About Us

Online Continuing Education

Certified AIA Provider

Provider # 50119821 – Recognized by States as the primary source of continuing education for licensed Architects, both AIA members, and Non-members.


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Track Courses and Certificates

View course completion status and reprint Certificates from our database. For AIA members, completions are uploaded to the AIA/CES database.

Affordable Courses

Just $10 per credit hour.

Access Courses from Any Device

Desktop or laptop computer, Tablet or Smart Phone.

User-Friendly Courses

Our courses are 100% online! Easy to navigate, can pause and rejoin and includes a streamlined evaluation process.

Why Parti?

Parti [pahr-tee]

The chief organizing thought or decision behind an architect’s design. The Parti is presented in the form of a basic diagram or simple statement. Often referred to as the Big Idea.

Learn how to Parti!

Customer Comments

“Your topics are far more interesting than anything I’ve seen from other providers.” John B., Architect, Greenwood Village, Colorado

“Thank’s for your prompt response. Your customer service is GREAT!” Robert L. E., AIA, Architect, Acworth, Georgia

“This was an interesting, informative and easy to follow courses.” Patricia B., Architect, Seattle, Washington

“Your courses are very informative and I will be back for more next year.” William Frank D., NCARB, Architect Tallahassee, Florida

“Each of the courses I took was very interesting and profitable. Good job.” Douglas W. Architect, Tigard, Oregon

“Thanks for being there and being affordable. After all, continuing education as a requirement to maintain a license is ridiculous. This, my first course, was most enjoyable.” Steve C., Architect, McComb, Mississippi

“…it was the best online course to navigate and take the tests I have experienced to date.” John H., Architect, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

“It was so well presented I can’t imagine a better format or clear presentation of issues.” Jefferson W., Architect, Winston-Salem, North Carolina