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Attendance at the Ottawa Real Estate Forum is eligible for AIC Continuing Professional Development (CPDs) Credits. Eight (8) CPD credits will be provided for attending the conference. For more information on how to apply of these credits, please go to www.aicanada.ca and log-in with your member credentials.
Attendance at the Ottawa Real Estate Forum is eligible for BOMI Continuing Professional Development (CPDs) Credits. 1 credit will be provided for each hour attended. Certificates may be requested via email to [email protected].
This program may be eligible toward the Law Society’s CPD Requirement as Substantive Hours. Please note that this program is not accredited for Professionalism Hours. For further information, please visit The Law Society of Ontario website – Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
The 2020 Ottawa Real Estate Forum has been pre-approved by Mortgage Professionals Canada for 8 CE Units in the Professional Development Category for 2020 (maximum amount of CEUs for a 1 day event).
This activity is self-reporting and can be achieved by logging into your account at www.mortgageproscan.ca and clicking on “My Account”, and then selecting “My Activities”.
The OAA does not accredit education providers and events. Any event/program that meets the following criteria is eligible and will be accepted under the OAA Continuing Education Program:
Relevant to business or practice of architecture;
1. Address one of the approved subject matter. The OAA ConEd Program recognizes learning activities that are relevant to business of architecture and address at least one of the following subject matter:
Building Code (Ontario Building Code and National Building Code)
Environment and Energy
Heritage Buildings Restoration
Legal Issues and Legislation related to Architectural Practice and the Construction Industry
Practice Management Project Management
Sustainable Design / Green Architecture
2. Minimum one hour long. One hour of classroom time equates to one Continuing Education learning hour.
OAA members self-report continuing education activities on the OAA Transcript. Education providers are not given access to the OAA Transcript i.e. cannot report activities on OAA members’ behalf.
Events/programs that are supported by a certificate of completion or a letter of attendance qualify for structured learning hours. A proof of attendance confirming participation must include the following:
Provider’s name, logo, and contact info
Program’s name, length, and date of completion
Events/programs that are not supported by a proof of attendance qualify for unstructured learning.
OPPI members undertaking Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) may claim learning units according to the Institute’s CPL Program Guide.
Please note that OPPI neither pre-approves CPL events, nor assigns Learning Units to them; the Institute trusts its members to use their reasonable professional judgment in claiming credit, in accordance with the CPL Program Guide.
Please request a certificate of attendance when you register for the event.
Any post event queries relating to Certificates of Attendance must be received within three months of the date of the event. Following which Informa Connect are not obliged to enter into dialogue for requests received after that date.