The UAP has launched the UAP Career Development Center to augment the existing resources of those providing preparatory courses for aspiring Architects intending to complete the last obstacle in becoming full-fledged professionals.
The Center shall offer basic courses as outlined in the syllabus for the licensure exam provided by the PRBoA, like Professional Practice, Building Laws, Building Materials and Methods of Construction, History and Theory, Planning, Tropical Design, Green Architecture, etc. Architectural Design Courses shall include design strategies for different building types as well as familiarity with Rules 7 & 8 of the IRR of the National Building Code.
An innovation in the program are the study tours on a Lighting Application Center to determine the different lighting systems and its effects on surfaces, a tour on a Sanitary Systems Laboratory to familiarize with different piping materials and connections, tour on a Electrical Laboratory to understand electrical fittings, fixtures and connections.
A possible inclusion would be the construction visits to on-going projects to help those who have not much exposure to site activities really understand how buildings are being constructed. Lectures will be given while going to the different aspects of the construction.
For inquiries, please visit the UAP HQ. Limited slots only.
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