Architect-in-Training Bill Advances

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The AIACC-sponsored SB 1132 (Senator Galgiani) passed the State Senate yesterday on a 39-0 vote.

SB 1132 allows those who are working hard to become licensed architects to use the job title “architect-in-training.”  SB 1132 is needed to allow this title as current law prohibits any usage of the “A” word in the design and construction fields unless that person is a licensed architect.

This bill, if ultimately successful, will allow architectural firms in California to use an acceptable and appropriate job title for their employees who are path to licensure.

SB 1132 next will be heard in the State Assembly before it can be sent to the Governor.

 

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Mark Christian, Hon. AIACC

Mark Christian, Hon. AIACC, is the Director of Legislative Affairs for the AIA California Council, a position he has held since 1999. In this position, Mark is responsible for monitoring the CA State Legislature, identifying bills of interest to the profession, developing and implementing strategies for the positive outcome of legislation of interest to the profession, and representing the profession before the legislature. Prior to joining the AIACC, Mark worked for the State Assembly for nine years in several capacities, including as a policy consultant on several significant environmental laws. He holds a B.A. in Economics from the California State University, Sacramento.

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