CEUs & Transcripts
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
During online event registration, you will be prompted to indicate the CEUs that you are interested in receiving at the event, as well as your certifying body membership numbers. After you have registered for an event, you will receive an event name badge in the mail prior to the event with a bar code. The bar code will contain your CEUs' information. Please have the session assistant scan your badge after each workshop or session that you attend. Verification of your attendance will automatically be sent to the applicable certifying bodies, and you will hear from them directly.
If you have already registered, but did not include CEUs, you may go back into registration and select “Update an Existing Registration”.
CEUs for each session will be listed on the Day-at-a-Glance, which will be handed out the morning of and the evening prior.
Certificate of Attendance
Verification for your Employer or for your Personal Records
Do you need verification that you attended the conference?
You must attend at least nine workshops/sessions at the National conference and six sessions at a Regional conference to receive an ACI Certificate of Attendance. (Opening plenary and the closing session are not eligible.) Your certificate will be sent to the email address you provided at registration. At the conclusion of a session or workshop you have attended, ask the session assistant to scan the bar code on your conference admittance badge. You will automatically get credit for attending that session. Certificates of Attendance do not list the specific sessions attended.
A transcript lists all sessions that were attended at the conference, including the session title, date and session length. A transcript of courses attended is available for purchase at registration and is emailed to the attendee approximately two weeks after the event. A transcript is recommended to provide to continuing education accrediting bodies for CEUs not provided by ACI and that require verification of attendance.
If you would like to purchase the transcripts after you have already attended an event, please contact ExpoTrac at 401.766.4142. Only transcripts from 2011 to present are available.
Participating Certifying Bodies:
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) was created in 1857. Through education, government advocacy, community redevelopment, and public outreach activities, the AIA works toward a public environment that is responsive to the people it serves while representing the professional interests of America's architects. In close concert with other members of the design and construction team, the AIA also works to fulfill its commitment to help coordinate the building industry. As members of the AIA, more than 72,000 licensed architects and associated professionals express their commitment to quality, consistency, and safety in the built environment. AIA members adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct that assures clients, the public, and colleagues of an architect's dedication to the highest standards in the professional practice.
1735 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20006-5292
American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)
The American Society of Home Inspectors®, Inc. (ASHI®) is a not-for-profit professional society established in 1976. Membership in ASHI is voluntary and its members are private home inspectors. ASHI's objectives include promotion of excellence within the profession and continual improvement of its members' inspection services to the public.
932 Lee Street, Suite 101
Des Plaines, IL 60016
Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI)
BPI is located in upstate New York, and has been providing certifications to building trade workers since 1998. The BPI staff and Affiliate network provide an infrastructure for delivery of certification services nationwide. BPI certifications go beyond those typically provided by individual trades by utilizing the “house as a system” concept as the foundation for each job designation.
Building performance contractors utilize a systematic approach to home-improvement which addresses all aspects of the building system with respect to health and safety, building durability, and energy efficiency. BPI certified contractors are tested on their building science knowledge skills as well as their ability to apply BPI's standards and perform the inspections necessary to properly diagnose building performance.
Saratoga Technology and Energy Park
10 Hermes Road, Suite 200
Malta, NY 12020
International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI)
InterNACHI, a nonprofit organization, is devoted to maintaining the highest standards of the trade. InterNACHI certification requires that inspectors pass an inspector examination, take a Standards of Practice quiz, and adhere to those standards, complete a Code of Ethics course, and abide by that code, and attend continuing education courses to maintain certification.
P.O. Box 987
Valley Forge, PA 19482-0987
National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)
The Federation of National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) exists to represent the home building industry by serving its members and affiliated state and local builders association. The NAHB members, who are involved in all aspects of a diversified building industry, create jobs for millions of people and contribute significantly to the economic activity of their community, the nation and the world.
1201 15th Street NW
Washington, NC 20005
National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI)
NARI brings together people who work in and with the remodeling industry, belonging and growing by learning from one another. NARI has an inclusive, encompassing purpose: to establish and maintain a firm commitment to developing and sustaining programs that expand and unite the remodeling industry; to ensure the industry's growth and security; to encourage ethical conduct, sound business practices and professionalism in the remodeling industry; and to present NARI as the recognized authority in the remodeling industry.
780 Lee St, Suite 200
Des Plaines, IL 60016
North American Technician Excellence, Inc. (NATE)
For years, the HVAC industry has struggled to combine a variety of technical skills and knowledge into a standard testing program that represents the entire industry. NATE changes all that. As an independent, non-profit coalition of industry leaders, NATE - North American Technician Excellence - provides comprehensive, nationwide testing and certification for HVAC technicians.
As a result, many groups benefit. Consumers' opinions of the HVAC industry are raised. The supply of qualified technicians grows. And technicians themselves have a reason to reach higher and take even more pride in the job they do. Everyone with a stake in the industry reaps the rewards.
2111 Wilson Blvd. Suite 510
Arlington, VA 22201
Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET)
The Residential Energy Services Network's (RESNET) mission is to improve the energy efficiency of the nation's housing stock and to qualify more families for home ownership by expanding the national availability of mortgage financing options and home energy ratings. RESNET is a membership 501(C)3 non profit organization. RESNET's activities are focused on:
- Adopting and maintaining the national standards for home energy ratings
- Accrediting home energy rating providers, energy rating training providers, and home energy rating software programs
- Working with the mortgage industry in developing innovative residential energy efficiency financing products
- Educating the public and the housing industry on the benefits of residential energy efficiency
P.O. Box 4561
Oceanside, CA 92052-4561