The ILI Professional Practice Exam is a requirement for those who wish to become a Corporate Member.
APPLICATION DEADLINE w/ SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS | 31 AUGUST 2023
ILI PP EXAM | 14th OCTOBER 2023
PRE-EXAM GUIDED STUDY SESSIONS | SEPTEMBER
Study Session 1 | 1-2pm 21st September 2023
Study Session 2 | 1-2pm 28th September 2023
Study Session 3 | TBC
Study Session 4 | TBC
Video to introduce the ILI Professional Practice Exam process to candidates in 2021.
Candidates must have at least 2 years work experience in order to qualify to take the Irish Landscape Institute Professional Practice Examination. The appropriateness of the experience will be judged by the education committee based on the Work Experience Record Book which must be submitted by the candidate.
The applicant must hold current Graduate Membership of the ILI and submit the ILI PP Exam fee of €75.
Details of the application procedure with guidance notes, notification of fees, payment details and request options for study groups to help you prepare, are included in the application form. Candidates should download and fill in the form, then return it to us by email.
Late applications will be accepted until Friday 8th September at an additional cost of €25 (i.e. €100 in total).
Work Experience records
Candidates are required to submit work experience records together with their application form by 31st August 2023.
Work experience records must be submitted in hard copy and digital copy. Work experience record forms and sample templates will be made available.
For Students Requiring Assistance
Reasonable accommodations can be made available to students with dyslexia when sitting examinations. The accommodations are intended to limit the impact of the candidate’s disability on their exam performance, while not giving the candidate any unfair advantage.
The options students with dyslexia can apply for if they meet the criteria are:
Waiver from the assessment of spelling, grammar and punctuation in the language subjects
Use of a Recording Device or Word Processor/Laptop (occasionally voice dictation)
The most commonly used assistive technology option for students with dyslexia is a computer/laptop. Reading Pens are also an option.
It must be already being used by the student (therefore the student could use their own equipment and there would be no additional cost to its approval for use in an exam.)
The ILI are satisfied that this will not jeopardise the integrity of the exam.
It requires no development work from the ILI in relation to its exam papers.
For example, a small number of students have used voice dictation software for their exams.
If you are a full member of another Landscape Architecture organisation you might be it might be eligible to become a Corporate Member via the VIVA VOCE method.