Architectural Institute of British Columbia Recognized Educational Provider
The AIBC’s Continuing Education System (CES) was introduced in 2001 in response to the profession’s recognition of its own needs and the public’s increasing expectation that architects remain current with contemporary technology, business practices, methods and materials.
All architects and architectural technologists are required to earn 36 Learning Units every two years, consisting of “Core” and “Non-core” learning units as designated by the AIBC. The current CES reporting period covers July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2020.
VRCA is a Recognized Educational Provider (REP) for AIBC, and as such, several of our courses offer AIBC credits. Please see the table below for the AIBC accredited courses.
|Course Name||Core Units||Non Core Units|
|Introduction to Construction Blueprint Reading||7.5||–|
|Construction Industry Ethics||7.5||–|
|BIM Virtual Project||15||–|
|Change Order Management||7.5||–|
|Supervisory & Management Skills||–||15|
|Builders Lien Act||3||–|
|Tender, Contract and Builders Lien Act||3||–|
|Responding Successfully to a Request For Proposal||14||–|
|Close Out a Construction Project||7||–|
|Communication Skills for Construction||–||15|
|Construction Business Management||–||15|
|CM-Lean Modules 1 & 2: Variation in Production Systems/Pull In Production||–||7|
|CM-Lean Modules 3 & 4: Lean Work Structuring/Last Planner System||–||7|
|CM-Lean Module 5: Supply Chain & Assembly||–||7|
|CM-Lean Modules 6 & 7: Lean in Design & Pre-Construction/Problem Solving||–||7|
|How to Be a Better Foreman||–||7|
Please see our Education Calendar for the dates and times of these courses.