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Accreditation to work as project manager (HMONP)énsa-v


Architects holders of an MA (ADE) and who wish to take on personal responsibilities linked to project management must obtain an accreditation to work as project manager issued exclusively by State architecture schools.

The training offered by the ensa-v falls within the framework of the reform in teaching architecture according to the BA-MA-PhD model. The ensa-v confirms that training in architectural design is fully complete at the close of the MA. Consequently, the accreditation to work as project manager training course enables holders of an MA in architecture to master the strict entrance conditions in a profession that falls under the modified architecture law of January 3 ,1977 and to be capable of undertaking personal responsibility entailed.

Two ways to obtain accreditation to work as project manager (HMONP)

1 - Through the 'accreditation for work experience' (VAE) process. Minimum requirement of two year's experience in an agency (entailing project management), or through follow-up and validation of theoretical, practical and technical courses.


After enrolling, the MA candidate undergoes assessment in front of a panel.
If the panel is in favor of the candidate, a protocol is established between the school and the candidate, specifying the training he/she must undergo according to his former training background.

After validation of theoretical coursework and workshops, the candidate is summoned by a jury panel and must :
- present a dossier reporting on specific missions in the field of project management he/she carried out,
- prove he/she has reached the objectives set by his/her training protocol.

2 - Through professional immersion (MSP) which can be obtained after a minimum of 6 months, full-time, under the supervision of a tutor in the agency and a tutor at school. The candidate must be employed in a professional agency specialized in architectural project management. A 3-party agreement is established between the school, the candidate and the agency. On top of this professional immersion, candidates must validate their theoretical and technical coursework and workshops organized by the school.


Coursework


Three compulsory courses :
A / Agency statuses and regulations,
B / The architect's rights and obligations
C / Project economy

Courses take place at the ensa-v in the evening at the rate of 2 days per week and Saturday mornings (from October to the end of January).
Students undergo continual assessment and/or take a final exam before sitting before a HMONP jury panel.



Jury


After validation of theoretical coursework and workshops, the candidate is summoned by a jury panel.

The candidate must:
- present a dossier reporting on specific missions in the field of project management he/she carried out in professional immersion,
- prove he/she has reached the objectives set by his/her training protocol.

Head of academic team: Pierre Audouin, architect

 

 
Further information

Research Dept. - Associated MAs - continuing training

email : hmonp@versailles.archi.fr

Nadine Perrin - tél. 01 39 07 40 97