I2SL offers a variety of educational opportunities for high-tech facility professionals to earn continuing education credits. I2SL's workshops, conference sessions, and High-Tech Talk Webinars provide attendees the opportunity to earn one or more of the following types of credits:
View the I2SL Training Schedule to learn about your next chance to earn continuing education credits from I2SL.
Follow the instructions below if you attended or plan to attend an I2SL offering and would like to receive credit for your participation.
Workshops are typically worth one credit hour per hour of instruction. For in-person workshops, attendance is confirmed and all attendees receive a certificate of completion. Professional engineers and GBCI members can use the certificate to self-report credits. I2SL will report attendance for registered AIA members as long as the AIA member number is provided at registration.
I2SL provides a hard copy attendance form in every I2SL Annual Conference (formerly the Labs21 Annual Conference) attendee packet. Attendees can submit forms on site and will be sent a certificate to confirm their participation. Professional engineers and GBCI members can use the certificate to self-report credits. I2SL will report attendance for registered AIA members as long as the AIA member number is included on the form and/or provided at registration. To comply with AIA policy, members must submit forms to I2SL within one week of the conference in order for I2SL to report credits within AIA's required time frame.
Each I2SL High-Tech Talk is typically worth one continuing education credit for participants. If you are a GBCI member or a professional engineer, please email I2SL to request an electronic certificate as proof of webinar attendance. You can self-report this credit to the respective organization. If you are an AIA member, email I2SL your AIA member number and I2SL will report the credit you have earned directly to AIA.
If you have questions about continuing education credits for past or upcoming offerings, please contact I2SL.