CEU Cram 2016

Registration Now Open

 

 

WHAT IS CEU CRAM?

CEU CRAM is a 1 day product tradeshow & continuing education program for architects, designers, & allied professionals.  Day 1 opens at 8:00 am on the tradeshow floor.  Participants will be given a brief introduction to vendor & workshop facilitators.  Immediately following, participants will head out to their first of 4 workshops scheduled. Lunch & tradeshow challenge will be provided mid-day.

WHY YOU SHOULD BE PART OF CEU CRAM

CEU CRAM provides the unique opportunity for vendors, product specialists, & subject-matter experts to provide detailed information & education to a captive audience of architects & designers.  

Architects & designers have the unique opportunity to learn in small classroom settings, allowing for personalized attention & the opportunity to have specific questions answered.  In addition to earning up to 7 FREE continuing education credits, attendees have the opportunity to network & socialize during catered lunch.

Don't forget the interactive mid-day tradeshow event.  Attendees will learn a little from all the workshop presenters - including the workshop classes they are not registered to attend.  By gaining brief information on all CEU CRAM topics, attendees can earn a mid-day continuing education credit.

 

CEU CRAM BENEFITS - ATTENDEES

  • Earn up to 7 AIA-approved continuing education credits - FREE
  • Network & build your professional relationships
  • Learn about new products & cutting edge innovations
  • Learn about new trends, codes, & requirements in architecture & design
  • Share experiences & best practices with colleagues 

Download your COURSE CATELOG & REGISTRATION FORM

 

NOTE: Workshop courses will be filled on a first-come-first-serve basis. It is recommended that you submit you completed registration form early! Registration forms should be submitted to allison@aiaorlando.com by October 14, 2016

Location: Valencia West Campus – 1800 S. Kirkman Rd. - Special Events Center - Building 8, Orlando 32811

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