AILDM Q&A session - 20th November 2017

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AILDM Q&A session - 20th November 2017

One of the aims of AILDM is to encourage professionalism, exemplary and ethical work practices. 

Being a member of AILDM is highly valued and is a real point of difference when consumers are seeking quality and reliability from their hired landscape professional. Full member applications are reviewed by a volunteer membership committee which consists of the Membership Director and two previous Presidents.  The membership committee assesses membership applications and also assists the CPD Director with random reviews of CPD logs and activities. 

If you are in the process of upgrading your membership or you are considering putting your portfolio and application together, AILDM will be holding a question and answer session planned to answer all of your questions and assist your application preparation.

Date:  20th November 2017
Time:  4.30 – 6pm
Address:  4/613 Whitehorse Rd, Mitcham
Cost:  Current Student/Graduate members $5, Non-Members: $25

RSVP is 14 November 2017 here

Minimum Numbers are required for AILDM to run this seminar so act now! Make sure you bring your portfolio as AILDM will have some senior members and industry experts available to provide feedback.

Not able to attend or after more information?  Why not visit the addresses below which go into detail on what is required. 

Details on AILDM full membership

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