Distinguish yourself as a leader in the regenerative design community by becoming Living Future Accredited
The achievement of Living Future Accreditation acknowledges your work towards making our communities socially just, culturally rich, and ecologically restorative. To become accredited, you must undertake all courses in the Living Future Foundational Curriculum and engage with industry events and research.
This can be done online, but it can be a lot more fun and motivating to learn in person, together!
We'll be running a 2.5 day intensive retreat so that you can meet all requirements for accreditation, alongside a group of like-minded professionals. This will be run by the LFIA team and there will be strictly limited places. Some readings and online webinars will be required before attending so we can get straight into active learning. The retreat will include visits to Living Building Challenge registered projects.
Once accredited, you will also be eligible to deepen your involvement with the Institute through Network volunteer opportunities as well as fulfil the LFA professional team member Living Building Challenge 4.0 requirement under Imperative 20.
Due to the current regulations, we will be postponing this course until November 2020. Dates, costs, travel and accomodation information will be released closer to this time, and as the COVID-19 situation evolves. It will still be held in outer Melbourne, with visits to at least two LBC registered projects.
Whilst the dates and program are being locked in, you can be one of the first to find out more by expressing your interest in attending: