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Architecture Apprenticeship Handbook

Author/EditorGoodricke, Daniel (Author)
Murray, Luke (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781915722102
Pub Date01/06/2024
BindingPaperback
Pages256
Dimensions (mm)240(h) * 167(w)
A one-stop guide to the level 7 architecture apprenticeship, taking you through key stages of your journey with guidance, precedents and case studies.
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So, you are considering an architecture apprenticeship?

As a new route into the profession, you likely have lots of questions. Amongst them might be:



What is an architecture apprenticeship and is it right for me?
How do I apply and prepare for an apprenticeship?
How can I make the most of my apprenticeship?
How can the apprenticeship support my future career ambitions?

This handbook answers these questions and demystifies the Level 7 apprenticeship, providing structured guidance and advice for career progress to apprentices, as well as those supporting them on their journey.

Using case studies from recent graduates and current apprentices who have excelled through this route, it features information from employers and academics involved in architecture apprenticeships in the UK.

Whilst not for everyone, those choosing to pursue this route are often considered by industry to be amongst the most sought-after of their generation.

Keep the book close and map your journey into the profession.

So, you are considering an architecture apprenticeship?

As a new route into the profession, you likely have lots of questions. Amongst them might be:



What is an architecture apprenticeship and is it right for me?
How do I apply and prepare for an apprenticeship?
How can I make the most of my apprenticeship?
How can the apprenticeship support my future career ambitions?

This handbook answers these questions and demystifies the Level 7 apprenticeship, providing structured guidance and advice for career progress to apprentices, as well as those supporting them on their journey.

Using case studies from recent graduates and current apprentices who have excelled through this route, it features information from employers and academics involved in architecture apprenticeships in the UK.

Whilst not for everyone, those choosing to pursue this route are often considered by industry to be amongst the most sought-after of their generation.

Keep the book close and map your journey into the profession.

Daniel Goodricke is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture and Built Environment at Northumbria University. He leads the first year of the Level 7 architecture apprenticeship, coordinates the End Point Assessment and manages admissions. Daniel is also an external examiner at two other universities offering architecture apprenticeships. Luke Murray is a Senior Lecturer and the Course Leader of the BA (Hons) Architecture course at Ravensbourne University. During Luke's previous employment at London South Bank University, he coordinated both the Level 6 and Level 7 architecture apprenticeships. Luke is also an external examiner at De Montfort University, Leicester and an Independent Assessor at the University of Portsmouth on the Level 6 Architectural Assistant apprenticeship.

About the authors Dedication Acknowledgements Foreword Preface Chapter 1: What is an architecture apprenticeship and is it right for me? Chapter 2: How do I apply and prepare for an apprenticeship? Chapter 3: How can I make the most of my apprenticeship? Chapter 4: Professional life beyond the apprenticeship Appendix I: Mapping of assessment methods to the KSBs of the Architecture Apprenticeship Standard Appendix II: List of higher education institutions offering Architect (Level 7) Apprenticeship Sponsor page References Index Image credits

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