The MCIAT Professional Assessment is for candidates working across a range of job roles and functions within Architectural Technology and allows them to use their experience, in their chosen ﬁeld, to demonstrate competence.
The MCIAT Professional Assessment is a flexible and quality assured qualifying process, based on performance and designed to recognise the diversity of Architectural Technology.
Candidates must provide an in-depth critical analysis summarising their knowledge, understanding and application of the construction process with regard to planning, design, construction and use, as well as relating it to their professional experience.
This takes the form of a reflective report and refers to challenges and successes encountered whilst working on projects and how any issues were resolved. Applicants will also undertake a self-evaluation highlighting their strengths and weaknesses in relation to their area/s of practice.
The MCIAT Professional Assessment process is based on four core competencies:
- developing (self)
Any applicant working in or on, for example, Architectural Technology, design, practice, component/specialist design, refurbishment, commercial, industrial, residential or domestic projects, public or private sectors, academia etc.
Each applicant will need to demonstrate a level of knowledge and understanding and professional competence/experience in relation to their sphere/s of practice and demonstrate to the Institute they can meet the expectations of a Chartered Architectural Technologist, MCIAT.
Any applicant who can meet the required standard is eligible to apply. However, they must be an active member of the Institute.