Galaxy Control Systems, provider of integrated access control and security solutions, announces that they have received approval from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as a provider of education classes under the organization’s Continuing Education System (CES). Additionally, AIA has also approved the first of Galaxy’s courses, which is available online now.
“We are thrilled to receive approval from AIA to offer educational courses that will provide their members with valuable insight into access control technologies and best practices that will help them grow in their profession,” said Robert Laughlin, President, Galaxy Control Systems. “We look forward to developing and delivering courses on a wide range of helpful topics for this important community.”
AIA developed its CES to provide architects with access to the continuing education offerings they require to maintain competence, prepare for the future, fulfill requirements for membership and renew state licensure. Approved courses are listed on the AIA website, allowing architects to easily find online offerings that are most relevant and helpful for advancing their careers.
CES approval allows Galaxy to submit instructor-led courses, which will be featured on AIA’s online list of approved courses that provide AEs with continuing education (CE) credits. Galaxy’s first approved offering is titled “Access 101 – The Basics,” and future courses will range from access control basics to more advanced, in-depth topics.
This presentation will also be given during all remaining Galaxy USA Roadshows. These free technical events will showcase Galaxy Control Systems’ newest services and applications in a full day workshop of product demonstrations and interactive discussions.