1. Continuing Education Survey for Central Florida Professionals

In response to recent continuing education events that the new Orlando Citylab has hosted, and in response to questions raised by local DCP (Design, Construction & Planning) professionals, the University of Florida has approved my request to anonymously poll Orlando area professionals to see what courses you would be interested in TAKING and/OR TEACHING at the Orlando Citylab.

Thank you for taking the time to give us your anonymous suggestions and feedback to these 10 questions. If you would like a copy of the results of this survey, or if you are interested in further participation as a student, as a host or as an or educator, please contact me directly at sbarnes4@cfl.rr.om.

We are very interested in your feedback!

* 1. What professional registration/licenses do you have that must be updated annually or biannually in Florida? (Please choose all that apply)

* 2. How many total, combined HOURS of Continuing Education (CEU) are required for you to complete for ALL of your above licenses in the next year?

* 3. Do you have any interest in attending additional OTHER Certificate, Licensure or Continuing Education (CEU) classes that might be offered at the Orlando Citylab to groups of 40-100 professionals ?

* 4. Regarding your continuing education requirements, WHERE do prefer to take the majority of your classes, considering that the cost would be reasonable.

* 5. When you schedule your continuing education classes, what TIME(s) do you prefer to take the classes:

* 6. How many hours do you prefer to take in one event (with breaks between classes)?

* 7. What do you normally expect to pay per hour for participating in interesting and valuable CEU classes that you learned something in. (Hourly costs would also including certification of the teacher of the course(s), location fees, parking fees, light beverage and food included to save you time):

* 8. Were you you aware that the University of Florida is opening a graduate school of Architecture in conjunction an undergraduate degree program with UCF and Valencia in the Orlando at the ORLANDO Citylab in 2012? Do you have any additional questions or comments related to this?

(In 2008, The American Institute of Architects established a task force to evaluate options for a school of architecture in Central Florida in response to requests from multiple alumni and businesses. Faculty for UCF, Valencia & the University of Florida have been meeting for years to help form a unified graduate program that area students will have the opportunity to move through (2 + 2 + 2 graduate program: 2 years at Valencia, 2 years at UCF, and 2 years at UF in Orlando at the new Citylab).

* 9. What other specific professional courses would YOU and/or your staff be interested in taking on an evening or weekend basis, including obtaining a 6th year masters degree, if it were offered at the Citylab?

* 10. Are you interested in HOSTING or TEACHING any of the above suggested courses at the Citylab if the University offered them at a reasonable fee and/or if 50-100 DCP professionals signed up? (Please confirm if you are Certified to teach any of the above mentioned CEU courses in your line of business) Any other comments or questions, please contact me via email sbarnes4@cfl.rr.com: Thank you for taking the time to give us your valuable feedback!