Practices

The OAA regulates individuals and legal entities involved in the practice of architecture in Ontario.  A Certificate of Practice must be obtained in order to practise architecture in Ontario and offer professional services to the public. In order to apply for a Certificate of Practice, one must be an architect in good standing with the OAA.  It is also important to note that all architecture practices must also hold professional liability insurance and comply with applicable OAA Bylaws and Rules.
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Architect Certificate of Practice

Anyone who wants to practise architecture in the province and offer professional services to the public must obtain a Certificate of Practice. Find out more.

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Licensed Technologist OAA Certificate of Practice

Lic.Tech.OAAs need a Certificate of Practice to practise architecture in Ontario and offer professional services to the public, with specific terms, conditions, and limitations.

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This alternative to the process of licensure in Ontario and issuance of a Certificate of Practice enables provision of architectural services on a specific project.

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