Expert Series
Inside NCARB: IDP, ARE, Licensure, & Certification

Date: 7 November 2009
Time: 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Location: Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
                 201 Broadway Avenue
                 Normal, IL  61761

Requires registration to the AIA Illinois: 2009 Annual Conference.

Attention Students, Interns, and Architects (including IDP Supervisors and Mentors):
Are you attending the AIA Illinois: 2009 Annual Conference? If so, please join Rachel Kros, NCARB, AIA, Assistant Director of IDP for the presentation "Inside NCARB: IDP, ARE, Licensure, and Certification." Topics will cover:
  • How NCARB works as an organization
  • How to begin an NCARB Record
  • How to progress successfully through the Intern Development Program (IDP)
  • What to anticipate with the newly implemented ARE 4.0
  • How to obtain a license
  • The value of the NCARB Certificate
You'll also learn about some of the recent changes to NCARB programs, including:
  • The Six-Month Rule
  • The Electronic Experience Verification Reporting (e-EVR) system
  • The IDP Supervisor Guidelines
  • The rollout of IDP 2.0
Following the presentation, NCARB will remain on-site to help address specific questions on an individual basis.


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