NCARB Supervisor Update
New Supervisor CE Course Now Available!
As a supervisor, you play a crucial role in helping the next generation of architects complete their path to licensure, so it’s important you have a good understanding of the Architectural Experience Program® (AXP®), its goals, and the responsibilities involved. To best support you, as well as your candidates, we’ve developed our first supervisor CE course—available for free through our Continuum Education Program to anyone with a My NCARB account. 

This new interactive course, worth 1.5 HSW Learning Units (LUs), explains NCARB’s requirements for supervision in the AXP, as well as practical and ethical considerations for supervisors and mentors. Along the way, you’ll encounter videos, required activities, and scenario-based questions exploring:
  • Learning science related to professional training
  • How to give useful feedback
  • How to utilize the AXP to provide structured experience
  • Considerations of unconscious biases that may affect your candidate’s professional development
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AXP Portfolio Supervisor Course
NCARB also offers a CE course for AXP Portfolio supervisors. By taking this course, you’ll learn more about your role as an AXP Portfolio supervisor, plus the path’s method to demonstrating competency to practice architecture. This course is worth 0.5 HSW LUs.
Future Continuum Education Developments
Be on the lookout for additional CE tools and resources in the coming year as part of the Continuum Education Program—providing continuous professional development opportunities for individuals at every stage of their career. In the meantime, you can continue to explore our up-to-date collection of self-study courses.
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Guide for Online Testing Setup
Now that the online proctoring option and related ARE 5.0 changes are live, make sure to explore our new guide to set up a qualified test space at your office for candidates to test remotely.

As you explore this document, you’ll come across key technical and environmental requirements, troubleshooting information, plus details on how to schedule test runs ahead of exam appointments through an NCARB Record, which will provide candidates with a clear understanding of the check-in process and more.

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