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1 IDP Boot Camp Saturday, April 12 1:30-3pm Edwin F. Jarboe, AIA IDP Auxiliary Coordinator, BRR Architecture Tina Reames, AIA IDP State Coordinator, New Mexico

2 IDP Boot Camp IDP Bootcamp Emerging Professionals is a Registered Provider with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (CES). Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to CES Records for AIA members. Certificates of completion for non-AIA members are available on request. This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation.

3 IDP Boot Camp Learning Objectives Understand and explain the regulatory requirements necessary in the pathway to licensure. Explain how to obtain, maintain and retrieve your NCARB Council Record—this includes knowing how to properly log and record training units, fill out forms and sign off on forms. Using resources and guidelines taught in the workshop, clarify a wide range of FAQs and identify the proper person or organization to contact for answers to specific scenario based questions.

4 IDP Boot Camp What is IDP? “IDP is a profession-wide, comprehensive program that contributes to the development of competent architects who can provide exemplary architectural services.”

5 IDP Boot Camp Objectives of IDP acquire basic knowledge and skills 1.Define areas of architectural practice in which interns should acquire basic knowledge and skills; 2.Encourage additional training 2.Encourage additional training in the broad aspects of architectural practice; 3.Provide the highest quality information and advice 3.Provide the highest quality information and advice about educational, internship and professional issues and opportunities; 4.Provide a uniform system 4.Provide a uniform system for documentation and periodic assessment of internship activity; and 5.Provide greater access to educational opportunities 5.Provide greater access to educational opportunities designed to enrich training.

6 IDP Boot Camp Brief History May 1919 - At an American Institute of Architects convention in Nashville, Tennessee, 15 architects from 13 states came together to form the organization that would soon become the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Today, NCARB members are the architectural registration boards of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and three U.S. territories (Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands). Each registration board has state-appointed public and professional members as well as an administrator. Two equally important responsibilities comprise the mission of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards: to work together as a council of member boards to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of the public and to assist member boards in carrying out their duties.

7 IDP Boot Camp Brief History 1897 – Illinois becomes first state to pass laws regulating practice of architecture 1919 – NCARB created 1969 – NCARB established the title “Intern Architect” and begins development of an internship program 1972 – A national committee is established by AIA and NCARB (IDP Coordinating Committee) 1976 – Intern-Architect Development Program (IDP) begins as a pilot program in Colorado, New Jersey and Texas 2007 – IDPCC renamed IDPAC

8 IDP Boot Camp What is Required for Registration? What are the 3 ‘E’s’ needed to become licensed architect? Education Experience Examination The 3 E’s

9 IDP Boot Camp The Collaterals What groups make up the “collateral” organizations? AIA AIAS ACSA NAAB NCARB

10 IDP Boot Camp Length of IDP How many training units (TUs) are required to complete IDP? 700 Training Units = 5,600 hours (1 TU = 8 hours) Equivalent to 2 years, 10 months

11 IDP Boot Camp Education Evaluation Services for Architects What is the Education Evaluation Services for Architects (EESA) used for? To evaluate degrees in the field of architecture conferred by an academic institution outside of the U.S. and Canada.

12 IDP Boot Camp Education Most state boards require a professional degree from an NAAB-accredited program –B.Arch –M.Arch –D.Arch EESA equivalent also accepted Degree Requirements

13 IDP Boot Camp Education Training while in school can begin: –After completion of the 3rd year in a 5-year NAAB-accredited B.Arch program Minimum 96 semester credit hours after 3 rd year, of which no more than 60 can be general education 32 semester credit hours and 48 quarter credit hours = one year –After completion of the 3rd year in a 4-year pre-professional program (program which leads to direct entry into a 2 year M.Arch) –After completion of the 1st year in a NAAB-accredited M.Arch program (with an undergraduate degree in another discipline) Entry Points

14 IDP Boot Camp Where IDP is Required 50 Registration Boards require IDP training: = IDP required = California IDP required since January 1, 2005 = IDP accepted, not required: AZ

15 IDP Boot Camp (your state’s) Requirements Fill in requirements of your state here

16 IDP Boot Camp Experience Some states have their own programs (CO, WI); however, interns should be aware that these will not allow them to become licensed in other states Remember the entry points: Interns should initiate their council records as soon as they are eligible. Getting Started: The Application

