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NCARB webcasts and videos have been developed to help interns and architects understand and stay up-to-date on the latest developments and rules affecting NCARB programs.

Introducting My Examination
In August 2013, NCARB launched My Examination, a dynamic service within My NCARB for ARE® candidates. For the first time, candidates can schedule appointments; access score reports; view exam history, rolling clock dates, eligibility to test information; learn about the latest ARE news; and more—all in one place.

The 10 Steps to Licensure and Certification
Is starting (or finishing) the journey to become an architect one of your 2013 New Year's resolutions? If so, get the year started right by knowing the critical 10 steps to licensure and certification. We'll review everything you need to know to make your goal a reality.

Destination: Architect - Overview
To be an architect, you need to be licensed. Here's an overview of the path to licensure and how to get started.

Destination: Architect - Education
Before choosing a degree program, make sure you're aware of the education requirement for architectural licensure.

Destination: Architect - Experience
Earning experience is an essential step on the path to becoming an architect. Learn more about how to meet the experience requirement for architectural licensure.

Destination: Architect - Examination
If you want to become an architect, you'll need to pass the Architect Registration Examination (ARE). Here's what you need to know about fulfilling this important requirement for licensure.

Destination: Architect - Licensure and Certification
Earning a license means you can call yourself an architect. Here's what you need to know about applying for licensure and making the most of your career through certification.

IDP Experience Setting S: Whether or Not Employed
Experience setting S allows interns to complete about 50 percent of IDP through various available opportunities, whether or not employed. This webcast will be delve into the details and show interns how best to take advantage of this experience setting.

Online Reporting System: Weekly Reporting & Widget
Learn how to use the weekly reporting format and homepage widget in the online reporting system with this instructional video.

The New Online Reporting System
A new online reporting system launches April 5. Learn more about the new system with this sneak peek video.

How to Create a New Account
If you need to establish an NCARB Record or gain access to the e-EVR to review and approve intern experience reports, you will need to create a My NCARB account. Learn how with this easy-to-follow video.

How to Update Existing Accounts
If you have an NCARB Record, access to the e-EVR, or access to the Registration Board sections of the NCARB website, you will need to update your accounts to gain access to the new My NCARB section. Learn how with this helpful video.

IDP 2.0 Supervisors and Mentors
Launching on 3 April 2012, IDP 2.0 is the most significant change to the IDP since its inception in the 1970s. IDP supervisors and mentors have a vital role in shaping the experience of the next generation of architects. Join Director, IDP Harry M. Falconer Jr., AIA, NCARB for a brief webinar highlighting the rollover to IDP 2.0.

NCARB Talks: The IDP Experience
Martin Smith, NCARB's manager of the Intern Development Program (IDP) talks about his participation in the IDP and the importance of working with his supervisor throughout the program.

NCARB Talks: One Path to Licensure
Meet Jared Zurn, the assistant director of ARE development at NCARB. Zurn talks about his unique path to licensure and why earning a license and the NCARB Certificate was important to him.

NCARB Certification Now!
Are you licensed to practice architecture in the United States? Have you been interested in getting a license in another state? Then the NCARB Certificate might be the credential for you! Have you looked into the program previously and thought it was going to be too complicated or too much work? This webcast will explain the processes and details related to obtaining the NCARB Certificate.

Options for Foreign Interns and Architects Seeking U.S. Licensure
Learn about the pathways for foreign interns and architects to pursue U.S. licensure. Topics include the EESA transcript evaluation process, Intern Development Program (IDP) eligibility dates, working abroad, and the Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect (BEFA) program—plus where to find the information you need to successfully complete the process.

Student to Architect: The Path to Licensure
Earning a license to practice architecture is an important milestone in your career. Watch a short video as NCARB architects discuss the path to licensure and the essential steps involved.

Understanding the Rolling Clock
Do you know about the NCARB ARE Rolling Clock? Did you know that it could start affecting you this January? Find out if and when you may be impacted. NCARB staff explains the policy, how it will impact candidates, and how NCARB plans to implement the rule.