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    ARE Prep Class: PPD0 – Project Planning & Design + Project Development & Documentation (SPD)

    Tuesday, July 7, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDT

    This “Environmental Conditions & Context; Sustainability in site planning, (legal, economic and perceptual influences on site design” course is taught by Roland Lau, AIA and Peter Mueller, AIA.

    The ARE preparatory sessions are designed by the AIASF Architecture Licensing Committee to focus on what we deem to be the most important issues that may be required to pass the AREs. These classes are open to anyone, but you must pre-register to attend–including ARE Pact students who made a commitment to take all the ARE exams within a one-year period. The ARE classes are taught pro-bono by registered architects and engineers working in their profession.

    For any questions about the ARE class content and architectural licensing, send a message to aresfcourse@gmail.com. View the full, detailed ARE course schedule here.

    Everyone is welcome to attend our programs. If you have any difficulties registering for an event, please contact the AIASF reception at info@aiasf.org.

    NOTE: we cannot guarantee that registrants will be able to receive class outlines if they register less than two business days before class time.


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    Tuesday, July 7, 2020
    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDT
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