Path to Licensure: A talk with the Canadian Architectural Certification Board
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Room MS 3154
Medical Sciences Building
1 King's College Circle
Did you know that in Canada the title “architect” is a protected title? This means only those who are licensed members of their provincial association of architects can call themselves an architect. The licensure process is there to uphold the highest professional standards in the practice of architecture, ensuring only those qualified to practice can call themselves architects … but how exactly do you become licensed?
Join us for this special TSA talk with the Canadian Architectural Certification Board and learn about the different paths to architectural licensure in Canada – from Academic Certification to the Broadly Experienced Foreign Architects Program! We’ll cover all those burning questions you’ve had (and probably a few you haven’t even thought about!) including eligibility criteria, application requirements and the benefits and challenges of the different paths.
So if you are internationally trained professional looking to continue your career in Canada, don’t miss out on this opportunity to get to know the in and outs of the architectural licensure process and see how you can become an architect in Canada!
- Carolina Celis, CACB Program Coordinator, Academic Certification program
- Céleste Burnie, CACB Program Coordinator, Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect program
This is a free event but rsvps are required so get your ticket now!
This lecture was made possible by the generous support of: