The Landscape Institute is looking for practitioners and experts who are willing to share their knowledge as part of the next CPD day.
Scheduled for 28 March, the Sheffield CPD day follows on from the success of the London event last month, which was attended by more than 80 delegates and sold out within three weeks. A further CPD day is being planned for Cardiff in June.
“The focus of LI CPD days is on technical skills, updates, practical tools and knowledge,” says Alex Byrne, Head of Professional Development. “Sessions are practical and informative – delivering knowledge that delegates can take away and apply in their professional lives.
“Our aim is to provide a varied programme of learning in which members can get updates on a range of topics in a single day. Its also a great opportunity for networking.”
The LI is interested in hearing from practitioners who can offer training on any topic, but is particularly interested in the following areas for the next events:
- Building Information Modelling (BIM)
- Setting up in practice
- Acting as an expert witness
- Green Infrastructure
- Legislation updates and developments in planning
- Budget control and effective tendering
- Photomontage and GLVIA.
Contributors will be paid a flat fee of £250, for which they may be asked to deliver up to two one-hour training sessions during the day.