The Landscape Institute has announced the names of the 82 new Chartered Members of the Landscape Institute (CMLI), who all satisfied the LI’s standards of knowledge and expertise in the recent Pathway to Chartership Exams held in London and Manchester on 7th-8th and 15th-16th November 2017. The successful candidates include three experienced practitioners who attained chartership through the new route, and the overall pass rate was 78%.
During individual examinations lasting 45-60 minutes, candidates demonstrated to an experienced panel of Chartered Members and Fellows of the Landscape Institute how their professional experience and knowledge of landscape practice met the standard for chartered membership.
Five of the successful candidates are based in Scotland:
|Adrian Jones||Waterman Aspen, Secondment to AWPR||Paul Nicholson|
|Alexander Burton||LUC||Paul Macrae|
|Anca Panait||AHR||Martin Robinson|
|Graham Palmer||Christopher Palmer||Christopher Palmer|
|Mark Swithenbank||AMEC||Jon Rowe|
Achieving chartered membership of the institute is an important milestone in the career of landscape professionals and this achievement is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and commitment to the Pathway to Chartership (P2C) process. The Landscape Institute Scotland would like to congratulate all those who were successful in the November 2017 Pathway to Chartership exams held in London and Manchester.
View the full list of new CMLIs via the Members Section of the Landscape Institute website HERE