Understanding and completing AXP is every licensure candidate’s responsibility. However, they can’t complete it alone.
AXP supervisors and mentors play crucial roles throughout the experience process. Their knowledge, guidance, and support are invaluable to the development of a licensure candidate and add to the long-term quality of the profession. It is essential that they understand the requirements and objectives of the AXP in order to help licensure candidates complete the program in a timely manner.
Working With a Supervisor
An AXP supervisor is the individual who supervises a licensure candidate on a daily basis. [more]
Working With a Mentor
A mentor is a loyal advisor, teacher, or coach. [more]
Working With a Licensure Candidate
The purpose of the AXP is to develop competent architects who are prepared to practice architecture independently upon initial registration. [more]