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How ILP Helps Get You Recognised

We know that learning and development professionals work tirelessly to improve their programs, delivery methodology and learning solutions, and we want to recognise these.

ILP offers you a number of opportunities to be recognised for your contribution to the industry, and be acknowledged for your commitment and dedication to our profession.

Member Status

As an ILP Professional Member or Fellow Member, you can display your post nominal letters (ILPM or ILPF) and Member digital badge to show your commitment to the industry. This badge can be displayed in email signatures and your website.

Australian Learning Impact Awards

We now have eight categories for our Australian Learning Impact Awards.  If you have achieved outstanding achievements through learning initiatives or your role, enter and be recognised within the industry.

Digital Badges

These are a great way to show your accomplishments, knowledge and skills. Showcase your professional development achievements with your digital badges.

Continuing Professional Development

CPD points indicate your commitment to your professional development. They also help with the requirements of maintaining currency if you are a Certified Learning Professional or work with an RTOs.

L&D Team Benchmark

Review your learning strategy against modern L&D standards, compare your approach with top performing organisations and form an evidence based approach to enhance learning results.

Directory Listing

Showcase your profile to help clients and peers find you. ILP’s Member Directory is a comprehensive listing of members displaying skills, experience, specialities  & contact details and is a great resource for people looking to network or find providers.

Certified Learning Professional

Certified Learning Professionals (CLP) is the master professional benchmark within the learning and development industry. It is what sets highly skilled facilitators and trainers apart in our profession.

ILP Members meeting the minimum requirements for CLP Accreditation may apply to be recognised as a CLP.

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