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Ethics and the Law – Discounted!

Ethics and the Law – Staying out of Trouble!
Are you an architect? Can you prove it? This course delves into the rules, regulations, and responsibilities of the practice of architecture and the responsibilities that you, as an architect, have in the profession. You will better understand the relationship between ethical behavior and the rules that govern architecture. In addition, this course will help you identify and avoid potential practice act violations. Presented by Miguel A. (Mike) Rodriguez, AIA, Rodriguez Architects, Inc., Chair of the Probable Cause Panel and former member of the Board of Architecture and Interior Design & David Minacci, Board Prosecuting Attorney, Smith, Thompson, Shaw & Manausa, PA. 2 LU/HSW Learning Objectives:

  • better understand the relationship between ethical behavior and the rules of practice.
  • better understand how regulations apply to daily practice.
  • understand concepts of responsible supervisory control in everyday situations.
  • identify and avoid potential practice act violations.
All DVD courses come with one (1) set of handout materials and one (1) quiz. A group viewing of the video is permissible, but each participant must complete a separate registration form and an original Quiz. Duplicate copies of quizzes will not be accepted.

Product Number: AIA ETHDL9

Your Price: $89.00


All AIA Florida courses are in compliance with AIA CES guidelines, which states that all courses must be updated every three years. Additionally, all Advanced FBC courses are in compliance with the Florida Building Commission, which states the course is valid for two years, and can renewed only if there are no codes changes. Courses purchased through AIA Florida should be completed and submitted for credit within the allotted timeframes. No refunds or transfers will be granted for expired courses.


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