Sojourn Of A Nigerian Architect in Canada #6 | Canadian Education

In this article, the author continues to share their experiences as a foreign-trained architect navigating the process of licensure in Canada. They discuss their recent success in obtaining a LEED Green Associate certification and their ongoing efforts to fulfill the remaining requirements for full certification with the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB). They also share their experiences with taking an online course at Athabasca University to gain an in-depth understanding of architectural practice and management in Canada. Additionally, the author offers advice to other internationally-trained architects on how to improve their chances of securing a job in their field.

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6 Thrilling Ways Nigerian Architects Can Fight Boredom As They Work From Home

This article highlights 6 thrilling ways Nigerian architects can fight boredom as they work from home. A lot of Nigerian architects are going to fight boredom either because of the general shutdown occasioned by the global pandemic or because working from home has been their regular programme. This post discusses 6 thrilling ways to overcome whatever boredom a Nigerian architect may face.

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