AIA CLEVELAND + AIA AKRON ASSOCIATES 2012 ARE STUDY SESSIONS - WEBINAR SESSIONS

Contact:

Theodore Ferringer,

AIA Cleveland Associate Director

theodore.ferringer@gmail.com

When

April 28th - July 28th, 2012

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Where

Vocon 
3142 Prospect Ave E
Cleveland, OH 44115-2612
 

 
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2012 AIA Akron + Cleveland Architectural Registration Exam (A.R.E.) Study Session Series WEBINAR SESSIONS


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AIA Akron + Cleveland is pleased to announce one can now register for attendance at the remaining ARE Study Sessions as a remote webinar session, for those that are unable to attend the sessions in person!

Each attendee will be provided with the adequate links and log-in information for each study session a couple days before each session.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Theodore Ferringer at theodore.ferringer@gmail.com.

Thanks!

Who:  AIA Associates, future architects, all welcome

Where: Vocon 3142 Prospect Ave E, Cleveland, OH 44115

Price:

AIA Associates: $25 per Session

Non-AIA Members: $40 per Session

April 28: Programming, Planning & Practice Study Session:

 Hosted by: Eric Pempus of Oswald Companies: Selvaggio-Teske & Associates http://www.stassociates.net/

May 26: Structural Systems Study Session

Hosted by: Aaron Lobas of URS Corporation http://urs-cleveland.com/contact.aspx

June 23: Site Planning & Design Study Session

Hosted by: Jack Baumann of Cleveland State University http://www.csuohio.edu/offices/architect/

July 28: Building Design & Services Study Session

Host TBD

The American Institute of Architects (A.I.A.), Cleveland and Akron chapters are proud to announce the 2012 Architectural Registration Exam (A.R.E.) Study Session Series for all future architects. The series consists of 7 A.R.E. study sessions, each covering 1 of the 7 sections of the A.R.E. These sessions will cover the NCARB review guides in-depth with explanation of how to approach and solve multiple choice and the practice exam vignettes, applicable project experience, relevant concept definitions, and open question time will also be provided. 

The ARE currently consists of seven divisions that can be taken in any order. Exams include a combination of multiple-choice, check-all-that-apply, and fill-in-the-blank questions and graphic vignettes. Individual exam guides and exam practice programs are available in the Preparing for the ARE section on NCARB's website http://www.ncarb.org/ARE/Preparing-for-the-ARE.aspx

Sessions are lead by experienced registered architects and engineers who have generously given their time to share their knowledge. Vocon is graciously hosting all sessions at 3142 Prospect Ave E, Cleveland, OH 44115 http://www.vocon.com/ on the 4th Saturday of the month, beginning on January 28th from 9am until 2pm.

For questions about each session, please contact Sarah L. Markley, AIA Ohio Associate Director, markley_sarah@hotmail.com 330.271.0027 

Coordinated by AIA Akron Associate Director 2011, Sarah L. Markley, Marissa Butts, Associate AIA and AIA Cleveland Associate Director Theodore Ferringer.

For registration and payment see: http://aiacleveland.com/ARE_2012 

More Information:

ARE 4.0 Divisions 

The ARE currently consists of seven divisions that can be taken in any order. Exams include a combination of multiple-choice, check-all-that-apply, and fill-in-the-blank questions and graphic vignettes. Individual exam guides and exam practice programs are available in the Preparing for the ARE section.

 http://www.ncarb.org/ARE/Preparing-for-the-ARE.aspx

 Programming, Planning & Practice

The application of project development knowledge and skills relating to architectural programming; environmental, social, and economic issues; codes and regulations; and project and practice management. Contains 40 sample multiple-choice questions, one passing and one failing solution for one sample vignette, and a list of references.

 Site Planning & Design

The application of knowledge and skills of site planning and design including environmental, social, and economic issues, project and practice management. Contains 39 sample multiple-choice questions, one passing and one failing solution for two sample vignettes, and a list of references. 

Building Design & Construction Systems

The application of knowledge and skills of building design and construction, including environmental, social, and economic issues, project and practice management. Contains 37 sample multiple-choice questions, one passing and one failing solution for three sample vignettes, and a list of references. 

Schematic Design 

The application of knowledge and skills required for the schematic design of buildings and interior space planning. Contains one passing and one failing solution for two sample vignettes and a list of references. Updated July 2010. 

Structural Systems

Identification and incorporation of general structural and lateral force principles in the design and construction of buildings. Contains 38 sample multiple-choice questions, one passing and one failing solution for one sample vignette, and a list of references. An index of references available during the test is included. Due to copyright agreements, the actual pages cannot be displayed on our web site, but will be available during the test. 

Building Systems 

The evaluation, selection, and integration of mechanical, electrical, and specialty systems in building design and construction. Contains 42 sample multiple-choice questions, one passing and one failing solution for the sample vignette, and a list of references. 

Construction Documents & Services

Application of project management and professional practice knowledge and skills, including the preparation of contract documents and contract administration. Contains 48 sample multiple-choice questions, one passing and one failing solution for the sample vignette, and a list of references.