We have some VERY exciting news to share here at Alpine SnowGuards.
You may have already heard. Or, maybe you haven’t heard. Either way, it’s worth repeating….
Alpine has recently become an AIA-approved Continuing Education Systems Provider!
What does this mean?
It means that by being an approved AIA/CES Provider, we’re presented with the unique opportunity to serve the global specifying community with educational information, which in turn, helps specifiers determine the very best snow management solutions for use on the most basic, to the most complex designs.
More importantly, what does this mean for you?
Creating our AIA/CES course was one more avenue we could take to support you in staying at the top of your field. If you’re an AIA member, it also means that you will earn 1.5 Learning Units (LU’s) upon successful completion of the course, Snow Management Systems: Form Follows Function.
By completing our on-demand course, not only will you be furthering your own education, you’ll also be helping to set up a framework of collaboration – collaboration with us, with other manufacturers, with those within the architecture community and within your own network. We call this a big WIN/WIN.
AIA Members seek out CES courses from AIA/CES approved providers due to the fact that the course material was written by industry experts, and members know that their attendance will be reported, their Certificate of Completion will be obtained, and they will earn the credit that’s due to them. AIA transcripts and documentation are all stored in a central record-keeping system.
If you’re not an AIA member, the knowledge imparted from the course is invaluable information as you propel your career to the next level, while retaining the additional/supplemental knowledge that’s so important in today’s increasingly challenging, competitive Architectural market.
So, take the course, earn 1.5 Learning Units, and/or walk away with newfound knowledge.
Let us know if you have any questions, and good luck to all who take the course!
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Alpine SnowGuards designs, engineers, and manufactures snow management systems from our facilities in Morrisville, VT. We work closely with leading roofing contractors, engineering firms, developers, and roofing manufacturers to ensure we deliver quality products that do what we say they’ll do. Alpine SnowGuards can help a building qualify for LEED® credits.
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