17 IDP Boot Camp New Online Application

18 IDP Boot Camp Experience MUST be licensed in the jurisdiction where office in which the intern is working is located (some exceptions may apply in metropolitan areas with prior NCARB approval) Should be familiar with state licensing requirements and with IDP Guidelines Supervises and assesses intern’s work on a daily basis IDP Supervisor

19 IDP Boot Camp Experience Provides reasonable opportunities for intern to gain experience in IDP training categories and expertise areas Meet regularly with the intern to review progress and to certify (sign) intern's documentation of training activities Encourage intern participation in seminars and other supplementary education activities or resources Confer, if necessary, with the intern's mentor IDP Supervisor

20 IDP Boot Camp ExperienceExperience Licensed architect, preferably outside firm and can be outside jurisdiction of intern’s firm Supervisor may be mentor, but not best scenario for intern Should be familiar with state licensure requirements and IDP Guidelines Meet regularly (at least quarterly) with intern to review progress and to acknowledge (sign) intern's training activities IDP Mentor

21 IDP Boot Camp Experience Suggest supplementary education activities and confer, if necessary, with the intern's supervisor Provide guidance to enhance intern's professional growth Mentoring Essentials training program on IDP Mentor

22 IDP Boot Camp Experience Setting B Under the direct supervision of a licensed architect in a non- comprehensive architecture practice (465 TUs) Training Settings Setting A Under the direct supervision of a licensed architect in a comprehensive architecture practice (No limit)

23 IDP Boot Camp Experience Setting C Firm outside the U.S. or Canada under a foreign licensed architect (235 TUs) Training Settings Setting D Experience related to architecture under the supervision of a licensed engineer or landscape architect (235 TUs)

24 IDP Boot Camp Experience Setting FF Performing professional and community service when not in settings described in A through F –The person who is in charge of the community service activity should write a letter describing the community service work and sign the form as the supervisor (i.e. the director/leader for Habitat, church board official, etc.) Training Settings Setting E Activities in design/construction of built environment under direct supervision of one experienced in activity (117 TUs, not in Category A or B) Setting F Full-time teaching or research in a NAAB or CACB-accredited program (245 TUs, Category D only)

25 IDP Boot Camp Experience To earn Training Units in Categories A- E, interns must work at least: –Full-Time Employment: 35 hours per week for a minimum of 8 consecutive weeks –Part-Time Employment: at least 20 hours per week for a minimum of 6 consecutive months Duration Requirements

26 IDP Boot Camp Experience Category A: Design and Construction Documents (350 TUs) Category B: Construction Contract Administration (70 TUs) Category C: Management (35 TUs) Category D: Related Activities (10 TUs) + 235 Floating Units Training Areas

27 IDP Boot Camp Experience Category A Design and Construction Documents –Programming (10TUs) –Site and Environmental Analysis (10 TUs) –Schematic Design (15 TUs) –Engineering Systems Coordination (15 TUs) –Building Cost Analysis (10 TUs) –Code Research (15 TUs) –Design Development (40 TUs) –Construction Documents (135 TUs) –Specifications and Materials Research (15 TUs) –Document Checking and Coordination (10 TUs) Training Areas

28 IDP Boot Camp Experience Category B Construction Contract Administration –Bidding and Contract Negotiation (10 TUs) –Construction Phase—Office (15 TUs) –Construction Phase—Observation (15 TUs) Training Areas

29 IDP Boot Camp Experience Category C Management –Project Management (15 TUs) –Office Management (10 TUs) Training Areas

30 IDP Boot Camp Experience Category D Related Activities –Professional and Community Service (10 TUs) –Other (0) Training Areas Model Building/Photography Planning Activities Prof. Delineation Supp. Education Surveying Teaching Urban Design Applied Research Code Compliance Computer Application/Cadd Construction Engineering Field Measurement Historic Restoration Interior Architecture

31 IDP Boot Camp Augments practical experience received on the job, but cannot be used to satisfy minimum TU requirements (465 TUs) Post-professional degree programs count (117 TUs) Resources may include: –Emerging Professional’s Companion –AIA-approved Continuing Education programs Experience Supplementary Education

