Professional and short courses
Landscape Institute Pathway to Chartership Preparation Course
|Location||Marylebone, Central London|
|Faculty||Architecture and the Built Environment|
This three-day course prepares you for the Landscape Institute Pathway to Chartership (P2C) exam. It will also help you consolidate and enhance the experience of professional life and knowledge of professional procedures you have gained through your landscape education, practice and private study.
The course follows the revised 2013 syllabus covering all aspects of professional judgment, ethics and values, the legal system, organisation, legislation and the planning system, environmental policy and control, procurement and implementation.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for all landscape architects, landscape managers, landscape scientists, and geography and environmental studies graduates who are working towards their chartership. It can also serve as a reminder for fully qualified professionals in their everyday practice.
|Courses open for booking|
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|25 March 2017||3 days||Saturday 25 March, 1 and 8 April, 10am – 5pm||£595||Book now|
The course will consist of a series of lectures outlining the main points and issues in all these topics.
- Professional judgment, ethics and values
- Professional appointment
- The UK legal system
- Professional duties and liabilities
- The planning system
- Overview of environmental and heritage policy
- Overview of environmental control
- Professional relationships
- Practice management
- Contracts and contract law
- Tendering and construction
- European laws and policy relating to the landscape
- Sustainability rating systems
- Exam techniques
We will provide you with supporting copies of the lecture slides, notes and hand-outs on detailed aspects.
By the end of the course, you will:
- be fully familiar with the requirements of Landscape Institute Chartered members, and the professional judgement, ethics and values that are their responsibility
- understand your professional duties and role in professional relationships
- have a working knowledge of UK law, the planning system, environmental legislation and environmental control
- fully understand practice management and organisation
- be clear in your knowledge of construction contracts, pre-contract and tendering, and contract administration
Colin Moore has worked in the landscape industry for over 45 years and was senior partner of Moore Piet + Brookes for twenty years. He is now a consultant landscape architect providing advice to other practices, undertaking his own landscape projects and providing landscape training and teaching particularly on contracts and the CDM Regulations for many different organisations including the Landscape Institute (LI).
Colin is a recognised expert in landscape construction and maintenance contracts. He has been doing the revisions to the JCLI Contracts since 1993. He is the Chair and LI’s representative on the JCLI Contracts Forum and serves on the LI Advisory Council and Technical Committee.
Paula Garvey, a chartered landscape architect, was director of AECOM (formerly EDAW) for over ten years and more recently Argent’s in-house landscape architect and project manager for the King’s Cross development. She has experience of working for both client and service providers.
Robert Holden is a London-based landscape architect and was Head of Landscape at the University of Greenwich until 2013. He was Secretary General of EFLA (now IFLA Europe) from 2005 to 2008 and is currently a member of LI Council. His work has included master planning business parks and experience on EuroDisneyland. His most recent book is Landscape Architecture: An Introduction, Laurence King 2014.
Robin Crompton is a town planner with over 30 years' experience in the public and private sectors. He is a planning practitioner with extensive consultancy experience including Covent Garden and community planning around London and the South East. He is also a senior academic at the University of Westminster, course leader, lecturing in planning, surveying and development, and professional practice on a variety of postgraduate courses. He became a full member of the Royal Town Planning Institute in 1984.