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2017-12-08 08:00:002017-12-09 14:00:00America/New_YorkProcrastinators’ Days 2017AIA New York’s annual Procrastinators’ Days is
Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place New York NY 10012
Dec 08, 2017
AIA New York’s annual Procrastinators’ Days is an important continuing education event for architects in New York.
Offering up to 17 HSW AIA CES through registered educational sessions, Procrastinators’ Days benefits members of the New York design community by helping them meet their AIA membership and state licensing education requirements before the end of the year.
In addition to courses, many presenters will have table-top displays where participants can learn more about the presenting companies, their products, and their services.
Classes run from early morning until late afternoon on an hourly basis so attendees can develop personalized schedules to meet their needs over the three-day conference.
Continental Breakfast and coffee will be provided through each day.
The schedule allows for a 45-minute lunch break each day; meals are not provided.
During lunch and other breaks, attendees are encouraged to visit the sponsor tables on the ground floor level.
A full listing of the courses offered can be found here.
AIA Members (per session): $10 advance with discount code, $20 at door with member card* Non-Members (per session): $30 advance, $40 at door
*Notes on Registration:
– Members of other AIA components qualify for the member rate; however only AIA New York members and recent customers have been sent the member discount code. Therefore, if you are an AIA member but were not offered the member rate, DO NOT REGISTER until you receive the discount code.
– Email email@example.com with your AIA member ID number to receive the code. A fee of $10 will be charged on adjustments made after registration.
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