News - 2014

Board Offers Assistance to Victims of Wildfires

Victims of the wildfires in El Dorado and Siskiyou counties should use caution when planning the rebuilding of their homes or businesses. See Press Release (PDF, 77K) for more information.

Board Offers Assistance to Victims of the South Napa Earthquake

Victims of the recent South Napa earthquake should use caution when planning the rebuilding of their homes or businesses. See Press Release (PDF, 21K) for more information.

Board Thanks Licensees Who Participated in the 2014 OA Survey

The Board would like to thank those licensees who participated in the 2014 Occupational Analysis (OA) survey. The purpose of the OA survey is to identify and rate job tasks currently performed by California architects and the knowledge required to perform those tasks. The survey results will be reviewed and analyzed, allowing the Board to move forward with completing additional studies, which will ultimately provide a foundation for updating the California Supplemental Examination Test Plan and future examinations.

A cross-section of California architects (based on geographic location and length of time licensed) was invited to participate in the online survey during the month of July. As such, their participation was critical in order to obtain statistically valid data.

The Board realizes that, as practicing professionals, time is valuable and limited. Those who participated in the survey are therefore commended for their contribution to this important project.

Now Available - Latest Issue of the Board’s Newsletter

The latest issue of California Architects is available online…read.

NCARB Announces IDP Credit for Hours Completed Beyond Six Months

NCARB has approved a significant modification to its reporting requirement known as the "six-month rule" for credit in IDP. Visit NCARB for more information.

Board Expands Its Use of Social Media

The Board is pleased to announce its expanded use of communications through Twitter. Followers receive updates on the ARE, CSE, IDP, and new changes in California law. As the Board expands its outreach to consumers, licensees, and candidates, it encourages everyone to follow its tweets.

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