We’re delighted to announce that Linh Bane is now a fully qualified architect after passing her Part 3 Diploma in Professional Practice in Architecture through the University of Greenwich having gained RIBA Part 1 at Manchester School of Architecture and Part 2 whilst studying at Birmingham School of Architecture .
Linh has been studying her Part 3 whilst working in practice. This has allowed her to be actively involved on a diverse range of projects within a variety of sectors, from small scale works to million pound developments.
During her professional studies and working at Inkpen Downie Linh has developed a broad knowledge and understanding, which has not only facilitated her educational progress, but also her professional development in practice, where she has actively been involved with numerous projects through every stage of the design process from start to finish. Working in practice has also provided Linh with the opportunity to get involved with the daily operations of the business and learning how to manage a rapidly growing architectural practice.
Linh has worked on a wide variety of projects to achieve planning approval, building regulations consent and, ultimately, thoughtful, sustainable buildings and has proved to be a valuable member of our team.
Architecture and construction are extremely complicated and detailed. This is why a trainee architect spends seven years in education. The RIBA Part 3 is the final stage of a substantial qualification process and it is achieved whilst working in an architectural practice taking up to 24 months to complete.
The course is designed to test trainee architects to be able to provide professional expertise and leadership within the construction industry, by providing them with the necessary intellectual and practical skills for the profession. Working in an architectural practice for Part 3 of the qualification also ensures that trainee architects are up-to-date with the latest changes to legislation regarding contracts, planning and health and safety.