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Training for Architecture Firms
Designed exclusively for architects with busy or billable schedules, RedVector offers convenient, quality architecture training and architect continuing education courses.
Online Architecture Training
When your firm trains with RedVector, you’ll be in good company with the thousands of industry-leading firms that have chosen to mitigate risk, ensure compliance, hone skills and meet their CE and PDH requirements with us. We offer more than 400 accredited architectural design courses, interior design courses, landscape architecture courses and more to help your staff sharpen skills and meet architect continuing education requirements to renew a professional license, membership or certification. RedVector is an American Institute of Architects Registered Provider, AIA #J315, and all courses are USGBC-approved. Finally, deliver all of your training through RedVector’s best-in-class learning management system to better manage compliance, safety, career development and credentials.
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Assess Your Company’s Potential Training ROI
See how much you could save with online training. By assessing your potential training ROI, you’ll take the first step toward improving training efficiency and validating a strong learning and development plan for your organization. Use the Training ROI Tool to understand payback periods, ROI and other metrics. Plus, generate your custom report.
Architecture Training Topics
RedVector’s continuing education courses offer architect employees the knowledge they need to succeed.
ARCHITECT TRAINING TOPICS
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Architect Training Resources
The State of Training in 2018: Architecture, Engineering, Construction
In this white paper, learn what fellow AEC sector leaders identified as their top training challenges, wants, needs and must-haves for 2018, and find out if your organization’s priorities align.
Designing Against Disaster: Key Structural Considerations to Protect Buildings & Occupants
Data from the American Meteorological Society found that the rate of extreme weather events are on the rise, bringing new challenges for design and construction professionals. In this white paper, understand how to use design to improve resiliency from the elements.