About Lucy Pickford
- Birthday 06/27/1987
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One day to go! > https://bit.ly/3lBz61O There's still time to get your response in and let us know about your role in the sector. We've partnered with British Association of Landscape Industries, Historic England, Historic Environment Scotland, NatureScot, Natural England, Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru / Natural Resources Wales, Locri Recruitment and Department for Communities on this important piece of research. #GreenSkills #LandscapeSkillsAndWorkforce #GreenInfrastructure
Complete the Landscape Skills and Workforce Survey today!
Lucy Pickford posted a topic in The GardenNature-based solutions are desperately needed to tackle the climate and biodiversity emergencies but we need to get the right skills in the right places. Earlier this month we launched the Landscape Skills and Workforce Survey to help us do this. Fill in the survey here > https://bit.ly/38M1dZ1 We've partnered with British Association of Landscape Industries, Historic England, Historic Environment Scotland, Locri Recruitment, Natural England, Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru / Natural Resources Wales, NatureScot, and the Northern Ireland Department for Communities to bring together this major piece of research which will provide new insights into the economic structures and makeup of the landscape industry. The more data we can collect the better, and we need your help. Whatever your role in the sector it matters - complete the survey today! #GreenSkills #GreenInfrastructureJobs #LandscapeSector https://bit.ly/38M1dZ1
TMLI and the E2T50 - 2nd Cohort now open!
Lucy Pickford posted a topic in AnnouncementsLast year saw our first cohort of apprentices start on their course as they work to becoming Technician Members of the Landscape Institute and in January we introduced the next route of membership for this grade - the experienced route to Technician (E2T). Our first cohort for the pilot scheme saw 28 amazing candidates from a range of different backgrounds. We're keen to keep the momentum of this going forward and have now opened up expressions of interest for the 2nd cohort on the pilot scheme. The Technician grade looks to bring equity to the profession. We want to future-proof landscape with the technical and specialist skills that are so integral to the work that we do. This means making sure these individuals have the right support and training tailored for their career. If you're interested in this for yourself, or know of any technical specialists in need of a professional home who might be interested in joining this cohort, read more, submit your expression of interest, or join us at our next information session. MORE DETAILS
Join as a Technician member (TMLI) -
Lucy Pickford posted a topic in The GardenLast year saw our first cohort of apprentices start on their course as they work to becoming Technician Members of the Landscape Institute. We're introducing the next route of membership for this grade - the experienced route to Technician (E2T) - and we're recruiting 50 candidates to help us pilot this. A Technician Member of the Landscape Institute (TMLI) is the new corporate grade of membership that provides a professional home to a broader range of individuals in the sector. The Technician grade looks to bring equity to the profession. We want to future-proof landscape with the technical and specialist skills that are so integral to the work that we do. This means making sure these individuals have the right support and training tailored for their career. If you're interested in this for yourself, or know of any technical specialists in need of a professional home who might be interested in joining this cohort, read more, submit your expression of interest, or join us at our next information session. We've two new information sessions running next week for both employers and staff - sign up for more info 24 January 2022 27 January 2022 MORE DETAILS
The February edition of Landscape will look at the successes and failures in planning, managing and designing environments that respond to the needs of all communities. It will ask what makes a landscape feel welcoming; explore the expertise to make this happen; and consider how places and spaces become inclusive and equally welcoming to the widest range of those who use, explore and navigate through them. One area of particular interest is the workings of the Equalities Act 2010. This prohibits direct and indirect in discrimination in many fields including in the provision of services and facilities by public authorities. There remain many areas where public authorities have yet to apply these principles especially in the provision of parks and other public spaces. The Equality Act 2010 mandates the Public Sector Equality Duty which is designed to ‘bring about a culture change so that promoting equality becomes part of public bodies’ core business.’* If you have experience of using the Equality Act and the Public Sector Equality Duty in challenging current practice and you would like to contribute on this topic, please contact the editor Paul Lincoln – email@example.com *Government Equalities Office (2009b) The Equality Bill, Making it Work.
Barbican revamp contest
Lucy Pickford posted a topic in The GardenThere's an exciting project that's been launched by the Barbican this week for a major revamp of the entire site. https://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/competitions/barbican-centre-launches-international-contest-for-major-revamp It covers all their numerous outdoor spaces and is looking for an accessibility centred approach. This would be a great opportunity for a multi-disciplinary practice or a consortium! Full details at https://sites.barbican.org.uk/renewal/
August Registered Practice Sessions
Lucy Pickford posted a topic in AnnouncementsThere's just one week to go to our August Registered Practice Sessions! Whether you're a head of a Registered Practice, leader of a landscape division or work for an LI Registered Practice, the LI sessions are for you. Join us next week for your opportunity to meet the policy team and feedback on our work in the next sessions. Everyone is welcome to attend our RP sessions, speak to your Head of Practice about coming along to represent your organisation. We'll be giving a policy update, a chance to feedback on the next talent and skills survey, and running an embodied carbon breakout session. Checkout the Eventbrite event to read more and register your free place: Tuesday 24 August - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/li-registered-practice-breakfast-session-24th-august-2021-tickets-164006705471 Wednesday 25 August - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/li-registered-practice-tea-break-session-25th-august-2021-tickets-164009511865