Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists

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Qualifying as a Chartered Architectural Technologist, MCIAT

As a Chartered Architectural Technologist, MCIAT
To qualify as a Chartered Architectural Technologist you have two options:

Option 1 - MCIAT Professional Assessment application process which is a holistic self-assessment of your  professional experience. Once this has been successfully assessed, you must then pass a Professional Assessment Interview.

Option 2 - Completion of the Chartered Architectural Technologist Professional and Occupational Performance (POP) Record. Once this has been successfully assessed, you must then pass a Professional Practice Interview.

Technician progression
If you have already qualified as an Architectural Technician you will be able to progress to Chartered Membership via the completion of the Chartered Architectural Technologist Professional and Occupational Performance (POP) Record or MCIAT Professional Assessment. Once this has been successfully assessed, you must then pass a Professional Practice Interview.

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