AIA CE Training Courses for Licensed Architects Cover Tilt-Up Retaining Wall Technology
Fast Tilt Retaining Wall Provides Live Online Training Nationwide and In-person Training in San Diego, California and Surrounding Counties
By: Fast Tilt Retaining Wall
Continuing education is an important focus for the AIA, which requires its architects to earn credits each year to maintain and grow their knowledge in the field. Licensed architects are required to attain 18 learning units (LUs) each year from approved providers like Fast Tilt. Of these, 12 LUs must pertain to Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW).
Fast Tilt is offering two courses through the AIA program. Both courses will be available live online and with in-person instruction. The first continuing education course will cover the Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) benefits of a new tilt-up retaining wall system. The course will provide 1 credit towards AIA's annual requirement of 12 HSW credits.
The firm also offers an elective course that more fully describes the design, utility and benefits of the tilt-up wall system. This deep dive into tilt-up construction technology goes in depth to discuss the increased speed, reduced cost, and superior design potential of the tilt-up wall system.
There is no charge to attend Fast Tilt's online or in-person continuing education courses. For those who choose in-person instruction, a free lunch will be provided. In-person courses are available throughout Southern California, including San Diego County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernadino County and North County.
For more information, view the Fast Tilt Retaining Wall Continuing Education Video.
Jo Baumgartner, VP of Business Development, is enthusiastic about the upcoming sessions. "We're excited to offer this training to architects nationwide,"
In addition to live online courses, Fast Tilt continues to provide in-person education sessions at facilities throughout Southern California as the world adjusts to COVID-19 impacts. Fast Tilt's trainer follows all federal, state, corporate and CDC guidelines and will ensure that safety protocols are followed as recommended by the CDC and the hosting facility. At press time, measures to be taken include the wearing of face masks for the protection of all parties, proper spacing of attendees to meet social distancing requirements, and the cleaning of contact surfaces before and after each session.
Fast Tilt is currently taking requests to provide AIA continuing education courses covering tilt-up retaining wall technology for licensed architects. To discuss the technology or get on the schedule, contact trainer Jo Baumgartner directly at (858) 679-5550, or via email at email@example.com.
More information is available at the Fast Tilt Continuing Education website.
For more information about Fast Tilt, see http://www.fasttilt.com.
About Fast Tilt Retaining Wall
Fast Tilt Retaining Wall is an award-winning retaining wall system that utilizes tilt-up construction methods to create walls quickly, economically and with unlimited design potential. Fast Tilt walls can be used as soil retention barriers, levees, seawalls, fences, channels or deep foundations.
The Fast Tilt Retaining Wall system cuts construction time by up to 40% over traditional masonry or cast-in-place systems. Walls are constructed horizontally before being lifted into place, allowing for customized finishes including exposed aggregate, polished, stamped and mosaic.