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Accredited Continuing Education Courses

Three ways to learn with our friendly Building Code Team

With over Eight Decades of Combined Experience

They're kind of like our X-Men™ Team for the 1,000s of Permits our Expeditors run each year


1.  Register for an Upcoming Webinar!

2024 Class Topic: How to Integrate Building Code Into Projects 


Credit: Each of the three courses will count toward one AIA Continuing Education Credit. Take one course or all three!

Cost: Depending on your AIA membership status, each course is $30-40. 

Presenter: Christopher Chwedyk, AIA, CSI, NCARB, Director of The Code Group at Burnham Nationwide.

               *All sessions are at 12:00 PM CDT, for one hour. 

Aug. 29 - Responding to Plan Exam Code Corrections

Oct. 24 - Construction Administration and Codes

Dec. 19 - Post-Occupancy Evaluations and Codes


2. On-Demand Classes from Accredited Burnham Professionals

Lorman Building Code Compliance with Christopher Chwedyk

CreditQualifies for a variety of professional learning credits; mostly 1 Learning Unit. 63 Mins (Followed by a short Exam + Certificate of Completion)

Cost: $149

Presenter: Christopher Chwedyk AIA, CSI, NCARB; presented on October 4, 2023

Agenda and Learning Objectives:

  • You will be able to define the CSI Master Format structure.
  • You will be able to describe the pitfalls of using Guide Specifications.
  • You will be able to explain where to place standards information on the documents
  • You will be able to identify the latest approaches for applying alternative products, materials and methods of construction.


HalfMoon Multi-Family Residential Key Accessibility Components: Fair Housing and IBC/ICC A117.1 2009

Credit: Qualifies for a variety of professional learning credits; mostly 2 Learning Units.

Cost: $109

Presenter: Leah Riley, ADA Specialist & Associate Director of The Code Group at Burnham; presented on October 11, 2023

Agenda and Learning Objectives:

  • Explore and understand applicable building code requirements for multi-family residential new construction projects including applicable referenced standards
  • Obtain insight on differences if a project is government and/or privately funded
  • Identify accessible route and common area basics from site to entrance, parking, amenity for residents, and the leased areas such as retail, offices, and other facilities
  • Gain awareness of the variations between Type A and Type B Dwelling Units including critical requirements for bathrooms and kitchens
  • Recall best practices to follow during construction to avoid issues during final walk through


3. Personal Class for you, your team or Firm

Email or call Burnham to set up personal class to deliver our code classes to you and provide personalized content that suits your firm specialties or for projects that you are working on. Our rates are flexible and so is what we can cover. 

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