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May152013

AIA/CES Credit

Adobe in Action is now an Approved Continuing Education Systems Provider through the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Courses available for AIA/CES credits will always be indicated in our course descriptions. If you wish to obtain AIA Continuing Education credits for your Adobe in Action course, please let us know when you register since we need your AIA number for our records.

For more information on AIA/CES credits or to register for an upcoming class please contact our Director of Education (Kurt Gardella) at:

kurt@adobeinaction.org

A big thanks to Loescher Meachem Architects, Inc. (Los Angeles) for their kind donation which made our first year of AIA/CES membership possible! Thanks Ben!

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