Law.com: How a national architecture firm tackles remote professional development
By: NELSON Worldwide
“Apprenticeship is huge. Architecture is the meld of art and science and many schools deal with the theory and design but only scratch the surface of the technical aspects. It’s really important that education continues at work—really diving into those projects, getting the experience of how buildings go together and the role technology plays is critical.” – Graham Lockridge Post
The architecture industry, like the legal industry, relies heavily on an apprenticeship model of training and was forced during the pandemic to learn on the fly about how that experience could be approximated in a virtual setting. Read more with Law.com here.