Course Providers

The AAA established a Registered Course Provider Program as a system for professional organizations, businesses and educational providers to partner with the AAA to offer a wide range of reviewed and approved PD activities to our members.

Interested In Becoming a Course Provider?

Download the Registered Course Provider Program Guidelines to learn more about the program.

New Course Providers are required to submit the following completed documents for review:   
Please contact the AAA's PD Officer at [email protected] or 780-432-0224 if you have questions regarding the Registered Course Provider Program. 

Architectural Woodwork Manufacturers Association of Canada (AWMAC) - Northern Alberta Chapter

Craig Gaunt
Evolving from regional associations, AWMAC has become a national non-profit professional association of industry professionals who share the common vision of continually designing, engineering, manufacturing and installing the highest quality of architectural woodwork. AWMAC's strength is the linkage between the national association, the regional AWMAC Chapters, and the manufacturer, supplier, educational and design professional members.

Armstrong World Industries

Robert Lang, Sr Territory Representative, Commercial Ceilings and Walls
Armstrong World Industries is a leader in the design and manufacture of ceilings and floors. Armstrong provides learning opportunities on topics such as subfloors, acoustics and sustainable design.

BC Wood Specialties Group

Ken Hori
BC Wood is a not-for-profit trade association dedicated to growing British Columbia's value-added wood-products manufacturing industry. Value-added wood products can generally be identified as any wood products that can be seen in, on or around a finished building. Through seminars, BC Wood dicusses why architects should specify wood products for all types of construction and design projects and also what types of world class value-added wood products are available from BC.

Big Ass Solutions

Kieran Carreiro, Sales Supervisor
Big Ass Fans' provocative moniker originated with massive overhead fans that brought comfort and energy savings. In our educational seminars we will discuss ASHRAE standard 55 and how elevated air speed has an impact on thermal comfort, and how HVLS fans can improve occupant comfort and energy conservation. Visit the website for more information.

BNP Media

Brittnie Wilson
BNP Media is the parent company for the Architectural Record publication. Their Continuing Education Center is the leading provider in online education for Architects and Designers. Their extensive library provides free courses on a variety of topics in varied formats.

Boon Edam

Brandy Swain
Boon Edam is a premium manufacturer of energy-efficient revolving doors, technologically advanced high security doors and portals, robust full-height and tripod turnstiles, innovative optical turnstiles and wide lane access gates.

Canadian Centre for Healthcare Facilities (CCHF)

Rita Mezei
The Canadian Centre for Healthcare Facilities (CCHF) aims to improve healthcare environments in Canada by bringing together experts in healthcare facilities (architects, engineers, designers, contractors and healthcare leaders) to share case studies, research and network in events held across Canada.

Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC)

Julia DeVries
CCDC launched CCDC Document Webinars, an exciting new initiative aimed at providing information and guidance about the content and use of our standard construction documents. These author-led sessions are designed to explain the underlying principles behind CCDC documents and teach you their correct application and use.

Canadian Stone Industries

Mick Siemens
Canadian Stone Industries is Canada's leading representative for innovative stone veneer and masonry related products. This includes Manufactured and Natural Stone Veneer, Stone Siding, Architectural Profiles and Trim, and Masonry Building Products.

Carbon Upcycling Technologies Inc.

Natalie Giglio
Carbon Upcycling Technologies' vision is to use the waste of today to building a better tomorrow. We upcycle standard supplementary cementitious materials (SCM) using and waste carbon dioxide (CO2) to create Carbon-Enhanced SCMs for use in concrete.

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