is designed for members to send CE credit requests for their proposed programs straight to BSA Staff. To view an example submission, click here.

PLEASE NOTE: Submissions via this form are required three weeks prior to the planned session date. 

An attendance "sign in" sheet for your session will be emailed to you once your request has been processed and approved. Following the session, the completed attendance form must be returned to us at ce@architects.org. Failure to complete, or to return the attendance sheet to us will impede CE reporting for your program.


Continuing education guidelines and tips

  • General course LU’s are for courses on a wide range of topics related to the A/E/C profession.
  • Course must be at least one (1) hour in length, consisting of direct learning activity (minimum of 60 minutes).
  • Course content must be unbiased, not promoting or marketing a presenter's products or services. A presenter’s products or services can only be discussed once the credit portion of the Course is completed.
  • Course materials (such as Power Points, handouts, slides, and samples) used during the credit portion of the Course may not include any proprietary information, must be educational, and must serve to reinforce the learning objectives. Only the first and last slide of a Presentation may include a company’s product or service information.
  • Course must have a clear purpose with a minimum of four (4) stated learning objectives.

Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW):

  • Courses identified as Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) Courses must contain at least 75% HSW content.
  • Course Content must directly support the HSW definition:
    Health, Safety, Welfare (HSW) in architecture is anything that relates to the structural integrity or soundness and health impacts of a building or building site. Courses must intend to protect the general public.

  • Health: Aspects of architecture that promote physical, mental, and social wellbeing among users of buildings or sites and address related environmental concerns.
    Examples of Health: Accessibility; acoustical, energy efficiency, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems; and materials

  • Safety: Aspects of architecture intended to limit or prevent accidental injury or death among users of the buildings or sites.
    Examples of Saftey: Codes, regulations, natural hazards, life safety system— suppression, detection, –alarm standards, provisions of fire-rated egress enclosures, automatic sprinkler systems, and stairs with correct rise-to-run proportions

  • Welfare: Aspects of architecture that engender demonstrable positive emotional and physical responses among, or enable equal access by, users of buildings or sites.
    Examples of Welfare: Building design and materials, methods and systems, construction contracting, ethics and regulations governing the practice of architecture, preservation, adaptive reuse, and the study of environmental and wellbeing issues

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If you have any questions regarding continuing education credits, please contact ce@architects.org


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If you are unsure of your member ID number, please contact membership@architects.org | 617-391-4010

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