Working in landscape design requires not only a sound knowledge of design principles but also the ability to communicate your ideas and designs to potential clients. You can obtain points for the CPD program by reading or watching educational material that will increase your knowledge in landscape design, your personal skills, or business management skills.
We have provided the following links to material from seminars, events and webinars held for AILDM members. If you were able to attend the event this may help consolidate the knowledge gained. If you were unable to attend this provides you with the opportunity to access the information presented.
1 CPD point will be awarded for each hour spent reading/viewing this information.
You can also earn points for mentoring other members or sharing your knowledge in this forum. If you have prepared a document or presentation on a topic you think would be of interest to members please email it to email@example.com
1. HOW TO DESIGN GARDENS FOR STRUCTURES
View this second webinar in our series about indoor gardens.
Geoff Heard, the Managing Director of Fytogreen, shares his knowledge on ways to successfully vegetate a range of structures, such as planters for balcony and rooftop gardens, indoor atrium areas and bespoke solutions giving the ability to grow plants almost anywhere.
2. SPECIFYING AND DESIGNING VERTICAL, ROOF & INDOOR GARDENS
View this webinar presentation by Geoff Heard, the Managing Director of Fytogreen, to find out what landscape designers need to know when designing and specifying vertical and rooftop gardens and how they can comply with recent building regulations.
Over the past 19 years, Fytogreen has become an industry leader & innovator in horticultural technologies. They are a research focused, design & construct supplier of vertical gardens, roof gardens, green facades, planter boxes and planting media.
View the presentation documents and recording of this webinar presented to AILDM members by Graham Fletcher on 9 September 2021. The webinar addressed the possible impact of new regulations on landscape designers/architects and in particular those who design or install balcony, rooftop or vertical gardens on multi-storey unit blocks, and landscaping close to building slabs.
View the webinar presented to AILDM members on 26 August on Business Agility.
Business Agility is a best practice framework organisations large and small are adopting to enable them to recognise and respond to business opportunities quickly and effectively. Being agile is all about recognising that change is a constant in business and being able to benefit from it.
What does it mean to have an Agile mind set in your business?
How does a business establish a sustainable operation?
How do I increase the organisational maturity of my business?
How can understanding Business Agility improve my business?
Presented by Mark Plowman, Chief Executive Officer, Management Software Design Pty Limited
5. REGENERATIVE DESIGN & MANAGEMENT SEMINAR - JUNE 2021
As designers and specifiers it is our responsibility to have an understanding of the ecosystem processes and the significance of applying sound ecological principles to landscape design and management.
This seminar held at Eco House Kimbriki, Sydney, in June addressed all things Eco: Ecological Philosophy, Ecological Principals, Ecosystem Processes, and Ecological Literacy.