IDP Supplementary Education Can Be Entered Into the e-EVR

You can now report supplementary education training units through the NCARB electronic Experience Verification Reporting (e-EVR) system. The system currently accepts activities completed from the Emerging Professionals Companion (EPC), LEED accreditation, Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) certifications, and the American Institute of Architect (AIA) continuing education programs.

Reading NCARB's Professional Conduct monograph and passing the online quiz is now a recognized supplementary education activity for the IDP. The monograph is free for interns (a $150 value) and can be downloaded from your home page in "My NCARB Record." You will receive two minimum training units in Training Area 15 Office Management upon completion the quiz. Log in to My NCARB Record to download the monograph and request a quiz password. Once you have read the monograph and passed the quiz, the units will appear in your e-EVR within four to six weeks. You do not need to submit anything to NCARB.

You can earn up to five training units to satisfy the minimum requirements in any of the IDP training areas 1-16 by completing supplementary education. Please read the supplementary education section of the IDP Guidelines for more information.


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