Offering an alternative route to Part 2 and 3 qualification, our master's-level architect degree apprenticeship programme combines the best of practice experience and research-led education. It gives apprentices the opportunity to use their academic studies to enrich their real-world experience, which exponentially enhances their learning and confidence, and enables them to make significant contributions to their practice’s research, projects and networks.
This webinar session offers the chance to learn more about how our architect degree apprenticeship can help architect graduates take the next step in their career and enable architectural practices to attract and retain top-talent in a cost-effective way. The webinar covers:
Entry requirements and eligibility
Factoring off-the-job training into the working week
Who is the webinar for?
This webinar is designed for Part 1 Architectural Assistants, and their employers, who are interested in finding out more about this alternative route to qualification as a registered Architect.
Apprentices must be employed in a role that allows them to develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours of an Architect.
Register to recieve the on-demand Architect Degree Apprenticeship webinar.
About our speakers
Graeme Barker is the Programme Director for the Architect Degree Apprenticeship and MArch Collaborative Practice in the School of Architecture and Built Environment.
With over 20 years of experience in architectural practice, spanning from small traditional refurbishments, to complex, large scale collaborative projects, Graeme is the university lead in establishing new collaborative links between the school and architectural practice. Graeme has led on the establishment of the Architect Degree Apprenticeship and Masters in Collaborative Practice at Nottingham, represents the university on the RIBA Regional Education Committee and works closely with students and practice as Course Convenor for Semester in Practice (Pt 2) and Part 1 and 2 Professional Studies Advisor.
After graduation in 1998, Graeme worked at EPR Architects Ltd on major projects of up to of £190m in value for clients such as Land Securities, Oxford University and the Corporation of London, under Traditional, D&B and Design Management JCT Contract structures.
Returning to Nottingham in 2003 to join regional practice Church Lukas, Graeme has been responsible for the delivery of over £125m of projects all over the UK, spanning office, retail, residential, industrial, R+D and student accommodation projects. The latest projects saw him working on a number of collaborative schemes under NEC and similar contracts.