There is no formal teaching. You are required to be in full-time employment in an architectural practice whilst completing your PEDR sheets. You will access PEDR sheets via the RIBA website and will be required to have these endorsed by your employment mentor in practice and a PSA from the LSA.
You are required to undertake 24 months work experience, a minimum of 12 months of which must be post-Part 2 (normally completed alongside the PG Dip). Many students may find it useful to take two or more years of experience post-Part 2 in order to fully prepare for the Part 3 exam.
There should be one PEDR sheet for each three months of experience in practice, and you will need a minimum of eight completed and endorsed PEDR sheets before you take the Part 3 exam.
The graduate monitoring service at the LSA is conducted online, via the receipt and return of PEDR sheets. Attendance is not required.