Architect Continuing Education

The American Institute of Architects will award one continuing education learning unit to architects completing an ICRA Construction Awareness course — Stopping Contamination in Its Tracks — taught by representatives from the Carpenters International Training Fund. These representatives have successfully completed a Train-the-Trainer course in the proper methods of instructional delivery, based on AIA continuing education standards and protocols.

Those completing this AIA-approved course will be able to:

  • Discuss how effective infection control programs are comprehensive and require a broad institutional commitment.
  • Analyze an ICRA form to determine the work type, patient risk and work classification for a construction project.
  • Identify the means and methods to ensure compliance with the infectious control risk assessment precautions.
  • Recognize the importance of workforce training.

If you are an architect and are interested in this AIA continuing education program, click here.

Hospital Room

“ICRA-trained carpenters are trained to react quickly when unforeseen conditions show up inside or outside containment areas.”