CEPH Resources

TBAE does not ensure that all classes provided by each organization will meet the requirements of the state of Texas.

Architect
NCARB: National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Washington DC   (202) 783-6500 - look for Professional Development Program Monographs - self study courses available under "publications." Please note that NCARB monographs are considered "structured" activities because they have a quiz that must be returned to NCARB to be graded before the certificate is awarded.
AIA: American Institute of Architects.   (800) AIA-3837 Washington DC   (206) 626-7300 - look for on-line courses and search for classes in your area by date, location, or title. Get phone numbers and e-mails for 17 local AIA chapters.
TSA: Texas Society of Architects   (512) 478-7386
Interior Design
NCIDQ - National Council for Interior Design Qualification Washington, DC   (202) 721-0220   Please note that NCIDQ monographs are considered "structured" activities because they have a quiz that must be returned to NCIDQ to be graded before the certificate is awarded.
TAID: Texas Association for Interior Design   (281) 257-3523
ASID - American Society of Interior Designers Washington, DC   (202) 546-3480
IIDA - International Interior Designers Association Chicago, IL   (888) 799-4432 Look for CE Calendar
IDCEC - Interior Design Continuing Education Council
Landscape Architect
CLARB: Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards 3949 Pender Drive, Ste. 120, Fairfax, VA. Phone: (571) 432-0332   Fax: (571) 732-0442   Click on "Continuing Education" for multi-disciplinary, multimedia courses online and for Short Subject for Design Professionals (also known as designer shorts) self study correspondence courses.
ASLA - American Society of Landscape Architects - DC   (202) 898-2444 Sign up for the continuing education course mailing list. Find out about interactive audio conferences.
TSLA - Texas Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects

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