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Since 2003 PacePDH.com has delivered over half a million online continuing education hours to more than 50,000 AEC professionals nationwide.

Our online interactive audio/visual courses feature narration, images and illustrations. Our PDF format is a non-timed, read-only course with online testing at the end.
 

Oregon Continuing Education Requirements

Oregon Administrative Rule 806-010-0145.1.a Continuing Education Reporting Requirements

  1. In order to renew or reinstate an architect certificate of registration, the registrant must complete 24 hours of continuing education in health, safety, and welfare (HSW) within the two year registration period prior to renewal or reinstatement.
     
  2. All continuing education must be in architectural health, safety and welfare (HSW) subjects, which are those technical and professional subjects deemed appropriate to safeguard the public and that are necessary for the proper evaluation, design, construction, and utilization of buildings and the built environment,

Oregon Administrative Rule 806-010-0145.6 Continuing Education Record Maintenance and Verification


  • Continuing education may be audited to verify compliance with these requirements. Evidence of compliance must be maintained by the architect for a minimum of two years from the most recent date of registration or registration renewal in Oregon. If selected for audit, the individual architect must provide evidence to substantiate completion of the continuing education requirements.

  • Acceptable evidence of completion is a certificate or transcript that includes the name of the course provider, registrant’s name, course title, completion date and HSW hours received.

For more information, visit the Oregon CE Rules Website.


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PDF course Non-timed, read-only PDF document with online testing at the end.
speaker 1Audio-visual course for computers. Requires a third party app for phones/tablets.
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Construction Contract Administration


Course Sample Credit Hours Price

Environmental


Course Sample Credit Hours Price
multimedia courseBuilding for Energy Efficiency (BSP/T/GEN) (HSW) 1.00 $19.00
multimedia courseCool Roofs for Warm Climates (GEN) (HSW) 1.00 $19.00
   PDF courseCool Roofs for Warm Climates PDF (HSW) 1.00 $19.00
multimedia courseEnergy Efficient Roofs (GEN) (HSW) 1.00 $19.00
multimedia courseEnergy Efficient Ventilation Techniques (GEN) (HSW) 1.00 $19.00
multimedia courseEnvironmentally Safe Paints and Painting Techniques (GEN) (HSW) 1.00 $19.00
multimedia courseRaising the Roof (GEN) (HSW) 2.00 $38.00
   PDF courseStrategies to Achieve Net-Zero Energy Homes PDF (HSW) 2.00 $38.00

Legal



Occupant Comfort


Course Sample Credit Hours Price
multimedia courseIndoor Environmental Quality (GEN) (HSW) 3.00 $57.00
   PDF courseSound Advice for Acoustics PDF (HSW) 4.00 $76.00

Continuing education may be audited to verify compliance with these requirements. Evidence of compliance must be maintained by the architect for a minimum of two years from the most recent date of registration or registration renewal in Oregon. If selected for audit, the individual architect must provide evidence to substantiate completion of the continuing education requirements. Acceptable evidence of completion is a certificate or transcript that includes the name of the course provider, registrant’s name, course title, completion date and HSW hours received.

In order to renew or reinstate an architect certificate of registration, the registrant must complete 24 hours of continuing education in health, safety, and welfare (HSW) within the two year registration period prior to renewal or reinstatement.

All continuing education must be in architectural health, safety and welfare (HSW) subjects, which are those technical and professional subjects deemed appropriate to safeguard the public and that are necessary for the proper evaluation, design, construction, and utilization of buildings and the built environment,