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Deadline for Term 2: June 15

Syllabus Bulletin - June 2022

June 10, 2022
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Studio registration for Term 2, 2022 is now open until July 31st!  

To register for Studio Term 2, 2022, login to your RAIC Syllabus Student Portal here, go to Courses and Registration, and select "Enroll Now" beside the next design studio level, scroll to the bottom of the page and select "Continue."


If you cannot select Enroll Now, you might not have completed the pre-requisite courses. These courses must be completed before registering for the next Studio Term. See here for the Syllabus Course Sequence Chart.

The registration deadline is July 31st, 2022.

Term 2, 2022 will begin September 1, 2022. 

Sponsorship and Registration Now Open: Thriving Forests & Regenerative Built Environments

When: September 14-15, 2022
Where: On Zoom

Thriving Forests & Regenerative Built Environments -The first event of its kind hosted by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) and Pilot Projects Collaborative (Wood at Work).

This September, join us at this important symposium that will engage participants on multi-disciplinary questions surrounding relationships between forest legacies past and future, and the design, construction, and stewardship of our built environments.

A series of participants will discuss topics such as Indigenous perspectives on sustainable forestry, the carbon sequestration potential of Canadian forests and wood products, community perspectives on regenerative built environments, and the roles that architects can play in integrating these considerations into their practices.

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Ask An Expert - NBCC Edition: Live Q & A Session with Amal Tamim

Are you curious about the RAIC NBCC courses? Do you have burning questions about the NBCC and don't know who to ask? This Q&A session is for you!

Join us for the next session on Aug 19, 2022 from 2p.m. – 3p.m. ET.

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Existing Conditions Modelling Fundamentals

Existing Conditions Modelling Fundamentals is a highly interactive online course that expands on the fundamentals of Heritage Building Information Modelling (HBIM).This two-part online course is designed for architects and professionals in the AEC industry. Complete at your own pace and take advantage of live online coaching with the Carleton Immersive Media Studio team!

Learn More Here

It’s important for students collecting CERB hours to ensure their Confirmation of Employment and Confirmation of Mentor forms are accurate and up to date. If the names in your logbook are not on file, your CERB hours will be rejected. 
Please verify with your provincial regulator to ensure you are meeting signature and initialing requirements. Some jurisdictions require original signatures and other jurisdictions allow for copies. As COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted in the workplace, this is especially pertinent.  
We will always accept the same CERB requirements as your provincial regulator, however it is best practice to ensure both your supervisor and mentor sign the same page and initial all other pages. 

Effective July 1, 2020, the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA) launched the 4th edition of the Internship in Architecture Program (new IAP) manual replacing the previous IAP manual, 3rd edition, dated January 2012 (old IAP).  
Key Dates  
June 30, 2022 - Transition Period Ends  
July 1, 2022 - New IAP Requirements Mandatory for All  
If you are a student taking the RAIC 690B in Term 1 of 2022, please contact the National Office so we can start the process of reviewing your transcript and the submitted CERB hours. As noted above, while in the Program, you are required to record your work experience hours regardless of how many hours have been collected so far. 
Please direct any questions about the new IAP manual by email to Ivan Martinovic (   


RAIC Connects is a virtual community where members can share ideas, discuss practice challenges, post questions, read and share blog posts and news articles, learn about fellow RAIC members, and benefit from shared knowledge, resources, and information.  

Syllabus students have access to a Syllabus student-only community on RAIC Connects, where they can share content, ideas, and network. Discussion boards for studio levels have also been added to the community. We encourage students to visit the community and introduce themselves!

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Access free Syllabus resource webinars at your convenience

RAIC Syllabus Moodle Tutorial

RAIC Syllabus Work Experience Webinar

RAIC Syllabus Thesis Proposal Webinar

RAIC Syllabus Senior Student Webinar

RAIC Syllabus Webinar

Athabasca registration

The registration deadline is the 10th of each month for history, theory, and technical courses with our educational service provider, Athabasca University. Courses will start on the 1st of the following month. 
Remember to register on the Syllabus Student Portal as well. Our systems are not linked with Athabasca University, so this does not register you twice or result in any fees. This simply allows us to maintain the student records and transcripts in our own system. 

Ivan Martinovic 
RAIC Syllabus Director 

Portia Ymer Sobel
RAIC Education Administrator