Landscape Institute CPD events and training

The LI runs a full programme of interactive and reflective CPD workshops throughout the UK.

Our events cover themes that our members have identified as key to their ongoing skills development. Our suite of multidisciplinary CPD events includes content for all professional backgrounds, covering the full spectrum of landscape and placemaking specialisms.

In keeping with our commitment to inclusive digital learning, we have also begun to livestream our major events, allowing members around the world to more flexibly access our #LICPD content.

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Human Skills

9 October 2019, Birmingham

Despite being critical to professional and personal success, human skills are often overlooked in continuing professional development. Join leaders from all facets of industry to develop these much-needed skills in 21st century practice.

The new NPPF: Landscape-led planning in practice

7 November 2019, Leicester

A repeat of our phenomenally successful Oxford event in February. Discuss changes to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and find out how they affect your professional practice.

Digital Integration and Transformation

28 January 2020, Bristol

A range of presentations, case studies and workshops that consider how to manage and adapt to digital transformation, integrating and using new technologies and responding to ever-changing client needs.

Health, Wellbeing and Place

20 February 2020, London

A continuation of our very successful CPD day in Cardiff in 2018. A fantastic day of training sessions, site visits and interactive workshops exploring the link between place, health and wellbeing.

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More LI events

More events & webinars

#LI90 Festival of Ideas: Transforming Landscape, Challenging Boundaries

In tandem with the LI’s 90th birthday, this commemorative two-day event will celebrate the achievements of landscape while addressing key challenges underpinning the future of the profession