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RIBA launches 'essential' job tool kit for aspiring architects

The RIBA has unwrapped an armoury of ‘essential’ new tools aimed at boosting young architects’ chances of finding work in the profession

The online suite for associate members includes video interviews with architects including Ken Shuttleworth, Barbara Weiss, Lee Polisano and Joanna van Heyningen.

It also features advice from brand guru Bryan Edmondson and the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Mark Blayney Stuart on finding jobs and selling ideas.

Source: RIBA

RIBA teaser video

RIBA vice president for membership Stephen Hodder said: ‘The job market for young architects remains tough and unpredictable.

‘This new suite of tools developed for RIBA associate members responds to this challenging time; it is designed to convey essential knowledge to support the transition from an education environment to that of practice. I urge anyone who wants to push ahead in the profession to take a look at the rich material on offer.’

The RIBA has also launched a jobs ‘app’ which helps aspiring architects find work.

Part I and II graduate students are eligible for RIBA associate membership which costs £56 per year or £44 for concessions.


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