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Elevate Your Design Skills - Join Us for this month's Tuesday at 2:00 Watch Party

Published 24 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader,

In the dynamic world of building design, staying ahead means continuously embracing new knowledge and skills.

Whether you're a seasoned Certified Professional Building Designer (CPBD) or a passionate design professional on your path to certification, our "Tuesday at 2:00 Watch Party" is your gateway to growth, inspiration, and professional development.

The journey to excellence is ongoing.

That's why we've tailored our monthly watch parties to support not just our CPBDs but all design professionals eager to deepen their understanding and refine their craft.

This month, immerse yourself in the elegance of Mid-Century Modern architecture with a webinar presented by experts from BNP Media CE Center, an AIBD-registered Continuing Education Provider (CEP).

Explore the movement's foundational principles, iconic architects, and how modern sustainability goals intertwine with this timeless style.

Click here to register for Tuesday's watch party.

Why This Matters to You:

  • For CPBDs: Secure your required CE credits in a stress-free, enriching environment. Stay certified, stay ahead.
  • For Aspiring Certificants: Get a head start on the knowledge needed for certification and gain insights that can elevate your designs and professional approach.
  • For All Design Professionals: Join a community dedicated to excellence in design. Learn, get inspired, and connect with peers passionate about architecture and design.

See you there?

-the A-Team

P.S. here's the schedule for future watch parties:

Each session aligns with the CPBD Exam blueprint, ensuring relevance across the business, design, and building science sectors.

Whether you're aiming for certification or looking to enhance your professional skill set, our watch parties offer valuable learning opportunities for everyone.

Click here to register for Tuesday's watch party.

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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