IIBEC’s Educational Programs have earned an industry-wide reputation for offering top-quality, comprehensive building envelope education.
Designed to provide individuals of differing backgrounds with relevant information about roofing, waterproofing, and building envelope technology and design issues, IIBEC’s educational programs vary in intensity, from basic concepts to advanced specific application principles and theory.
Of attendees polled, 99% describe the programs as “worthwhile” and say they would attend future educational events.
Three Types of Education
In-Person Courses: We’re the authoritative voice and resource for roofing, waterproofing, and exterior wall specification and design, and our classroom courses provide individuals of differing backgrounds with relevant and trending topics in the field. Continuing your education and achieving an IIBEC designation is a big step in your career, and we’re here to guide you with courses offered every month across the U.S. and Canada. AIA credits and CEHs are offered for each course.
Online Courses: We make it easy to stay at the top of your field with our selection of online courses on a variety of trending topics. Courses offered completely online allow you to earn continuing education credits from the convenience of your own office or location. AIA credits and CEHs are offered for our online courses in the same way you would obtain them for an in-person course.
Contract Courses: Contract with us to host a course at your facility and on your schedule. Contract courses are offered to a minimum of 15 people at your facility. Save on travel and hotel expenses and get the customized experience for your organization that meets your specific needs. As with all our education courses, AIA credits and CEHs are available. Reach out to our Director of Educational Services, Jennifer Roller to schedule your event.
Are you looking to get your brand out and increase awareness? IIBEC offers sponsorship of our educational courses. For more information, reach out to our Director of Educational Services, Jennifer Roller.
Continuing Education Credit
IIBEC grants Continuing Educational Hours (CEHs) based on hourly attendance. Additionally, each course is registered to provide Learning Units (LUs) from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Most IIBEC Educational Programs offer AIA Health, Safety, Welfare credit.