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CNU 28.A Virtual Gathering will offer continuing education credits for its live breakout and plenary sessions through the American Institute of Architects, the American Planner Association, the American Society of Landscape Architects, and CNU-Accreditation. With over 70 hours of live content, attendees of the CNU 28.A Virtual Gathering can easily earn the credits needed to maintain their annual licensure as an architect, planner, landscape architect, or CNU-Accredited member.
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. Attendees who wish to receive AICP credit for on-demand content must complete a short test, made available at the end of each session.
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 and Welfare credits. To claim credit, attendees will be monitered during each session and reported to AIA within 2 weeks after the Congress. Attendees should see the sessions they attended credited on their account within 2-3 weeks following. If you have questions about AIA CES credits, please consult AIA's FAQ. Only live sessions are eligible for AIA credit.
Nearly all Congress sessions will be eligible for CNU-A credit. CNU-A members are required to track and report credit hours when surveyed. Learn more about becoming a CNU Accredited professional here.
ASLA CONTINUING EDUCATION
Each state, including the District of Columbia has different Continuing Education Requirements for Landscape Architects, CNU is a LA CES ™ Pre-Approved Provider and will follow ASLA guidelines for course and attendance submission. Attendees who wish to receive LA CES credits for content must complete a short test, made available at the end of each session.