I have a friend who just finished his associate degree in surveying specifically in land surveying. He had a hard time looking for a job in this field, but he said he has some experience with trainings for this job.
I would like to know the limitations for draughtpersons in UK especially in the architectural field.I know most draughtspersons design extensions and lofts and prepare CAD drawings but what is the limit to their practice and also if there are any associations or societies for draughtspersons in UK.Im sure there is someone out there who can share some bit of information regarding this..............
I am 16 and my goal in life is to become and architect.
What steps should i take to achieve this goal and what kind of schooling do I need to acquire to become the best possible architect I can be? I have heard I can get degrees to cut out other peoples jobs in the process of building a building by getting a "Drafts man" degree I think? Thus allowing me to make more money by doing the job of more than one person and still have it go along with my primary job. Is that possible?
I am interested in going to school for this and am wondering if it is a male dominated field?
Also, there will always be land to construct worldwide? I'm thinking about a time when there will not be enough land to construct your creation, what's the truth behind that?
What kinda jobs would be good for you if you could write things well? like if someone sat a picture in front of you and told you to copy it to your best abilities, and they did, and it looked great, maybe even better then the orginal?
what sort of jobs would these be? and do you need a college degree to do them?
I have recently qualified in 2D CAD city and guilds and I would like to become an architectural CAD technician. I am planning on studying the inventor course in parametric modelling. Is it just a case of writing to companies? Would a company take me on as a trainee and then how far can you progress in your career? Would they for example allow you leave to study?
The chimney passes right in the top portion (in the the two horizontal 2x4on top). Is there a way to strenghten it around the chimney area?
Refer to the work they do.
With or without a graduate degree.
I dont want to be up on a 60 story building,but i have no problem being in the heat or dirt? i quess what area would be good for a women.
thanks for the replies but i meant like in management like estimator, scheduler, or project managaer.
If I had a degree in Fine Art, what are the possibilities I could have as jobs?
I want to be a structural engineer but I hate to work outside,I want to work in an office with air conditionated.
Im an apprentice and i need a laptop for studies in drafting and i recently financed a laptop so i can get it then and there. is it possible to claim tax return on this if it is being financed or mayb after it is paid off will i be able to claim tax on it?
Im a teen looking for possible future jobs. I like art and creativity but still make a really good salary. So the job thats got me interested right now is architecture but i want to know the salary. I don't want to make anything less than 75 grand a year.
I like the engineering university course but what does an engineer do after he gets in his car in the morning
give me a few examples please, where does he go, what does he do, where does he apply maths and physics????
its either engineering or medicine so i need a good insight please
I'm starting to work tomorrow as an assistant architect. I'm jiust wondering how it is like? I'm not yet well versed with some of the softwares they use (autocad) but i know the basics, though the employers are aware of this... any tips and advice out there???