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To become a successful architect, it is essential to have architecture designing skills. Material design thinking, creative and interior designing thinking enable me to create valuable and practical ideas for the development and progress of a piece of architecture. I have improved and polish my ability to create effective ideas and portrayed them at an appropriate level. The excellent designing skills improve the ideas of seeing through the obstacles and project issues and processes that can generate the approved completion level. There is a number of factors that induces impact on the completion of the project (Maina, 2018). Talking to the customers enables management to engage them in a conversation that is related to the work and gets paid for the smoothness of the process. For the successful architecture project, the role of individual people is important, but at the same time it is important for the manager to have basic knowledge of design team leader process, cost consultancy and quantity surveyor, building contract and excess to a consultant, structural engineering, client handling mechanism, and environmental engineering. Other skills for the design to deliver on the basic concepts of requirement is included design concept, financial conditions, drawing of basic plots, innovative, integrated, and mathematical model making, and leadership in energy and environmental designing (LEED) (Bcu. ac. uk, 2015).
I planned to improve my interpersonal and employability skills to make me worthier for any organization. I will improve my drawing skills with the combination of state of art technology usage. The drawing skills can be improved by using different software such as CAD designing. I will brush up my knowledge of foreign languages (Oluwatayo, et al., 2016). Other skills that I will improve our problem-solving skills and stakeholder management skills to strengthen my performance at work. it is not easy to learn about new principals at once, therefore, it will require continuous constructive efforts to make me able to adopt new solutions situation and processes. the threats that might affect my plan are circumstances and obstacles. the current sources available to improve my qualification and employability skills Royal Institute of British architecture studio (RIBA) and Architects Registration Board (ARB). the Royal Institution of British architecture studio is not offering any type of conversion courses for the graduates, but it will provide practicing environment to improve my skills (Maina, 2018).
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