EPRO AIA/CES Continuing Education

As a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems (AIA/CES), EPRO is committed to offering free professional instruction in critical topics related to building waterproofing and contaminant protection.

Our AIA/CES distance education video course is eligible for 1 AIA/CES HSW LU. To receive credit, enrollees must download the supplemental learning materials and complete the course quiz with a score of 80% or higher. AIA Members can follow the links below to register and receive credit for the course.

Any questions pertaining to this course can be directed to: Peter Grant, VP – Marketing and Sales

How to receive credit:

  1. Watch the video course on this page.
  2. Download and read the required supplemental learning material (a brief but interesting white paper on the topic of blindside waterproofing).
  3. Take the 10-question quiz and pass with a score of 80% or more.

Once you have successfully passed the quiz, you can download your Certificate of Completion for your own records. AIA Members who enter their membership ID # will have their course credit reported automatically to AIA/CES. Please allow up to two weeks for credit to appear on your AIA/CES transcript.

Supplemental Learning Material: Blindside Waterproofing White Paper Download

Take the Quiz to Receive AIA/CES Credit

Redundant Field-Installed Composite Design: Achieving Superior Building Waterproofing & Contaminant Protection
Credit: 1 AIA/CES HSW LU
Course #: EPRO101D
Expiration: Sept 5, 2020
Provider #: 38718205

Note: To receive credit or download a Certificate of Completion, you must be registered with MyAEC.Education. Instructions are provided using the link above.

Description: Water and contaminant infiltration into a building can spell disaster – both for the health and welfare of building occupants and financially for building owners and related stakeholders. Our course explores why and how infiltration occurs, the consequences of infiltration, and recommended methods and materials for mitigating the risk of infiltration in a variety new construction applications.