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The OAA Admission Course is a mandatory requirement for licensure for all Intern Architects and OAAAS Technologists in Ontario.
The OAA Admission Course covers topics related to regulatory matters, legal issues and information specific to the practice of architecture in Ontario.
The following Admission Course modules must be completed. You can take all lectures in one year or spread them out over a few years.
01AC Professional Responsibility, Ethics and Membership in a Self-
02AC Construction Act
03AC Legal Aspects: Professional Liability & Architects Contracts
04AC Planning and Development Approvals
05AC The Building Code Act and the Building Permit Application
06AC Ontario Building Code Compliance Data: Concepts and Code
07AC Bid Theory & Bid Practice
08AC Contract Administration and General Review
The Admission Course is offered in three formats, designed to accommodate different needs:
OAAAS Technologists are reminded that their examination will include testing on material from the OAAAS Admission Course session that is only available through OAAAS.
Intern Architects are reminded that the OAA Admission Course is not intended to be an exam preperatory course. It is a foundational piece created as a practical tool that supplements your work experience.