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The Architect Degree Apprenticeships offer employers an opportunity to support talented employees who are in possession of the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) part 1 qualification and are ready to complete parts 2 and 3. The programme integrates academic learning and preparation for professional qualification with work-based practice.
The Architect Apprenticeship Standard is mapped against the ARB (Architect Registrations Board) and RIBA (Royal Institute of Architects) shared Part 2 and Part 3 criteria. On completion successful graduates will gain a master's degree (MArchD) in Architecture.
The course runs for 48 months. Apprentices attend teaching for 26 days (in London or Oxford) as well as following an online programme of study. Progress in the workplace will be monitored through regular contact between the employer, apprentice and tutors.
An End Point Assessment comprising of a design project, a case study report, a career appraisal and interview
End Point Assessment (EPA)
This is delivered in the final six months of the apprenticeship and worth 30 credits and contributes towards the achievement of Part 3 The EPA comprises of:
Assessors will review relevant, knowledge, skills and behaviours to assure themselves that the apprentice has the competence to work as an Architect.
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