With thousands of members worldwide, the LPI is the global membership body for learning professionals, having continually led the field in workplace learning and development since 1995.
Our aim is to raise the profile of those in the workplace learning sector by sharing and celebrating the knowledge, experience and skills of our members and accredited partners.
Professional LPI members enjoy:
Post-nominals and digital badges to reflect their professional status
Preferential access to selected learning resources and research
Discounts on many learning events, products and services
Unparalleled networking and promotional opportunities
Regular newsletters providing all the latest sector news, trends and insights
Corporate membership develops a skilled and connected team by ensuring all members belong to a professional body and giving them status with LPI post-nominals. Find out more.
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James McLuckie, formerly of EdenTree and now Senior Instructional Design Manager at Good Practice and LPI Fellow for 12 years tells us why membership matters to him.
A number of people within my network were affiliated with the LPI in some way, particularly people that I enjoyed interacting with and from whom I was learning a lot from. The LPI really understands the link between learning and performance and this is not something that all organisations understand. That understanding manifests itself through the events that the LPI facilitates and the many and varied benefits that they provide for members. For those reasons I really wanted to become a member and endorse what they stand for and I would encourage any serious L&D professional to become a member.
LPI membership gives validation to my skills as a Learning Provider and a reference point for me to grow my skills through the knowledge and experience of the Institute and its members. It also gives customers confidence in my abilities as LPI is widely recognised for the high standards required to achieve membership.
For me joining the Institute was a no-brainer. A body dedicated to my chosen career path, a way for me to prove to others (especially employers) my commitment to that career and the professionalism that I believe in. Almost 15 years later, and even with a name change, the LPI still helps me to show the same ideals, professionalism and commitment. My favourite event throughout the year has to be Learning Live - I get the opportunity to reconnect with friends and colleagues within the learning and development industry and gain some new ideas/insights from thought-leaders.
Gaining professional membership with the LPI is a significant milestone. It's an acknowledgement of the diverse and complex role adopted by learning and development professionals