The CACB-CCCA develops, implements and maintains programs and standards for certification required for the practice of architecture in Canada.
The CACB-CCCA seeks to broaden and strengthen its role as the primary organization for architectural certification and accreditation in Canada.
Climate Action Commitment
CACB-CCCA signed an Equitable Climate Action Commitment to formalize its commitment to climate change mitigation and adaptation through timely and ethical climate planning and action.
The CACB receives its mandate from the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA) and the Canadian Council of University Schools of Architecture (CCUSA) in order to:
⦁ Certify educational qualifications of individual architectural graduates;
⦁ Accredit professional architecture programs at Canadian universities;
⦁ Certify professional qualifications of broadly experienced foreign architects; and
⦁ Collaborate and conduct research, nationally and internationally, as it relates to architectural accreditation and academic certification.