Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists

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Qualifying as a professionally qualified Architectural Technician

To qualify as an Architectural Technician you must complete and successfully pass the assessment of your Architectural Technician Professional and Occupational Performance (POP) Record. This grade of membership is not available if you are self-employed.

If you are self-employed and do not have the approved qualification/s or ten years’ relevant experience, you are required to complete the Architectural Technician POP Record, but you will not be able to use the designation TCIAT, whilst registered as a profile candidate.

Considering or looking to study Architectural Technology

Architectural Technology is the technology of architecture — it’s all about creating and understanding design and turning ideas into reality. It’s about buildability, durability and sustainability of construction

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For educational establishments

If you are an educational establishment looking for information on how to become Accredited, Approved or a Centre of Excellence.

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