The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat is a registered American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Credits (CES) provider. Registered professionals could expect to accumulate up to 6 hours of CES credits during the Timber Rising Symposium, but can earn up to 30 hours of CES credits during the entire six day CTBUH 10th World Congress
(including AIA Health, Safety & Welfare credits). A Certificate of Completion will be provided to registrants upon request.
The Council holds at least one conference per year and a world congress every five years in an active tall building city around the world. Larger in scale than the annual conferences, world congresses are substantiated by paper-based proceedings and encapsulate a geographic audit of the best developments happening in each region around the world.