Professionally Qualified Architectural Technicians specialise in the application of technology in architecture. You will be an integral supporting part of the design team specialising in the research of products, processes, legislation and technology as well as detailing, designs and drawings.
Professionally qualified Architectural Technicians are specialists in the collation, organisation and investigation of technical information for use during the development of the project design
Professionally qualified Architectural Technicians specialise in the application of technology to architecture, building design and construction. They are recognised as having specialist skills enabling them to use their technical knowledge and skills to provide innovative solutions
Professionally qualified Architectural Technicians can participate in the process
Whilst Technician members of CIAT, TCIAT, cannot practise on their own account, they are an integral part of the architectural design process. As architectural professionals they must adhere to a Code of Conduct
To become a professionally qualified Architectural Technician, you can enrol on a Higher Diploma (HND) or Foundation degree or equivalent in Architectural Technology or built environment subject.