The Nevada State Board of Architecture, Interior Design & Residential Design in partnership with the Nevada Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is offering an opportunity for Nevada Architects, interior designers and residential designers to earn all of Nevada’s 8 required Healty, Safety and Welfare (HSW) Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s) in one day!
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Contact Caron Richardson at 702-895-0936 for details
Thursday, May 25, 2017
7:00AM to 5:15PM
Worldview on Sixteen, Las Vegas Design Center
495 S. Grand Central Pkwy.
Las Vegas, NV. 89106
SCHEDULE & SPEAKERS
7:00 am - 8:00 am - Registration & Coffee
8:00AM – 10:00AM – Next Gen Worker and Workplace
Presented by Kay Sargent, ASID, IIDA, CID, LEED AP, MCR.w
Senior Principal & Director of HOK's Workplace
Workspaces for the future, need to provide for a multi-generational workforce, enabled by technology and working in a more agile manner than ever before. The NEXT generational wave is about to hit the workplace and today's space planning decisions should anticipate them. What will spaces look like, and what will be the impact on the way we work? How will new advances in technology impact workplaces? This session examines the Archetype theory, the impact of Gen Z’s and emerging differences in lifestyle, culture, and work styles and the effects on the Next Generation Workplace.
10:15AM – 12:15PM – The Virtuous Supervisor: Awareness = Profit
Presented by Harry M. Falconer, Jr., AIA, NCARB
Director, Examinations of Experience + Education, NCARB
Ethics in daily life…you live it though you might not recognize it. It is your ethical commitment as a registered professional in Nevada to guide the development of your team members and prepare them for practice. Errors cost you money; knowledge makes you money. This session focuses on the knowledge, skill, and tasks that your teams need to know and, how ethics and conduct underwrite success in your practice.
12:15AM – 1:15PM – Lunch (Provided)
1:15PM – 3:15PM– Building and Fire Code Updates
Presented by Sam Palmer
Acting Director, Clark County Department of Building & Fire Prevention
An in-depth discussion of the most recent updates to the currently adopted ICC Building and Fire Codes as well as Clark County local amendments. In addition, we will discuss the detailed process that Clark County and all local Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ’s) will be performing towards the upcoming 2018 ICC Building and Fire Code adoption cycle.
3:15PM – 5:15PM – Avoiding Conflicts: Architects & Code Officials
Presented by Ron Lynn
Director of Operations, Nevada State Contractors Board
This session identifies best practices to minimize code errors and ensure complete plan submittals. Identifying key partnerships, cultivating relationships and cooperation as methods of effective communication with approving agencies and building officials are important components of the architect’s role in protecting health, safety and welfare.
Registration Fee: $45.00
Registration Deadline: May 22, 2017
Sessions Provide 8 HSW/Code CEUs
All You Need for Renewal of License in Nevada