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Entrepreneurial Spirit: Pursuing Work in New Places
Transitioning from employee to sole proprietor of an architecture firm is the dream of many architects, but it comes with a need to understand licensing laws more fully and have a good grasp of acceptable rules of conduct for the profession. This course examines the ethical and legal considerations involved when an architect sets out to establish their own practice. In particular, this course considers how legal requirements for soliciting work may vary between jurisdictions.
Format: CE Course Pages: 50 Score: 2
Options for Brick Veneer
With growing interest in taller wood-frame buildings—many with five stories of wood on podiums and with wood-frame mezzanines—there has also been interest in the use of brick veneer at greater heights. There are code-compliant methods for using brick veneer over the entire height of a mid-rise wood-frame structure. This course reviews two approaches to providing code-compliant brick veneer up to 30 feet and above. Both approaches require the use of The Masonry Society document Building Code Requirements for Masonry Structures Section 12.2.1, “Alternative design of anchored masonry veneer.”
Format: CE Course Pages: 42 Score: 2
AXP Portfolio Supervisor Training
This is a required training course for those who have accepted the role of reviewing an AXP Portfolio for an employee they supervise. It explains the supervisor’s role and obligations in the licensure process for the candidate.
Format: CE Course Pages: 55 Score: 2