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RTPI East Midlands Young Planners APC

06 November 2023 at 04:00 PM - 05:30 PM / East Midlands / Training
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Date
06 November 2023 at 04:00 PM - 05:30 PM
Venue
Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham, NG2 3NG
Price from
Free
Organiser
RTPI East Midlands | [email protected]

This in person event will cover the RTPI’s Licentiate route to Chartered membership.

Licentiate route is for those who have a fully RTPI accredited degree. It can then be progressed to the Licentiate Assessment of Professional Competence (L-APC). The content of this will also suit delegates who will be applying under the DA-APC route.

Why attend?

Whatever stage you are at, this event will provide you with essential guidance on achieving success in the Licentiate submission. You are required to become an Licentiate prior to submitting your L-APC.

You will be briefed on what’s involved in preparing an application, what you need to include and how you present it. It is also a great opportunity to ask questions and hear from others preparing their submissions.

Planning and built environment professionals are all welcome, as are mentors and employers.

Why attend?

  • Whatever stage you are at, this event will provide you with essential guidance on achieving success in the Licentiate submission. You are required to become a Licentiate prior to submitting your L-APC.
  • You will be briefed on what’s involved in preparing an application, what you need to include and how you present it. It is also a great opportunity to ask questions and hear from others preparing their submissions.
  • Planning and built environment professionals are all welcome, as are mentors and employers.

If you are unable to attend the RTPI has an excellent range of support resources to help you with your APC submission.  We also  free monthly APC webinars which cover a range of topic areas.  To find out more about the L-APC and your eligibility, Click here

The session will also include a visit from Dr Laura Alvarez who will  be giving a brief introduction to her book:

A BEGINER’S GUIDE TO URBAN DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT: The ABC of quality, sustainable design

This book provides invaluable guidance to all those with an interest in placemaking and the built environment, from those with no experience to those who have worked for many years in industry, illustrating key principles that will secure higher quality, more sustainable design in accessible, jargon-free language.

The event will take place at Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham NG2 3NG 4-5.30pm

This is a FREE event. There is a coffee concession in the building should you wish to grab refreshments on arrival.

Places are limited for this event – please only book if you are confident you can attend.