San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 20, 2012
aecKnowledge, a leading provider of advanced online continuing education (CE) for architects, engineers and construction professionals, announces a new knowledge partnership with The National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA). The partnership was formed based on a shared mission to promote professional development and excellence.
“We are very excited about this partnership and about sharing aecKnowledge’s content with our members,” stated Kathy Dixon, 1st Vice President, NOMA. “By joining forces we are not only able to strengthen our organization, but also enrich the knowledge of our members and elevate the profession.”
“Our partnership with NOMA is another step in furthering our mission to transform how members of the AEC community collaborate with and learn from one another,” stated Michael Strogoff, FAIA, President, aecKnowledge. “We look forward to a vibrant partnership that includes highlighting NOMA’s thought leaders and adding new perspectives to our Editorial Board.”
aecKnowledge continuing education courses are approved for continuing education units by AIA/CES and/or GBCI. The courses are also accepted by many states to fulfill mandatory CE requirements for ongoing licensure. Additional materials, including free course previews, written transcripts, course descriptions, learning objectives and presenter biographies are also available.
aecKnowledge, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, is an established web-based, peer-reviewed knowledge sharing platform for the AEC industries. aecKnowledge enables members of the architecture, engineering, construction and land use planning industries to share unbiased knowledge and to leverage their collective intellectual capital. With a mission to transform how design and construction professionals throughout the AEC industries collaborate with and learn from each other, aecKnowledge targets the more than 6 million professionals and tradespeople across the fragmented AEC industry, and provides a venue for allied professionals and knowledge providers to strengthen their presence among a large and engaged audience. Visit http://www.aecKnowledge.com for more information.
The National Organization of Minority Architects was founded in 1971 as a means to foster communications among minority architects and to fight discriminatory practices. Its mission is to champion diversity within the design professions by promoting the excellence, community engagement, and professional development of its members. NOMA and its professional and student chapters have been instrumental in supporting minority architects, interns, and underrepresented communities for the past forty years. To learn more, visit http://www.noma.net/.