15 July 2013
In 2009, the reporting requirement for experience (aka the “Six-Month Rule”) came into effect for all interns. As one of the biggest policy changes governing the reporting of experience, it’s only natural to want to see what effect it has had on how fast or slow interns progress through the IDP. We can see here that interns who completed the IDP over the last two years have completed it more quickly from the peak in 2010. The mean years between the start and end of IDP has dropped from 6.18 for 2010 completions to 5.33 for 2012 completions.
The 2013 edition of NCARB by the Numbers is now available to download. Based on NCARB Record holder data, the publication’s analytics and trends provide an accurate look not only at NCARB programs and services, but the profession as a whole.