Plus resources that can help you navigate the AXP.
Plus resources that can help you navigate the AXP.
AXP Update | NCARB
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If you’re working on completing the Architectural Experience Program® (AXP®), you may have noticed that some of the program’s required tasks are harder to gain experience in than others. Here are five ways to help you overcome roadblocks while gaining experience.
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Programming & Analysis »

Programming & Analysis is the first phase of a project, often referred to as pre-design. It includes tasks related to researching and evaluating client requirements, building code and zoning regulations, and site data to develop recommendations on the feasibility of a project.

AXP Guidelines »

The AXP Guidelines is your go-to resource when it comes to understanding the AXP’s requirements, learning more about each experience area, and identifying key knowledge and skills.

Set Expectations »

Working with your supervisor is an essential part of completing the AXP. If you haven’t already, sit down with your supervisor and establish clear expectations for submitting experience reports, providing feedback, and more.

Top 10 Supervisor FAQs »

Help your supervisor find answers to their frequently asked questions, plus additional resources that can ensure you’re getting the guidance you need.

Best Practices for Completing the AXP Remotely »

Earning and reporting professional experience can seem daunting, especially in a remote setting—explore these tips for reporting experience while working remotely.
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