纽芬兰和拉布拉多省建筑师许可委员会（ALBNL）The Architects Licensing Board of Newfoundland and Labrador (ALBNL)
The Broadly Experienced Foreign Architects (BEFA) program streamlines the process for foreign-trained architects to become certified for licensure in Canada.
The BEFA program assesses broadly based experience of foreign architects against Pan-Canadian standards of competency for practice in Canada.
Foreign architects who meet the Program eligibility requirements can apply for BEFA Certification through a process which consists of an on-line self-assessment and an interview with licensed architects.
For more information, click here http://www.cacb-ccca.ca/befa
Once an applicant has successfully completed the BEFA process, they will be granted a BEFA certificate. When BEFA Certification is issued by CACB, it will serve as a recommendation for recognition as an equivalent to successful completion of the Canadian Education, Experience, and Examination Standards that are in place for licensure by a provincial or territorial licensing body. With the BEFA Certificate, you can apply for licensure to the Provincial/Territorial Association you have chosen to register with.
The Internship in Architecture Program (IAP) has been established by the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA) to continue to maintain a program of architectural registration / licensing in Canada that is both meaningful and effective. The IAP is also intended as a catalyst for improving the profession, by increasing effective communication between Architects and prospective members of the profession. To become registered / licensed in Canada, a person must demonstrate competency and qualification to provide architectural services to the public.
The objectives of the IAP are:
To define and document areas of architectural practice in which professional knowledge and skills must be gained in a structured, supervised and mentored environment;
To provide a uniform system for documentation and periodic assessment of internship activities;
To provide feedback and guidance to the Intern;
To involve the members of the profession in the development and training of future members.
In order to join the IAP an individual must become certified by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB). For detailed information on who is eligible for certification by the CACB please refer to the CACB website ( www.cacb-ccca.ca )
- 考试：目前，纽芬兰和拉布拉多建筑师协会要求必须通过一个全国认可的建筑师注册考试（有2个考试，通过1个即可）。 全国建筑师注册委员会举办的建筑师注册考试 (NCARB ARE) 或加拿大建筑师考试。
The Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Architects currently requires interns to complete two components in order to become eligible for registration:
Interns are required to obtain a minimum of 3720 hours of work experience to be recorded in the Canadian Experience Record Book (CERB) in accordance with the IAP manual.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Architects currently requires the completion of one of the two nationally recognized Architectural registration exams. Interns can complete either the National Council of Architectural Registration Board’s Architect Registration Examination (NCARB ARE) or the Examination or Architects in Canada / Examen des architects du Canada
For further information regarding the IAP program please contact the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Architects or review the information available from the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada at www.raic.org/interns_students/internship/index_e.htm