Congratulations to architectural assistant Tyler, who has officially handed in his last project submission for his Part II architect qualification! Since joining us at CMS, Tyler has learnt and progressed so much, making valuable contributions to our architectural team.
We caught up with Tyler to find out more about his journey towards qualifying as an architect so far. Here’s what he had to say…
“I have now submitted my final assessments for my Part II architect qualification at UWE Bristol.
“The last 3 years have involved several modules that have looked at the repurposing of derelict buildings, the history and theory behind architecture and the legal side of running a practice and how to deal with professional conflict.
“Juggling both work and university over the last 3 years has been a difficult but rewarding challenge and I am now looking forward to being back in the office full time and putting my new skills into play.
“As an apprentice, I now have a wait until December when I can start my gateway through Part III. This will last a year, in which I will sit my final exams and interviews and prepare final information for the RIBA so that I can get my full qualifications and most importantly, legally call myself an architect.
“The apprenticeship has massively helped my learning of the job and it is something that I would highly recommend to anyone that is looking at doing their Part II and Part III in architecture.”
Well done Tyler, we’re proud of everything you have achieved so far. Onwards and upwards!
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