Chris Beardsmore passes Part 3

Chris Beardsmore passes Part 3

Celebrations in the Acres Studio today as one of our Senior Architectural Assistant Chris Beardsmore successfully passed his Part 3 examination process taking him one step closer to become a registered Architect.  All of the Acres team are extremely please for Chris as this recognition signifies the completion of over 7 years hard studying and work experience to arrive at this moment in his career.

 

 

 

Chris had this to say:

“It give me great pride to look back over the many years I have strived to obtain my qualification as a Chartered Architect. It has not been easy, however with the support of Acres Architects, my family, and my closest friends rooting for me, this would not have been possible. I thank you all.”

The part 3 qualification accredits the the successful individual with the ability to apply to the Architects Registration Board. Once your  application is approved you are allowed to utilise the Legally Protected title of “Architect”.

Our Managing Direct Edward Acres commented:

“Chris has proven himself and incredibly hard working and competent individual. This successful passing of the necessary qualifications simply confirms and solidifies the high quality of workmanship and knowledge Chris has already been applying to his day duties during his time at the practice. and is a very deserved recognition.”

 

if you wish to learn more about what it takes to become and Architect please follow the link below directing you to the RIBA’s webiste with helpful information on how to get started.

https://www.architecture.com/education-cpd-and-careers/how-to-become-an-architect

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