Professional/short course Professional Experience Development Record Supervision
Page last updated 25 January 2022
UWE offers professional experience supervision for architecture students undertaking work in practice and who are completing a Professional Experience Development Record (PEDR).
The RIBA PEDR website gives clear and detailed information about the PEDR process. To use their PEDR recording system you will have to register and pay a 13-month or 6-month subscription.
A record of your experience forms a compulsory part of the documentary submission required for the Examination in Professional Practice and Management (RIBA Part 3).
Your registration with UWE provides supervision, advice and guidance from a Professional Studies Advisor (PSA).
Supervision for students undertaking a minimum of 12 months experience is delivered through 2 non accredited UWE modules:
- PEDR Stage 1 - Architecture (code UBLLPJ-10-3)
- PEDR Stage 2 - Architecture (code UBLMCN-10-M)
Both modules are available to all architecture students, regardless of which university they are/have been attending or where they are based.
The Stage 1 module has a call back day which is generally held in February of each year. The Stage 2 module is typically linked to the UWE Part 3 Architecture course: Professional Practice and Management in Architecture, however students who have completed their Part 2 studies but who are not enrolled on the UWE Part 3 programme are still welcome to enrol.
For students who do not require a full 12 months of supervision, UWE also offers a one-off purchase option. This enables Stage 1 and 2 students to receive professional studies supervision per quarter (3 months) and to submit Single Professional Experience Development Record (PEDR) Sheets.
Students undertaking Part 3 who have accrued 6 years or more experience with a minimum of 12 months work in practice after commencing a Part 2 course may opt to complete Certificates of Experience in lieu of PEDRs. The certificates are required to be reviewed by a PSA or Part 3 programme leader. UWE offers this as a one-off purchase option.
A completed and signed individual PEDR record is submitted to UWE's Professional Studies Advisor (PSA) for signing and feedback.
Please make sure that you register with RIBA PEDR to access the PEDR sheets here
UWE's Professional Studies Advisor (PSA) will review your PEDR sheets and comment on the breadth, scope and adequacy of the professional experience you have gained. The PSA is also the first point of contact if any difficulties or concerns arise.
Prices and dates
Supplementary fee information
Please note that for Professional Experience Supervision exceeding 9 months it is recommended that you enrol on the relevant Stage 1 or Stage 2 module (4 PEDRs)
|PEDR Stage 1 (UBLLPJ-10-3)||£250 for 4 PEDRs*|
|PEDR Stage 2 (UBLMCN-10-M)||£250 for 4 PEDRs*|
|PEDR Stage 1 (single sheet)||£70 per single supervision (1 PEDR)|
|PEDR Stage 2 (single sheet)||£70 per single supervision (1 PEDR)|
|Certificate of Experience||£70 per single supervision|
*You will be registered as UWE student and finance will contact you with information about how to pay tuition fees (incl direct debit)
How to apply
How to apply
There is no fixed deadline for applications and students can enrol at any time during the year.
To register on one of the PEDR modules or for a single sheet, please complete the online booking form:
|PEDR Stage 1 (UBLLPJ-10-3)||Book Now||Enquire Now|
|PEDR Stage 2 (UBLMCN-10-M)||Book Now||Enquire Now|
|PEDR Stage 1 (single sheet)||Book Now||Enquire Now|
|PEDR Stage 2 (single sheet)||Book Now||Enquire Now|
|Certificate of Experience||Book Now||Enquire Now|
For further information
- Email: For any questions in relation to the course, i.e. content, assessments, submissions, etc. please contact Andrew.Bourne@uwe.ac.uk (PEDR Stage 1) or Ann.DeGraft-Johnson@uwe.ac.uk (PEDR Stage 2) For queries regarding administration aspects of registration, i.e. fees, etc. please contact us using the on-line enquiry form or phone number below.
- Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 81043 (option 1, then option 3)