The next Landscape Institute CPD day will focus on natural capital and how it can be used in individual practices.

Taking place in Glasgow on Tuesday 12 March between 9am and 5pm, the event will feature seminars and workshops.

Speakers include Chris White from Aecom, who will be discussing natural capital accounting at the local and landscape scale, and Sarah Bryan chief executive officer of Exmoor National Park, who will be talking about the value of landscape.

Continuing professional development, or CPD, is a crucial aspect of professional body membership.

The LI asks all corporate members to complete a minimum of 25 hours’ CPD activity per year.

A full programme of CPD and specialist events is run by the LI throughout the year. A core element of all these events will be an inclusive interactive learning session delivered by a specialist in the field of study.

For members who can’t attend a CPD in person, the LI live stream a selection of sessions on the day.

The cost of attendance includes lunch, refreshments and networking opportunities.

For full details of the LI’s 2019 CPD programme visit: www.landscapeinstitute.org