Can I obtain the RAIC Professional Diploma in Architecture, the Athabasca University Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree and the Post-baccalaureate Diploma in Architecture at the same time? Can I get through faster by taking three or four courses per term? What is the difference between the Syllabus Program and Athabasca University's program? Can I take all the academic courses first, and then do the design courses later?) is an academic document that communicates course information and defines expectations and responsibilities.It is descriptive (unlike the prescriptive or specific curriculum).Currently, trainees undergo three stages of training: academic education, vocational training and work-based training.Although the Bar Council agrees there is a need for reform, it said the academic and work-based stages should be retained in their current format, but that opportunities should be opened up to provide the vocational stage more flexibly.In September last year, the BSB proposed three options for new training methods.
Responding to the consultation today, the barristers' representative body says the proposals as they stand will confuse students and chambers, increase the regulatory burden and have an adverse impact on equality and diversity.
However, the council said trainees might end up sticking with the existing system anyway as permitting multiple routes could create confusion.
It said the current route comes with ‘increasing and unsatisfactory cost’.
Can I attend the studios via Skype or other online method? Can I find out what entry (advanced standing) credits I will get before I apply?
What entry (advanced standing) credits can I get from my previous education?