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Over the past several years a national task force, established by the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA) composed of all eleven Provincial/Territorial architectural regulators, has been reviewing the IAP examining ways to improve and streamline the Program.
The national task force has concluded its work and tabled recommendations for change which have been approved by the majority of the Provincial/Territorial architectural regulators. We are awaiting the remaining regulators’ responses so that changes can move forward uniformly across Canada.
(This change does not affect individuals in the Syllabus program.)
Newly appointed/enrolled Interns will automatically be entered into the revised Program.
Current Interns will be given the opportunity to stay within the current Program until June 30, 2012 or transfer into the revised Program at any time during the transition period. The current Program will cease to exist on June 30, 2012.
All recorded experience approved by the regulators prior to January 1, 2012 will be preserved and no individual will be disadvantaged when the changes are implemented. Those Interns who wish to maintain eligibility for reciprocity with the USA may continue to record and submit the required 5600 hours of experience.
Questions should be directed to Lashmi Olivierre, Administrator, Admission, email@example.com.