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Architect career cruising

Career crusing


on 1 June 2013

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@IndoJacco Architectural Exam results To the attention of Misha Ali Thank You for the inspiration! Misha, Campbell, CA Help me! A R C H I T E C T Misha Ali Partner in architectural firm
Jacco Structure #3652 due Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 SaaS Help me! DESCRIPTION Working condition Architects work in the construction industry and are involved with designing new buildings, extensions or alterations to existing buildings, or advising on the restoration and conservation of old properties. Responsibilities consulting with other professionals
preparing and presenting reports
producing detailed drawings
regular site visits to check on progress
resolving problems and issues that arise during construction
ensure the buildings are functional
ensuring environmental impact of the project is managed Earning/Salary Most earn from $50,000 to $100,000 a year

Partners and self-employed architects are often paid by the project

Salaries depend on experience and the economy
Ex: slow down in the economy = lower income EDUCATION AND TRAINING High school diploma
A bachelor’s (4 years_ or master’s degree in architecture (1-4 years in length)
A license to practice in your province or territory (3 years) A C H I T T C Most work for architecture firms and building contractors
Some are self-employed
Work in offices and at construction sites
The pressure to meet deadlines can be stressful
use computer-aided design (CAD) software Other Options: enrolling in an apprenticeship-style program with RAIC (10 year) Benefits Architects working for firms:
health insurance
Dental insurance
Paid sick days and holidays
self- employed:
Provide own benefits Career Path LEVEL 1 Intern

EARNINGS $40,000 to $60,000 a year

REQUIREMENTS • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in architecture
EARNINGS $50,000 to $100,000 a year

REQUIREMENTS • Completion of an architecture internship
• Successful completion of the professional exam LEVEL 2 Licensed Architect
EARNINGS $70,000 to $300,000 a year
REQUIREMENTS • Management experience LEVEL 3 Partner in Architectural Firm Personal Suitability Central aspects

Using mathematics to solve technical or scientific problems
Learning about buildings, roads, etc and how they are built
Understanding technical drawings and diagrams
Being interested in 3-dimensional design Secondary aspects

Understanding and using physics
Having your own creative ideas about designs and styles
Planning how work is to be carried out Core Skills
Doing small and detailed tasks
Seeking out and analyzing information
Problem solving
Paying attention to detail
Observing things
Designing Desirable Skills

Asking questions to gain information
negotiating Interests Interests Skills Skills Personal Action Plan 2012/12/3 EDUCATION EXPERIENCE EXAMINATION ARCHITECT Grade 11:
English – University ENG 3U0
Mathematics (Functions)
Physics – University (SPH 3U0)
Technological Design- Construction Focus (TDJ 3M7)
Co-op (4 credits) Grade 12:
English – University (ENG 4U0)
Advanced functions (MHF 4U0)
Calculus (MCV 4U0)
Physics (SPH 4U0)
Financial Accounting Principles (BAT 4M0)
Photography (AWQ 4M0)
Computers (TEJ 4M0)
Tech Design (TDJ 4M0) 18 compulsory credits
12 optional credits
the provincial literacy requirement (grade 10)
40 hours of community service
OSSD (grade 12) Grade 10:
Personal & Career Development
Visual Arts
Technology Master's degree (1-4 years) in architecture Gain 5,600 hours of work experience

Complete the Internship in Architecture program 3-year

Find a mentor Passing a computerized exam
The Examination for Architects in Canada (ExAC)
The Architect Registration Examination (ARE)
There are 7 parts to the exam Misha Ali 2.5+4+3+4= 12.5
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