This week the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia has launched the second phase of its major survey of architectural education and the profession in Australia and New Zealand, with the support of all architectural stakeholder organisations in Australia and New Zealand.
The national survey Architectural Education and the Profession in Australia is an important opportunity for all practitioners to share their experiences, opinions and aspirations for architectural education in Australia and New Zealand.
The survey of practitioners forms one part of this comprehensive study which also gathers the views of architecture academics, practitioners, students, and professional stakeholders such as Registration Boards and representative bodies.
It is a rare opportunity to contribute to future debates about architectural education and professional development, and we encourage you all to share and participate in the questionnaire which is open to all architectural practitioners.
Take part in the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WPCKB9V
The survey is only open until 14 December 2018.
The questionnaire takes 10-15 minutes to complete, and is anonymous. It asks questions about your education and career and will seek your views on resourcing, teaching and learning practices, graduate pathways, and future directions in architectural education. Participation is completely voluntary. You can read the participant information statement here.
This Architectural Education and the Profession in Australia study is funded by the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia, the Association of Architecture Schools of Australia, the Australian Institute of Architects, the Australian Deans of Built Environment and Design and New Zealand architectural stakeholders, and is being administered by the AACA.
The research has National Ethics Approval through the University of Technology Sydney and is expected to report mid-2019.