32 IDP Boot Camp Experience Emerging Professional’s Companion (EPC) –Online tool designed to expose architectural interns and students to current practice models as well as provide interactive continuing education opportunities for emerging professionals and more seasoned professionals that are already in the workplace –Can be used by interns to receive up to 225 training units in the IDP (may not be part of initial minimum TUs required) –Users can then choose from a series of exercises and case- based scenarios to apply their knowledge in areas such as health, safety, welfare, design and construction liability, and ethical dilemmas Supplementary Education

33 IDP Boot Camp Credit tracking through AIA Continuing Education System at University of Oklahoma IDP Record holders who are NOT AIA members can receive free transcript service for three years Get an AIA number by visiting and clicking the appropriate link ExperienceExperience Supplementary Education

34 IDP Boot Camp 1LU =.25 TU 1 IDP = 1 TU For AIA Continuing Education: For Emerging Professionals Companion:

35 IDP Boot Camp Experience Includes “IDP Training Report” for reporting TUs Use the diary section to explain related activities and supplementary education Attach a copy of your AIA transcript to document supplementary education Must be signed and dated by intern, supervisor, and mentor Submit every 3-4 months Form 123: Employment Verification Form

36 IDP Boot Camp Intern: Sign First Supervisor: Signs LAST Mentor: Signs Training Setting as defined by NCARB

37 IDP Boot Camp 1 st column: Experience under the supervision of a registered professional 2 nd column: Supplementary Education (from AIA Transcript)

38 IDP Boot Camp IDP Fees $285 - NCARB Council Record establishment six months, or later, after graduation with a NAAB accredited professional degree (includes first three years of maintenance, following establishment of your Council Record, and one transmittal to a member board) $100 - NCARB Council Record established for eligible students or graduates within six months after graduation ($185 balance deferred until IDP is complete and your Council Record is transmitted to a member board) $60 - Annual Maintenance Fee (beyond the first three years after establishing a Council Record) $570 - Late Application Fee (in addition to the $285 Council Record Fee) to cover the transmittal of a Council Record to a member board within 12 months of establishing that Council Record

39 IDP Boot Camp IDP and ARE Concurrency 12 Registration Boards allow concurrent taking of the ARE with IDP. Contact your State Board for updates on concurrency.

40 IDP Boot Camp Examination Getting Ready to Take the Test NCARB has two forms online at www.ncarb,org, and both prompt a login to “My NCARB Record”www.ncarb,org – –“Request Transmittal of NCARB Record” (for already registered Architects) – –“Request Transmittal of IDP Record” (for Interns Only). Computer-based exam offered year-round at testing centers across country

41 IDP Boot Camp Examination Site Planning Building Planning Building Technology Pre-Design Materials and Methods General Structures Lateral Forces Construction Documents and Services Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing ARE 3.1 Sections Graphic Section Multiple Choice Section

42 IDP Boot Camp Examination Programming, Planning, & Practice Site Planning & Design Building Design & Construction Systems Schematic Design Structural Systems Building Systems Construction Documents and Services ARE 4.0 Sections Graphic and Multiple Choice Combined

43 IDP Boot Camp Examination ARE 3.1 has 9 sections while ARE 4.0 has 7 You may not bring your own calculator to the test; one will be provided on-screen Condensed material Differences between ARE 3.1 and 4.0

44 IDP Boot Camp Examination May 15, 2008 – must have passed at least one division to continue testing in 3.1. Appointments for tests scheduled for 3.1 after May 15 will be cancelled and fee forfeited if no tests have been passed before May 15. July 1, 2008 – new test candidates may begin 4.0 June 30, 2009 – candidates must complete 3.1 July 2009 – candidates who have not completed 3.1 will be transitioned into 4.0 –3.1 will be completely phased out ARE 4.0 Timeline

45 IDP Boot Camp ARE Fees Free - Transmittal of Council Record to one member board $270 - Additional transmittal of Council Record to new member board $1,071 - Total ARE 3.1 cost. $102 for each multiple choice section and $153 for each graphic section $1,190 - Total ARE 4.0 cost. $170 for each section Check with your state’s registration board for any additional fees/requirements

46 IDP Boot Camp Resources NCARB AIA AIAS

47 IDP Boot Camp Support Networks National Associates Committee (NAC) Young Architects Forum (YAF) IDP Coordinators State Boards

48 IDP Boot Camp Additional Resources Internship ARE This concludes the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System Program

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