Setting the standard: the National Standard of Competency for Architects

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We present the first Salon on Standards hosted by the UTS School of Architecture in association with the NSW Architects Registration Board. This series invites experts in the field to discuss the standards and regulations that shape the profession of architecture in Australia. Documents like the National Standard of Competency for Architects and the Accreditation Procedure are fundamental to architects and architecture. They provide the roadmap for how we accredit university programs, examine architects on their way to registration, right through their continuing professional development. So where exactly did they come from? And how have they changed over the years to keep up with the profession? And do they actually work? In this episode we’re joined by architect and Professor Kirsten Orr from the University of Melbourne, Dr Peter Raisbeck from the University of Melbourne, and Sydney architect Melonie Bayl-Smith, from Bijl Architecture. You can find our Primer for this event here: https://www.architects.nsw.gov.au/download/ARB%20Primer%20on%20Standards%202017.pdf Download a summary of the National Standard of Competency for Architects https://www.architects.nsw.gov.au/download/ARB_National%20Standard%20of%20Competency%20for%20Architects.pdf

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