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Who Needs Continuing Education Units?

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Most construction professionals require continuing education units to fulfill their credit requirements for license renewal, certification renewal, or membership in professional organizations. The information below includes details of Continuing Education requirements for professional organizations and state license renewal. 

Organization Members and Certificated Professionals

United States

American Institute of Architects (AIA) - Procore is an AIA/CES Provider. All Procore Continuing Education courses qualify for AIA credit. Members that complete Procore Continuing Education courses and provide their Member ID number will receive credit for the course completion on their transcript within 10 business days. 

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American Institute of Building Design (AIBD) - Procore is a registered AIBD Continuing Education Provider. All Procore Continuing Education courses qualify for "primary" credit. Members are advised to keep their certificate of completion as confirmation of course completion.

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American Institute of Constructors (AIC) - Procore is an approved CPD Provider. All Procore Continuing Education courses qualify for AIC Continuing Professional Development credit required for membership renewal. Members that complete Procore Continuing Education courses are advised to keep their certificate of completion as confirmation when self reporting a course completion. 

Institute of Certified Construction Industry Financial Professionals (ICCIFP) - Procore Continuing Education courses qualify for required continuing education credit. Members that complete Procore Continuing Education courses are advised to keep their certificate of completion as confirmation when self reporting a course completion. 

Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) - Procore Continuing Education courses are Construction Management related and therefore may qualify for membership renewal credit. Members that complete Continuing Education courses are advised to keep their certificate of completion as confirmation of course completion. 

Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) - As AIA credit-bearing courses, Procore Continuing Education courses may qualify for continuing education credit required for membership renewal. Members that complete Procore Continuing Education courses are required to keep their certificates of completion and maintain their records.

Project Management Institute (PMI) - Procore Continuing Education courses may qualify for required PDU credit as self-directed learning. Members that complete Procore Continuing Education courses are advised to keep their certificate of completion as confirmation of course completion. 

 

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Canada

Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) - Procore Continuing Education courses can be self-reported for Learning Units to the Architectural Institute of British Columbia, as per their Continuing Education System Guidelines. 

Australia

Australian Institute of Architects - Procore is an approved CPD provider. Select Procore Continuing Education courses qualify for AIA credit. Look for the Refuel logo!

Engineers Australia - As industry-specific training courses and presentation, Procore Continuing Education courses may qualify for continuing education credit required for membership renewal. Members that complete Procore Continuing Education courses are advised to keep their certificate of completion as confirmation of course completion. 

State License Renewal

Licensing requirements vary by state and by profession. For example, Construction Supervisors with an Unrestricted License in Massachusetts require 12 CEUs biannually.  Residential Builders with a Basic license in Georgia must complete 6 hours of continuing education biannually. In many states, compliance with continuing education requirements is a condition for license renewal. 

Procore's Continuing Education courses may fulfill state licensing requirements. When a course is completed, a certificate of completion is provided. It is up to the construction professional to submit their certificates of completion to their state licensing board to request credit for participating in a Procore Continuing Education course. In many states approval may be granted for courses that the professional has already completed, and prior approval of the course may not be required. Procore cannot guarantee that all boards will accept these course credits. Please check your state's licensing board requirements to verify the rules specific to your state. 

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