We are delighted to announce that Landscape|LED will be running an online event during Spring 2023. Please use the button below to book for the upcoming digital events.
We look forward to working with our sponsors Hardscape, the UK's premiere supplier of visionary hard landscape products, to bring you our fantastic Pathway to Chartership digital sessions.
BOOKING WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY
Established with the ambition of promoting professional practice, Landscape|LED is a dynamic team comprised of practicing experienced landscape professionals. Our core aim is to support licentiate members on their Landscape Institute Pathway to Chartership (P2C) through a workshop based two day seminar.
With nearly two decades in private practice, Tina is LUC’s Director of Landscape Architecture based in Edinburgh. Tina leads the internal team to deliver a wide range of commissions for both public sector and private developer clients including major hospitals, mixed use developments, and university campuses. She is passionate about a place-making approach and actively leads all major tenders, planning submissions and community regeneration masterplans.
Natalie is a Chartered Landscape Architect with over 13 years’ experience in landscape design projects and a founding partner of Landscape:LED. Natalie has a wealth of experience in technical design, taking projects through from concept to on-site delivery.
A Technical Director and leading designer, Natalie has a considerable track record in exemplary landscapes for major public sector clients, architects and developers. Natalie is an accredited Learning Through Landscapes designer and has been on multiple courses regarding best practice in outdoor learning. Natalie has previously taught at the University of Edinburgh on the Masters of Landscape Architecture course and sat on the Landscape Institute’s Education Committee.
Grania is a Chartered Landscape Architect with over 15 years working on a variety of public and private projects, both in the UK and abroad. She has experience in developing landscape proposals from initial concept, through to detailed design and technical specification to implementation and on site supervision. Grania is passionate about creating a sense of place and wellbeing to enhance the existing character of the site and integrate the local community with every project she is part of. She is a founding partner of Landscape: LED and has previously taught undergraduates at Kingston University.
Prior to WATG, Grania worked for Kim Wilkie Associates, Tom Stuart Smith Ltd and Jencks Squared on a range of different schemes, often large land art projects in the UK and abroad.
All of our events are held remotely via Zoom which enables us to offer Landscape|LED to a global audience. This means that your learning group on the day will have a broad experience base and through our programmed workshops, breakouts and mock exams you will be able to share and learn from each other in the context of the Pathway to Chartership syllabus areas.
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The course covers the fundamental principles of professional landscape practice in the context of the Landscape Institute's Pathway to Chartership. Topics will be presented by experienced industry professionals to cover the core Landscape Institute (LI) syllabus.
The format has been reworked and is now run entirely online. We will still use a combination of presentations and workshops over the two days and there will be guest speakers including LI examiners and an EIA specialist.
With graphic based presentations and workshops, there is a lot to cover in the two days! You will be participating in the workshop break out rooms and be grouped with other attendees.
The course content will be issued digitally in advance of the event and will include case study information to participate in the workshops.
Can my employer pay by invoice or cheque?
NO. Unfortunately we need to streamline our processing and administration this year to support the shift to an online event. Unfortunately all payments must be online. If eventbrite tickets are not sufficient for expense claims we can provide receipts if requested- we will require the name and address of who the receipt should be made out to.
Can my employer claim back VAT?
NO. LandscapeILED is not VAT registered and therefore no VAT is added to payments.
Can I book a place and get a refund if I need to cancel?
YES. Refunds can be processed up to 7 days before the event.
Is there an Autumn 2023 event prior to the Nov '23 exams?
Depending on demand we are likely to run a further event in Autumn 2023.
How often are these events?
The LandscapeILED course is normally an annual event running every autumn. During unprecedented times and in response to a high level of interest we often run an additional session in spring- this is subject to the level of demand.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
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