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LIYHB run CPD seminar days every 6 months, in collaboration with one of our three local LI accredited Universities, Sheffield Hallam University (SHU). Seminar days usually take place on the first Wednesday of the month in April, and October.
The seminar days are based on the Pathway to Chartership (P2C) syllabus, although not exclusive to P2C students, it is also a great opportunity for CPD. In limited time, of course some syllabus topics will be covered in more depth than others, but the seminars aim to give an insight into the whole of the P2C syllabus over the course of a year.
10:00 ; Welcome, tea/coffee provided
10:15 - 13:15 (tea break 11:45);
Contracts, Colin Moore (broadly, syllabus topics 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E)
13:30 ; Lunch provided
14:00 - 17:00 (tea break 15:30);
Planning and Environment, Ian Phillips (broadly, syllabus 3A, 3C, 3D, 3E)
17:00 ; Close
The seminar will be held at Sheffield Hallam University, Aspect Court, Room 15102.
City Campus map; http://www.shu.ac.uk/university/visit/find-us/plancity.html
There is no car parking on site, but there are adjacent car parks nearby.
Buffet lunch is included in the total price, which has been kept as low as possible thanks to Sheffield Hallam University's kind assistance. If you have any special dietary requirements, please let us know ASAP after booking your ticket at email@example.com
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Landscape Institute Yorkshire & Humber Branch
The Landscape Institute is the professional body and regulator for landscape architecture. Under its Royal Charter the Landscape Institute is charged with protecting, conserving and enhancing the natural and built environment for the benefit of the public.
The Landscape Institute has 12 branches across the UK providing membership services, events and support to members in their area.
The Yorkshire Branch is the first Branch of the LI to have a fixed address. This is shared with RIBA Yorkshire, RTPI Yorkshire Regional Office and Planning Aid, Concourse, and the West Yorkshire Society of Architects.