One of the priorities for the Australian Institute of Building is to support its members and the wider Australian Building and Construction profession with both relevant and innovative continuing professional development (CPD).
Our association with PointsBuild goes back many years. In concert with organisations such as the AIB, PointsBuild aim to be the leading provider of online professional development, education and training courses. We have worked closely with them in delivering a refreshed program to both members and non- members of the Institute.
Through our Chapters, we take pride in working towards a more integrated and nationally coordinated program of both online and face to face course delivery.
Members are now strongly encouraged to maintain a level of involvement in continuing professional development. A minimum of 70 points over three years has been set as a guide with a minimum of 20 points each year which is a combination of both online and other methods of delivery (eg: face to face). Members are able to record their CPD activities on their member record through the member only section of our website.
Once you have selected a course/s and placed them in your shopping cart, you will be asked to provide your AIB membership number at the time of checkout. This will then automatically entitle you to your member discount.
The courses in the following document are recognised as CPD activities and show the credits that can be claimed each time they are completed together with the maximum number of credits that can be claimed in any one year.
For more information on CPD requirements please contact the AIB National Office on (02) 6253 1100.
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|Theme||CPD Activity||Credits per activity||Max credits per year|
|Formal Study and Qualification Upgrade||Undertakes formal relevant learning (where not a student member) eg post grad degree, degree, diploma or certificate.|| 10 points
(on any formal qualification)
|Short courses through AIB Online|| 2 points
|Attendance at technical presentations, site visits or AIB Chapter events|| 3 points
|Short Courses and Workshops|| Industry training seminars or workshops of technical relevance.
Also as a facilitator – which includes preparation and delivery (2 hrs minimum attendance is required)
|Industry training seminars or workshops of technical relevance.
As an active attendee – (2 hrs minimum attendance required)
| 3 points
|Personal Study||Private Study and Research that extends professional skills||1 point||5|
|Research and Publications||Industry publications (other than manufacturers promos) eg writing articles for Industry related publications|| 5 points
(min 1500 words)
|Research and publishing of industry related topic publication based on established international research and publishing rating system (published in an AIB industry related publication or similar)||10 points||10|
|Lecturing / Guest Presenter||Lecturing/teaching at a recognised tertiary institute as a guest speaker.|| 5 points
|Licensing / Registration||Participation in Registration / Licensing programs||Licencing Board rates to apply||10|
|Service to the Institute||Industry service eg AIB Council or Chapter.||3 points||5|
|Attend working sessions and active participation at a national or State AIB conference||5 points||5|
The allotment of points can be considered by the AIB and varied on a case by case basis.