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Webinar FAQ

About PHRC Webinars

1. When are your webinars?

Our webinars are typically held the second Tuesday of the month from 1:00-2:00pm. 

Occasionally we will host special webinars on timely topics. Keep up to date on our full list of upcoming webinars at: http://www.phrc.psu.edu/Industry-Education/Webinar-Index.aspx

2. Do you have recordings of your past webinars?

Yes! Within a few days of the live webinar offering, a link to the recording will be available on that webinar’s webpage. Our full list of past webinars and their recordings are available here, http://www.phrc.psu.edu/Industry-Education/Webinar-Index.aspx

Please note: at this time, we are unable to issue continuing education credits for viewing recorded webinars. 

3. How much do your webinars cost?

All of our webinars (past and upcoming) are FREE to view.  A continuing education credit certificate may be obtained after watching a live webinar, which costs $20. A link with instructions on how to obtain this certificate will be presented during the live webinar.  

4. Where can I see the full list of your webinars?

The full list of both upcoming and past webinars are located on our website at http://www.phrc.psu.edu/Industry-Education/Webinar-Index.aspx

Accessing the Webinar

1. Do I need to pre-register for the webinar?

No pre-registration is required for our webinars.

2. How do I get into the webinar?

Click on the webinar page link a few minutes before the webinar.  The Zoom webinar link will be available at the webinar time to access it. 

3. How does Zoom work?

Click here for a quick start guide to participating in a Zoom webinar. 

Continuing Education

1. What continuing education credits are available for your webinars?

Depending on the topic, each webinar is eligible for continuing education credit with one or more of the following groups: AIA, ICC, L&I, and NARI. Many webinars are also appropriate content for Pennsylvania licensed engineer PDH’s. When appropriate, we will obtain preapproval for the webinar with the appropriate entities for continuing education credits, specifically AIA, ICC, and NARI.  The webpage for each webinar will list the available continuing education credit opportunities.  Be sure to review the specific webinar’s available continuing education credits to confirm. Regardless of the stated available continuing education credit, it is ultimately up to the individual to determine whether or not the webinar is appropriate to claim credit for with a specific organization.

2. How do I receive the continuing education certificate?

The last slide of the live webinar will display a link to receive the continuing education certificate. Click this link and register for your certificate by 6pm on the evening of the webinar broadcast, before the link expires. It costs $20 to register and receive the continuing education certificate. The certificate will then be emailed to you through the CVENT interface, so be sure to check your spam folder if you do not see it in your inbox.

3. Can I receive a continuing education certificate for watching a recorded webinar?

At this time, we are unable to issue continuing education credits for viewing recorded webinars. 

4. I have more than on person watching the live webinar with me on my computer.  Can others watching the live webinar also receive a continuing education certificate?

Yes! As long as the person looking for a continuing education certificate has watched the full live webinar and you have interacted with the poll questions throughout, each person watching the webinar may use the registration link presented at the end of the webinar to receive a certificate.

5. The organization for which I would like to receive continuing education credit is not listed on your certificate.  Can I still receive credit for your webinar?

Please double check the guidelines and requirements for your continuing education credits, e.g. how you may self-report applicable continuing education credits. Only the continuing education credits listed on the webinar’s webpage will be listed on the continuing education certificate by the PHRC.

 

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The Pennsylvania Housing Research Center serves the home building industry and the residents of Pennsylvania by improving the quality and affordability of housing.

We conduct applied research, foster the development and commercialization of innovative technologies, and transfer appropriate technologies to the housing community.

Pennsylvania Housing Research Center

219 Sackett Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

Phone: 814-865-2341

Fax: 814-863-7304

E-mail: phrc@psu.edu