Calling for members to help support and shape LI-accredited university courses
PRGs support universities by offering advice and support throughout the academic year. Working in partnership with universities, they act as ‘a critical friend’; they use the collective experience of group members to advise schools on current landscape practice, and report back to the LI on key indicators in accordance with accreditation criteria.
PRGs also advise the LI on developments within universities and, where necessary, call universities to account on areas that require improvement.
To serve on a PRG you will need to have been chartered for a minimum of five years; be aware of the issues and trends affecting the education sector; committed to the development of the profession; able to help ensure courses reflect current and future practice; and willing to commit to three days, each academic year.
Membership of a PRG can support your professional development and provide you and your employer with an opportunity to foster stronger links with the education sector. Self-employed members are also invited to apply.
If you would like to join a PRG then please contact Andrew Jones at the LI with a current CV, a short statement (no more than 400-500 words) explaining why you would like to join a PRG and details of which of the following area of practice best describes your work: design, planning, management or science.