Welcome to the Alberta Professional Planners Institute

APPI's Mission

We are the face of the planning profession within Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. We serve the public interest by providing regulation, advocacy, promotion and services for our members.

APPI's Vision

Excellence in the planning profession.

 APPI's Values

  • We value ethical practice.

  • We value diversity.

  • We value resilient communities that support the wellbeing of their residents.

  • We value the public interest and believe in public participation in planning.

  • We value a fair and democratic process.

  • We value environmental integrity and social and economic sustainability for the wellbeing of future generations.

  • We value continuous learning of members for the benefit of communities and the profession.

 

What's New!

Have You Reported Your Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) Units Yet?

All regulated APPI members(Registered Professional Planners and Candidate members) are required to report their Learning Units (LU's)  for 2019, on or before December 31, 2019.

CPL reporting has been a regulatory requirement since 2013. Information on the CPL program and the process of reporting LU's is posted here:

https://www.albertaplanners.com/professional-development/continuous-professional-learning

APPI will NOT mail hard copy report cards for 2019, and CPL compliant and non compliant reminder letters will NOT be emailed to regulated members. This information is accessible in your CIP member profile.

Learning Opportunities - Planning Resources!

The Resources section of the APPI website contains links to many types of learning opportunities that qualify for structured (interactive) or unstructured (viewing pre-recorded sessions, reading planning related publications) CPL units.

Check out the new APPI YouTube Channel and the APPI Facebook page for recordings from the APPI 2019 Conference and other events. Viewing videos and podcasts qualify for unstructured learning units.
https://www.albertaplanners.com/resources