Answers To Your Architecture & Interior Design Continuing Education-Related Questions.

Cindy Grant

Cindy Grant

Cindy Grant is Operations Manager at Design Arts Seminars, Inc. (DAS).
For Cindy's bio, please visit http://www.designarts.org/das-team

Recent Posts by Cindy Grant:

OH Architecture Continuing Education Requirements

The Ohio Architects Board requires Ohio-licensed architects to complete 12 HSW (Health, Safety & Welfare) Continuing Education Hours per calendar year.

Topics: MCER CEU Mandatory Continuing Education Requirements OH Ohio

MN Architecture & Interior Design Continuing Education Requirements

The Minnesota Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience and Interior Design (AELSLAGID) requires Minnesota-licensed architects and interior designers to complete 24 hours of continuing education every two years.

Topics: Design Arts Seminars MCER Mandatory Continuing Education Requirements MN Minnesota

New York Interior Design Continuing Education Requirements

As of the date of this post, the New York State Education Department, Office of the Professions, State Board of Interior Design does not require New York-certified interior designers to complete continuing education.

 

Topics: Design Arts Seminars MCER Mandatory Continuing Education Requirements NY New York

New York Architecture Continuing Education Requirements

The New York State Education Department, Office of the Professions, State Board of Architecture requires New York State-registered architects to complete 36 hours of continuing education every three years.

Topics: Design Arts Seminars MCER Mandatory Continuing Education Requirements NY New York

Small is the New Big

Small really is the new big.  There is no better example than the tiny house movement sweeping the nation. The United States Green Build Council of Florida (USGBC) recently partnered with Eco Relics, which is a company that salvages building materials, and a tiny home builder in Jacksonville, Florida. The goal is to build the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified tiny house. Primarily, the project aims to educate about the benefits of green living and environmentally sustainable building practices. This tiny house of 195.5 square feet is being built using an estimated 75% salvaged and reclaimed materials. It will also boast a solar energy unit, has tempered windows, a tankless water heater, and soy-based spray insulation for energy efficiency.

On-Demand Webinars Tutorial

On-demand webinars are a great way to earn CEU credits on your time and at your own pace but if you have never completed one of DAS' on-demand webinars, you might wonder how they work. Here is a quick tutorial so you can see for yourself how easy it is :-) 

Topics: On-Demand Webinars