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Internship in
Architecture
Program

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IAP Manual - 2022 - Part 01

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True or false: Interns transferring from/to another ROAC jurisdiction will not lose any period of previously accepted architectural experience appropriately documented in the CERB.

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What is the main objective of the IAP?

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What roles are expected of the Supervising Architect and the Mentor?

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How many hours of recorded architectural experience are required by ROAC?

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Which organization has established the Internship in Architecture Program (IAP)?

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Which examination can be taken to satisfy ROAC's examination requirements?

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Which of the following steps is required when starting a new job as an architect?

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Who is responsible for supervising and directing the Intern daily?

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What is the term used to refer to interns in the IAP?

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What is the role of interns in the IAP?

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What happens to previously accepted architectural experience when transferring from one ROAC jurisdiction to another?

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Who ensures that Interns are informed of all the requirements they need to fulfill?

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Who acts as an independent guide/advocate for the Intern?

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If you are employed on a part-time basis by multiple employers during the same period, what is required?

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When should the Mentor meet with the Intern?

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How should Interns select a Mentor?

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Which organization is responsible for the accreditation of professional programs in architecture in Canada?

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Is it possible to record work experience while enrolled in an accredited architectural program?

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True or false: It may be possible to enroll in the Internship in Architecture Program while enrolled in the Architecture Canada/RAIC Syllabus Program.

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Where can you find information about the fees and charges associated with the registration/licensing process?

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Who is responsible for the regulation of the profession of architecture?

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Who must be registered/licensed in the jurisdiction in which the Intern is gaining experience?

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What must a person demonstrate to become registered/licensed in Canada?

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True or false: If you are engaged as an independent contractor or employed on a part-time basis by multiple employers during the same period, you will be considered an employee in each of these circumstances (for the purpose of the IAP only) and will be required to complete a separate CERB section for each employment situation.

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What is the minimum requirement for a candidate to apply to become a Recognized Student or Intern?

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How many hours of work experience may be approved after admission to Part 2 of the Syllabus Program?

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True or false: It may be possible for students who are enrolled in a CACB accredited architectural program to record work experience while enrolled and attending an accredited program and while completing the final two years of a CACB accredited Masters’ Program, by applying to your ROAC jurisdiction and becoming a Recognized Student.

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True or false: It is the responsibility of the Intern to verify with the ROAC jurisdiction whether experience gained as an independent contractor or on a part-time basis is acceptable and pre-approval is generally required.

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What is the maximum amount of work experience that can be credited for students in a CACB accredited Masters’ Program?

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Which of the following is NOT a requirement for registration/licensing in some ROAC jurisdictions?

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IAP Manual - 2022 - Part 02

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Which of the following is NOT a category of architectural experience required for Interns?

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What is the maximum time limit for intern membership in some jurisdictions?

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Who is responsible for verifying whether architectural experience gained as an observer or by completing parallel documents will be accepted?

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When can credit be granted for experience as an observer or by completing parallel documents?

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Who should the Intern contact for clarification on accepting architectural experience gained as an observer or by completing parallel documents?

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Which of the following is a requirement for gaining architectural experience as an Intern?

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What is the purpose of gaining a variety of architectural experience?

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When can an Intern participate as an observer in architectural experience?

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Who must indicate the use of parallel documents or participation as an observer in the CERB?

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What will each intern receive at the end of each review period?

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What is the purpose of the Appendix A in the text?

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Who must certify the entity where architectural employment is gained?

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What is the maximum number of hours of pre-graduation experience that may be considered as IAP experience?

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What is the responsibility of the Recognized Student/Intern before accepting architectural employment?

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What type of architectural employment may be acceptable?

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What happens once an Intern completes the required 3720 hours of architectural experience?

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When will the ROAC jurisdiction review and evaluate the architectural experience of an intern?

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When can an Intern complete parallel documents?

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What is the purpose of the Canadian Experience Record Book (CERB)?

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Which of the following is the purpose of the pre-registration/licensing employment period for Recognized Student/Interns?

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IAP Manual - 2022 - Part 03

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What is the significance of thorough project document coordination during construction?

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True or false: The work of each consultant must be reviewed regularly and checked against the architectural drawings as well as the drawings of other consultants to eliminate conflicts.

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True or false: Thorough project document coordination is not crucial and does not have far-reaching significance during construction.

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What is the total number of architectural experience hours required to satisfy the IAP's requirements?

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What is the importance of reasonable cost estimates in the construction process?

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Which phase(s) of a project does document checking and coordination occur?

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Which of the following is a typical activity for an intern during the Schematic Design phase?

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What is an essential quality of construction documents?

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Which of the following is a key responsibility of the architect in document checking and coordination?

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What is the main responsibility of the Architect during the Engineering Systems Integration phase?

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What is the purpose of late submission review and assessment of architectural experience?

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Which method is typically used by Architects for preliminary analysis?

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True or false: Before final release for construction purposes, the drawings must be checked and cross-checked for accuracy and compatibility.

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In what situations should the CERB be submitted for review?

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Which category of architectural experience involves Management of the Project?

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True or false: Close coordination between drawings and specifications is required when preparing construction documents.

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Which category of architectural experience requires 120 hours for Procurement and Contract Award?

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Which of the following is NOT a typical required intern activity related to construction documents?

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Which of the following is NOT a factor to be considered in the selection and evaluation of materials or products to be used in a project?

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What is the purpose of programming in the architectural process?

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Which of the following is the purpose of the Canadian Experience Record Book (CERB)?

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What is the purpose of close coordination between drawings and specifications in construction documents?

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Who is responsible for maintaining a record of architectural experience in the CERB?

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Which of the following is NOT a typical required Intern Activity in the Envelope Detailing phase?

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When should the drawings be checked and cross-checked for accuracy and compatibility?

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Which of the following factors is NOT considered in the design of the building envelope?

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What is a fundamental principle of specification writing?

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What do Architects typically use to estimate construction cost later in the design process?

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True or false: The role of the architect as a coordinating professional is not a key responsibility in document checking and coordination.

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Which of the following is a typical activity for an intern during the Building Cost Analysis phase?

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The average score is 76%