Grassroots Advocacy and Current Georgia Legislation

In conjunction with AIA Georgia’s 2016 Day at the Capitol ((FEB 18th)), Don Bolia and Laura Norton of Peachtree Government Affairs will share on three main topics:
– What is Grassroots Advocacy
– Current Legislation affecting architects and the Design-Build Community
– How to easily get involved and make a difference.

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RECORDED: 01/15/2016


HOW TO CALCULATE YOUR CREDITS

For your reference, members’ credits are calculated as follows:

Overage from previous year + audit year + current year

The overage carries over only if there is a deficit in the audit year. The current year’s credits apply to the audit year’s requirement only if there is a deficit in the audit year. For more information please visit the FAQ:

All active AIA members must successfully complete 18 learning unit (LU) hours each year, with at least 8 of the 18 LU hours relating to health, safety, and/or welfare (HSW).

A member who fails to meet the annual requirement will be given a nine month grace period. Any credit earned in the following year will apply toward the deficit. During the grace period, members are able to report retroactively any activities that were completed in the previous year.

A member who exceeds the annual requirement may carry up to 18 LU hours (including eight hours of HSW) over to the next year. Carryover credit can be used for one year only; it is not cumulative. Only the number of credits needed to fulfill the annual requirement for the following year may be carried over. Extra credit may not be carried past the one-year limit.

NOTE: Most state licensing boards do not allow carryover and deficit credit. States have strict continuing education time frames, and credits must be earned within them.