A new booklet explains how members can become more involved with the institute
The LI has launched a booklet highlighting the many, varied opportunities there are to get inspired, inspire others, and help shape the organisation – and the landscape profession.
In his introducton to the document, chief executive Phil Mulligan explains, ‘Volunteers are responsible for ensuring that well-rounded professionals complete the Pathway to Chartership; they champion the importance of landscape in government and local policy; they shape the future of the profession through the LI’s strategic priorities and activities, and they share knowledge across landscape sectors to inform and unite fellow professionals.’
Inspiring Great People gives an insight into the roles of the LI’s current volunteers, information on the requirements needed, and the benefits of getting involved – from career development and learning new skills to networking and making new friends’
The document looks at a range of different ways of contributing, through education, governance and fellowship.
Click here to see opportunities for volunteering.