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ART Kick-Off: NCARB & You – IDP, ARE, & Certification
September 11, 2014 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
1-1.5 AIA/CES credits available
FREE to attend!
This program will provide an overview of the AIABaltimore ART (Achieving Registration Together) ARE Prep course and study program, as well as process of architectural licensure in Maryland, and NCARB’s Intern Development Program (IDP) and the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®).
Martin Smith from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) will present on a range of licensure topics relevant to students, interns, supervisors, architects, and people in the architecture profession. The presentation will review the steps necessary to achieve licensure to become an architect and other programs to get the most out of your career in architecture.
In addition, Terry White, Maryland’s DLLR Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing Administrative Secretary, will be on hand to answer questions about the state licensing process.
Topics will include:
- Introduction to the AIABaltimore ART/ARE Prep Series Topics and Format
- Maryland State Architectural Licensure requirements
- Background of NCARB
- The entities involved in the licensure process
- How to progress successfully through the Intern Development Program (IDP)
- What to expect with the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®)
- Recent changes to NCARB programs
- Value of the NCARB Certificate
The presenters will be available to address specific questions on an individual basis. All attendees will be entered into a drawing for complimentary registration to the AIABaltimore ART/ARE Prep series!
Parking is available in the Stieff Silver parking lot where GWWO offices are located.
This event is FREE to attend, but registration is required.Sign up for sessions here: http://www.aiabaltimore.org/areas-of-interest/art/artare-session-registration/
The ART program seeks to link aspiring interns with the tools and resources necessary to successfully complete all seven divisions of the Architectural Registration Exam. The program is organized as a series of classes which extend over the course of the academic year. Classes are held once or twice a month, depending on the complexity of the division, and they are proctored by a qualified instructor with experience in the field. Students are provided with study materials for each class, and follow up study sessions are organized once a month by the Emerging Professionals committee. A course schedule is available through the AIA Baltimore website, along with payment instructions, and other additional details.