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Thank you for participating in the Virtual Trivia Event!
Congratulations to the winners!
Have ideas for presentations in 2021? Projects or research to share?
Contact Michelle Collins at [email protected] to make it happen! We want to hear from you.
Congratulations to the Prince Edward Island Institute of Professional Planners (PEIIPP)
Professional Planners in PEI have received the great news that the Registered Professional Planners Act (RPP Act) will be proclaimed into force as of December 26, 2020. In the absence the RPP Act, certified professional planners in PEI who had been certified via the Professional Standards Board and the national standards for the profession, have been unable to use the RPP (Registered Professional Planner) professional designation, as it was neither recognized or protected in PEI. This is a great moment for the profession in PEI.
Manitoba Planning Conference 2021
Forward Thinking: Developing plans and strategies to actively enhance our built and natural environments!
January 19 - 22, 2021 virtual conference Click here for information.
2021 APPI Member Renewals
The 2021 APPI/CIP member renewal invoices were issued in early December and members fees are due by January 4, 2021. If you are currently not practicing planning as the result of a life change or challenge (for example, parental leave, health or disability considerations, unemployed, recently retired or retiring, you may be eligible to change from RPP or Candidate practicing status to RPP or Candidate Non-Practicing. Please email the APPI Registrar for more information at [email protected].
Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) Reporting Deadline: December 31, 2020
If you have life change or challenge, that may prevent your ability to comply with the CPL program and would like to inquire about special consideration to reduce CPL reporting requirements, or if you require clarification about the CPL program, please contact the APPI office.
Members who are non-compliant with the established criteria of the CPL program at the end of the calendar year will be removed from the Register of members in Good Standing – effective January 1, 2021 and will remain “not in good standing” until they complete the CPL reactivation process prior to June 30, 2021.
After June 30,2021 members who remain 2020 CPL non-compliant, are removed from the roster of APPI members and may not be reinstated. Should one of those members wish to rejoin the Institute in the future, may not be reinstated and must re-apply as new members and re-certify via the processes in place and via the Professional Standards Board for the Planning Profession in Canada.
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