IFLA gathers data for global professional standard
The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) is conducting a survey of landscape architects around the world to establish a global picture of the profession.
The Task Analysis project is a partnership between the IFLA's 'global professional standard' working group and the Council of Landscape Architecture Registration. It asks practitioners for details about demographics, types of projects undertaken and practice-oriented tasks, as well as gathering comments on other types of work done.
Results will be shared with all participants and the data analysed for its implications for current and future practice. This is the first step towards developing a global professional standard.
Take the survey. The closing date is 31 May.