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As in years past, CNU 26.Savannah will offer continuing education credits for architects (via the American Institute of Architects / AIA), planners (AICP, through the American Planner Association/ APA), and CNU Accreditated (CNU-A) professionals.
AIA and APA determine the eligibility of our Congress program for credits and require that sessions be finalized before we can apply for credit for them. Given that fact, we will likely not know what sessions will be eligible for accreditation until March 2018, at the earliest.
Many of the breakout and plenary sessions at CNU 25.Seattle were approved for AIA and AICP accreditation. Review the full list of accredited sessions here). We will make every effort to secure accreditation as early as possible and provide information to participants about which session qualify. Thank you in advance for your patience.
AICP Certification Maintenance (CM)
CNU is an official certified AICP CM provider. The list of sessions and the number of credit associated with each session will be posted on APA's website soon as they are entered.
To claim your credits post-Congress, self-report your credits on the APA website just as you usually do.
AIA Continuing Education
CNU is registered with the American Institute of Architects' Continuing Education System (AIA/CES) to provide learning units at a ratio of one credit per hour of instruction. Most sessions receive AIA credits, many qualifying for Health, Safety & Welfare credits.
To claim credit, attendees are required to sign their name and enter their AIA number at each session they attended to prove their attendance. All the forms are sent to the AIA within 2 weeks after the Congress. Attendees should see the sessions they attended credited on their account within 2-3 weeks.
If you have questions about AIA CES credits, please consult AIA's FAQ.
Nearly all Congress sessions will be eligible for CNU-A credit. Learn more about becoming a CNU Accredited professional here.