Our Ethics and Legislation
AAA members and administration look to our legislation and associated documents to ensure we meet our duty to responsibly maintain the integrity of the professions and protect the public.
The Architects Act
establishes the AAA as a self-governing professional regulatory organization and specifies the scope of practice for AAA members and details such matters as member application, registration, licensure, conduct and discipline.
The General Regulation
sets out the criteria respecting the academic qualifications of and training requirements for applicants for registration as RAs and LIDs. It outlines registration procedures, eligibility requirements, practice regulations and the complaints process.
govern the administration of the AAA including elections, the Council, fees and other elements of day-to-day operations.
Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics
is enshrined in the General Regulation
and sets out the standard of professional conduct expected of AAA members.