The ILI Professional Practice Exam is a requirement for members who wish to become a Corporate Member.
THE EXAM WILL TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY 8th OCTOBER 2022.
PRE-EXAM BRIEFINGS WILL TAKE PLACE IN SEPTEMBER 2022.
In order to be eligible to take the exam, applicants must hold graduate membership of the Irish Landscape Institute. Candidates must have at least 2 years work experience in order to qualify to take the examination. If not currently a member join HERE.
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.
Closing date: The application deadline is Friday 13th August 2022.
Fee: The exam fee of €75 must be paid by the above deadline. Payment is accepted by bank transfer only please state your name on the transfer– NO cheques.
Account Name: Irish Landscape Institute
Branch: Bank of Ireland, 104 Ranelagh, Dublin 6
Account number: 18502252
Sort Code: 90 01 72
IBAN : IE47BOFI90017218502252
BIC/SWIFT : BOFI IE2D
PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME ON THE PAYMENT
Late applications: accepted until Friday 20th August at an additional cost of €25
Form: Please refer to the application form and guidance notes.
Candidates should download and fill in the form, and return it to us by email.
Work Experience records
Candidates are required to submit work experience records together with their application form before 6th August 2021.
Work experience record forms and sample templates will be made available – Sample Here
Work experience records must be submitted in hard copy and digital copy.
If you have not yet joined the Study Group for the 2021's Professional Practice Exam, please contact the ILI on [email protected].
You can also find previous reading material here to prepare you for future exams:
Watch the tutorial video from our Past President, Kevin Halpenny, explaining the process of joining the ILI HERE.
PLEASE NOTE - for students requiring assistance:
Accommodations for Students
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 is 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 in other Landscape Architecture organisations you might be apt to become a Corporate Member via the VIVA VOCE method. Read more it HERE.