The LI is welcoming expressions of interest from Chartered members and Fellows to join the Pathway to Chartership volunteer team as assessors and monitors

The Landscape Institute (LI) is encouraging more of its experienced members to join the Pathway to Chartership volunteer team as assessors and monitors.

The landscape profession is growing and diversifying to meet today’s challenges. As stewards of the profession, Pathway volunteers ensure that candidates demonstrate the highest standards of professional practice, knowledge, and ethics.

With the Experienced Route to Chartership (E2C) now underway, the LI needs more Chartered members and Fellows than ever before to help deliver all-important assessments for the CMLIs of the future.

Benefits of volunteering

  • Opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Meet and network with other experienced members volunteering on the Pathway
  • Support candidates during an enormously important milestone in their landscape career
  • Future-proof and safeguard the profession by welcoming the next generation of talent

Expressions of interest

The LI is welcoming expressions of interest from Chartered members and Fellows who want to hear more about becoming a Pathway to Chartership assessor or monitor and playing an integral role in Pathway candidates’ professional journeys.

  • Express your interest in becoming an assessor
  • Express your interest in becoming a monitor

For those with less Pathway experience, becoming a monitor is the ideal way to get involved. The LI usually requires monitors to have been chartered for at least five years, but may consider more recently graduated applicants based on relevant experience. (For instance, working alongside Pathway candidates as mentors or supervisors.)

As well as five years’ chartership or fellowship, becoming an assessor requires more in-depth knowledge of the Pathway. Monitoring assessments is the perfect springboard to becoming an examiner, but both assessors and monitors are vital to delivering the Pathway service.

Find out more about becoming an assessor or monitor on the Pathway to Chartership.

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