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My part of AIA Houston's "Road to Registration" presentation

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The "Road to Registration" presentation was a 'catch all' presentation to explain the process of how one becomes an architect. We tailored the program to meet the needs of high school students, …

The "Road to Registration" presentation was a 'catch all' presentation to explain the process of how one becomes an architect. We tailored the program to meet the needs of high school students, students of architecture, Interns, Architectural Registration Exam candidates, Immigrant architects, and licensed architects who could serve as mentors for anyone, anywhere in the process. My part was to describe IDP and the process to become enrolled. At the time, that was where I was in the process. We gave the program to architecture firms throughout Houston, at AIA Houston meetings for CEUs, at Texas Society of Architects Conferences, other AIA chapters in Texas and Louisiana, and Texas architecture schools.

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  • Intro to IDP Basics
  • Reference of page numbers at bottom of slides Highlight key points
  • Explain each category with a short example
  • Draw attention to 8 hours = 1 Training Unit Point out difference in Construction Documents units
  • Explain activities in category Construction vs. contract documents
  • Explain category Highlight it is not limited to architecture related activities. Easiest satisfied
  • Explanation of workbook Firm Tracking methods Where workbook can be obtained
  • Recap of units needed Additional units explanation Duration of IDP breakdown Percentage summary
  • Explanation of 4 letters Training areas
  • Enroll as soon as you can (without going into fees) Explanation of when you can join.
  • Intro of NCARB Paperwork From general requirements to specific steps
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    • 1. Student Intern ARE Candidate Architect Mentor School of Architecture AIAS ACSA NAAB National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (1919) Sets national standards for architectural registration. Intern Development Program (1979) Comprehensive program for acquiring skills and knowledge AIA Houston (1924) Texas Society of Architects (1931) American Institute of Architects (1857) Firm AIA Local State National IDP NCARB
    • 2. IDP GOALS
      • Define areas of architectural practice in which interns should acquire basic knowledge and skills.
      • Encourage additional training in the broad aspects of architectural practice.
      • Inform and advise about educational internship and professional issues and opportunities .
      • Provide a uniform system for documentation and periodic assessment of internship activity.
      • Provide access to educational opportunities designed to enrich training .
    • 3.
      • Two types of activities that develop core competencies are identified for each IDP training area:
      • Awareness and Understanding
        • The Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice (AHPP)
        • The Construction Specifications Institute Manual of Practice (CSI).
      • Skills and Applications
      IDP BASICS CONCEPTS Pg. 27-43
    • 4.
      • Category A:
      • Category B:
      • Category C:
      • Category D:
      IDP BASICS TRAINING CATEGORIES Design and Construction Documents Construction Administration Management Related Activities Pg. 20
    • 5. IDP BASICS CATEGORY A
      • Design and Construction Documents
      • 1. Programming....................................................................................
      • 2. Site and Environmental Analysis...................................................
      • 3. Schematic Design..............................................................................
      • 4. Engineering System Coordination.................................................
      • 5. Building Cost Analysis....................................................................
      • 6. Code Research..................................................................................
      • 7. Design Development.......................................................................
      • 8. Construction Documents................................................................
      • 9. Specifications and Material Research...........................................
      • 10. Document Checking and Coordination...................................…
      • SUBTOTAL..................................................................................….
      10 10 15 15 10 15 40 135 15 10 275 8 Hours = 1 Training Unit Additional Training Units...............................................................… 75 TOTAL .............................................................................................. 350
    • 6. IDP BASICS CATEGORY B
      • Construction Administration
      • 11. Bidding and Contract Negotiation....................................................
      • 12. Construction Phase - Office................................................................
      • 13. Construction Phase - Observation.....................................................
      • SUBTOTAL...........................................................................................
      10 15 15 40 8 Hours = 1 Training Unit Additional Training Units.................................................................. 30 TOTAL .................................................................................................. 70
    • 7. IDP BASICS CATEGORY C Management 14. Project Management............................................................................ 15. Office Management............................................................................. SUBTOTAL........................................................................................... 15 10 25 8 Hours = 1 Training Unit Additional Training Units.................................................................. 10 TOTAL .................................................................................................. 35
    • 8. IDP BASICS CATEGORY D Related Activities 16. Professional and Community Service.............................................. 10 8 Hours = 1 Training Unit Professional and community service is any voluntary participation, while employed in an acceptable training setting, in a broad range of professional and community activities to develop and enhance your understanding of the people and forces that shape society and your professional knowledge and skills. Community service is not limited to architecturally related activities. At the completion of your internship, you should be able to responsibly volunteer in a traditional or nontraditional community-based organization to help enhance the quality of life. TOTAL .................................................................................................. 10
    • 9. IDP WORKBOOK 8 Hours = 1 Training Unit www.ncarb.org
    • 10. IDP BASICS SUMMARY
      • Category A: Design and Construction Documents.....
      • Category B: Construction Administration...................
      • Category C: Management...............................................
      • Category D: Related Activities.......................................
      • SUBTOTAL..........................................................................................
      350 70 35 10 465 8 Hours = 1 Training Unit 700 Training Units x 8 hours per day = 5600 hours OR 3 years full-time (40 hours per week) Additional Training Units (any category)........................... 235 TOTAL ................................................................................................ 700 Pg. 20
    • 11. TRAINING SETTINGS ARCHITECT 700 UNITS WORKING ABROAD 235 UNITS ENGINEER/ LANDSCAPE ARCITECT 235 UNITS INTERIOR DESIGNER 117 UNITS CONTRACTOR 117 UNITS A B C D TEACHING OR RESEARCH 245 UNITS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 10 UNITS Pg. 22
    • 12. IDP ENTRY POINT
      • Who can join and when:
        • In the third year in an NAAB accredited professional program.
        • In the fourth year of a 4-year pre-professional with acceptance into an NAAB accredited professional program.
        • In the second year of an NAAB accredited Master of Architecture degree program for interns with undergraduate degrees in another discipline.
        • After graduating from an NAAB accredited pre-professional program.
      Pg. 21
    • 13. IDP BASICS EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATIONS
      • Full-time jobs: 35 hours per week for a period of 10 consecutive weeks in one firm is the minimum for the work to be counted.
      • Part-time jobs: 20 hours per week for a period of 6 consecutive months in one firm is the minimum for the work to be counted.
      • No experience used to obtain academic credit may be used to earn training units.
      • Experience in training settings other than those outlined may be accepted if NCARB considers it to be equivalent to experience earned in one or more of the recognized settings.
      Pg. 22
    • 14. Student Intern ARE Candidate Architect Mentor School of Architecture AIAS ACSA NAAB National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (1919) Sets national standards for architectural registration. Intern Development Program (1979) Comprehensive program for acquiring skills and knowledge AIA Houston (1924) Texas Society of Architects (1931) American Institute of Architects (1857) Firm AIA Local State National IDP NCARB