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Call for Submissions to PLAN North West Journal
PLAN North West invites interested members of APPI, as well as non-members, to submit articles or concepts for articles for consideration in upcoming issues of this planning publication. In addition to submitting a completed article, you may propose an idea or abstract for consideration by the Editorial Board prior to submitting a completed piece. Submissions are encouraged for a range of topics and in various formats, including but not limited to: book reviews, travel experiences, lessons learned, planning history, presentation summaries, or research results. The length of submissions can vary between 500 and 2000 words. Having
your article published in PLAN North West contributes to the planning community and provides an opportunity for professional advancement and personal satisfaction and is eligible to be logged as structured learning for regulated members’ Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) requirements.
CIP WTPD Call for Abstracts Deadline: September 13, 2019 5:00 pm EDT
Continuous Professional Learning Opportunities
September events presented by the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, City Building Design Lab, University of Calgary
Drawn from the Field: Representing Landscapes of the Western Imagination
September 12, 5:00 PM City Building Design Lab, 616 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary
Featuring landscape architecture Professors Chip Sullivan (UC Berkeley) and Elizabeth Boults (UC Davis) who will speak on (a history of) re-imagining landscapes as places including urban streets and leftover spaces. Click here for more information and to register.
Saturday, September 14, 1:00 – 4:00 PM will start at The Edison, 150 9 Ave SW, Calgary
Trace a downtown Calgary art route with renowned landscape architecture professors from Charles (Chip) Sullivan from UC Berkeley and Elizabeth Boults from UC Davis. Click here for more information and to register.
Green Alley Project Launch in collaboration with Art and the City
Friday, September 20, 5:00 PM at the Pioneer, 117 8 Avenue SW
How can downtown alleys be converted from uninhabitable service corridors into viable amenity-scapes for the public and downtown businesses? Click here for more information and to register.
Candidate and RPP members are responsible for ensuring that they current and compliant with the reporting of their Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) and you are encouraged to commence reporting your CPL early in the year.
When attending events, workshops and courses; we encourage regulated members to map their participation with conscious direction and alignment with the Core Competencies and professional CPL needs.
Professional Designations and the Use of RPP
APPI’s RPP members have rights and responsibilities defined in both the Alberta Professional Planner Regulation and APPI’s bylaws.
With the goal of aiming for a consistent approach across Canada, the various Provincial, Territorial Institutes and Associations (PTIA’s), including APPI, have committed to encouraging RPP members to members to adopt the practice of listing the ‘RPP' designation immediately following their name, followed by ‘MCIP’- RPP, MCIP- where applicable and when also denoting the national affiliation with CIP. Click here for further information.
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