Whether you’re a student or already an architect outside the province, learn about the different pathways to becoming licensed as an Architect in Ontario.
Find out about the OAAAS, and how to become a Licensed Technologist OAA—as well as what this means.
Enrolled in an accredited program in architecture or the RAIC Syllabus program? Learn the benefits of becoming a free Student Associate in the OAA.
The Intern Architect designation reflects enrolment in the Internship in Architecture Program (IAP)—a national program providing a path to becoming licensed as an architect.
An Architect is a highly trained professional who has been licensed by the OAA. As members, they are bound by the Architects Act and OAA Bylaws. Learn more.
An Architect (Non-Practising) is not involved in the ‘practice of architecture’ but currently holds, or has previously held, a licence. Find out what this means.
A Lic.Tech.OAA is someone granted a licence by the OAA to practise architecture subject to certain Terms, Conditions, and Limitations.
All designs prepared by an Architect or Lic.Tech.OAA must be sealed with the digital professional seal issued to them by the OAA.
Only holders of a Certificate of Practice can offer architectural services to the public. Learn more about options for Architects and Lic.Tech.OAAs as well as temporary licenses and limited CoPs.
Find out more information about the OAA’s Retired, Life, and Honorary Member categories, including the requirements for eligibility.
Links for annual individual and practice renewals, Certificates of Practice, and other store and fee-related transactions, as well as the accepted payment options.
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Shift 2021 Resiliency Architecture Challenge
The theme for the second 2021 SHIFT Challenge is Resiliency/Architecture.
BLOAAG - Shifting Paradigms
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed virtually every aspect of life. How have you adapted?