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American Institute of Building Design (AIBD)

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Published 3 months ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader,

If you've already taken the time to contribute to our Certified Professional Building Designer® (CPBD™) Job Analysis survey, we want to extend our sincere thanks!

Your input is invaluable in shaping the future of our profession.

We also want to inform you that you are entered today's hoodie drawing.

If you haven't yet participated, we're contacting you again to request your expertise.

The survey is an integral part of our job analysis process, aimed at identifying and validating the critical tasks, knowledge, and skills required by building design professionals.

CLICK HERE to start your analysis.

By participating, you'll be helping us ensure that our CPBD certification remains relevant and reflects current industry practices.

This is a critical step in maintaining the integrity and value of our certification program.

Remember, you don't need to be certified to participate.

Your insights as a professional in the field are what truly matter.

Engaging with the survey (which may take up to an hour) contributes to a broader understanding of our profession.

And there's an opportunity to leave comments on any missing Task or Knowledge statements. We highly value your unique perspectives.

And here's some extra motivation to get involved: In today's Coffee With Bernie Show, we'll award the first AIBD Tagline Fleece Hoodie to one of the respondents we've received so far.

This exclusive item isn't available for purchase anywhere else. So, if you haven't completed the survey yet, now's the time. We have four more Friday drawings scheduled.

Thank you once again for your support and dedication to the AIBD. Together, we can continue to shape and elevate our industry.

The A-Team

American Institute of Building Design (AIBD)

The American Institute of Building Design (AIBD) is a professional association that promotes the highest standards of excellence in residential building design. AIBD offers a variety of resources to its members, including continuing education, networking opportunities, and marketing assistance. AIBD is a valuable resource for anyone interested in a career in residential building design. If you want to improve your skills, network with other professionals, and stay up-to-date on the latest trends, AIBD is the perfect organization for you.

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