A.R.E. Structures Seminar for Intern Architects

As part of its mandate to assist Intern Architects, the Toronto Society of Architects (TSA) will host the fourth annual Structure (A.R.E) Exam Workshop Series in Toronto from Friday, September 19th to Sunday, September 21st at the School of Architecture, Landscape & Design, University of Toronto.

Workshops will take place over the course of three full days, and will also include mock examinations as well as study questions complete with answers that focus on preparing Intern Architects for the structural exams required for licensure. Presented by Professor David Thaddeus, these workshops present the technique, strategy and skills invaluable to all Intern Architects preparing for their exams.

David Thaddeus, AIA, is currently a Professor of Structures and Architectural Design at the College of Architecture, University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Professor Thaddeus has been teaching this Architect Registration Examination (ARE) review seminar for the structural divisions since 1989. For more information on David Thaddeus, please contact him at thaddeus@uncc.edu.

Professor Thaddeus highly recommends that all interns familiarize themselves with material pertaining to the Materials & Methods Exam prior to attending the seminar.

For more information on either the workshops, registration or the TSA, please visit http://torontosocietyofarchitects.ca/interns/ or contact the TSA by e-mail at ia@torontosocietyofarchitects.ca.