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Education and CPD

 

The education of landscape professionals is one of the LI's key functions under its Royal Charter, with the aim of supporting the profession in achieving the highest standards.

 

This includes promotion of landscape architecture as a career, accreditation of higher education courses, professional examinations and monitoring and support for continuing professional development.

 

Careers

 

We promote the landscape profession to school students, young people and career changers.

More on careers

 

University accreditation

 

We accredit 31 higher education programmes in the UK and work with universities to meet the needs of the profession. More on accreditation

Students

 

We provide forums, events and activities for landscape students through SLIC, our student council.

More on SLIC

 

Pathway to Chartership

 

The Pathway to Chartership is the process landscape architects go through to achieve Chartered status, recognising them as fully qualified professionals. More on the P2C

 

CPD

 

LI members are formally required to maintain their professional competence and develop their knowledge. More on CPD

 

Education & Membership Committee

 

Leads on issues relating to the education and professional development of landscape architects. More on E&M Committee


Last updated June 2015

Landscape architecture: Elements and areas of practice

This document describes the day-to-day practice of landscape architecture and sets out the main areas of landscape work.

Produced by the LI's Education and Membership Committee, it underpins our educational work.

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Contacts

Careers and Universities queries


Poppy Smith, Education Development Officer
poppys@landscapeinstitute.org
careers@landscapeinstitute.org Phone: 020 7685 2656

Chris Sheridan, Head of Education and Membership
ChrisS@landscapeinstitute.org
Phone: 020 7685 2652

 

For more information on CPD Events e-mail:
cpd@landscapeinstitute.org

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