At this course, you will learn how the bylaws are interpreted and how to educate clients, sub-consultants, and the public about compliance with them; discuss the societal context of codes of ethics and rules of professional conduct; and canvass the statutory and regulatory context of related practice requirements such as Letters of Assurance and the sealing of documents.
Date: June 2, 2017
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Learning Units (LUs): 6 Core
To register: Visit AIBC course registration site
Note: The Ethics, Act & Bylaws course is not mandatory for architects that have become registered through reciprocity, but is highly recommended, as it will provide you with a better understanding of the specific statutory requirements governing your practice as an architect in British Columbia.