my WEBSITE is in the midst of a change. Lots of corrections and repairs needed.
I would appreciate if you could be patient for another week.
In the meantime if you need answers to your questions, or need to register for a tour or a seminar, please call me at
941 365 5214 or send an email to: email@example.com
and I will try to help you. thank you for your patience.
There are many free HWS/LU, AIA-approved architecture credits online, I take a few of them every year and know that many are very informative. But I personally prefer a good live course or a good live webinar with someone who is into the material he or she presents. Someone who is not trying to sell a product but talks about ideas, technologies, concepts, materials or return to history to try to discover what we may still learn from the past to create an architecture for our Century.
As a provider of Continuing Education to Architects and Interior Designers, I had the pleasure, since 1966, to create and present over 150 courses in front of more than 11,000 professionals.
My courses are not free, but those who took any of them know that they represent an enormous amount of research, and that they are presented in a very “live manner” that will never bore the listener but will often challenge participants.
These Architect Continuing Education Seminars are accepted by the American Institute of Architects/Continuing Education Systems, and all State Boards of Architecture.
SEMINARS ONLINE COURSES
I do offer tours in Europe, South America, the United States, North Africa and Asia.
Although the tours are not advertised as CEU Tours
(GO TO: www.wtrav.com),
Architects and Interior Designers
can receive up to
36 Continuing Education Credits/Learning Units,depending how many courses they will attend while on the tour.
If you have never attended a tour, read some of the testimonials of
people who have traveled with me,
some over ten times, by clicking on the link: Comments from Tour Guests
ARCHITECTS may want to check their State’s requirements by clicking on the link:
INTERIOR DESIGNERS may have to check with their State boards. ASID or IIDA members will have to check with IDCEC about their acceptance of the courses, although they have always been accepted.
Architects and Designers can also click on Understanding Rules for more general information on Continuing Education and also special rules about Florida.
AIA Members can find information here: AIA
Jean possesses an astounding gift for public speaking and an encyclopedic knowledge of all things relevant to the visual poetry that is European architecture/décor, including furnishings, fabrics and ...
Jean possesses an astounding gift for public speaking and an encyclopedic knowledge of all things relevant to the visual poetry that is European architecture/décor, including furnishings, fabrics and landscape considerations. Additionally, I learned more from Mr. Renoux about European history than I ever did from any of my college professors!