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OCT
03

Becoming Chartered: Licentiate APC - Bristol

Date:
Thursday, 03 October 2019 at 5:45PM - 8:00PM
Venue:
UWE, Coldharbour Ln, Stoke Gifford, Bristol BS16 1QY
Organiser:
RTPI South West
southwest@rtpi.org.uk

West of England Young Planners are pleased to provide details of their autumn L-APC Session.

Ready to take your career to the next level? Becoming a Chartered Town Planner (MRTPI) demonstrates to employers, clients and the wider public that you meet the highest professional and ethical standards in planning.

The Licentiate Assessment of Professional Competence (L-APC) is the main route to Chartered status for those who completed a fully accredited RTPI degree in or after 2005.

Whatever stage you are at this event will provide you with essential guidance on achieving success in the L-APC. You will be briefed on what is 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.

Students, Licentiates, mentors and employers are all welcome.

Those applying for Associate Membership or Chartered Membership through the Associate or Experienced Practitioner APC routes (A-APC or EP-APC) may also find this event useful, but should be aware that there is some variation in requirements.

To find out more about the L-APC and your eligibility, please see: www.rtpi.org.uk/l-apc.

Location: UWE, Bristol.  Room to be confimed.

Live online access: Please note that the session will be available for other participants to view and interact with the session remotely. Please advise if you prefer not to be on view of the camera.
If you would like to access the event remotely, please contact southwest@rtpi.org.uk