A1. MAINTAIN & EXTEND A SOUND THEORETICAL APPROACH TO THE APPLICATION OF LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY

  • identify the limit of  your own personal knowledge & skills
  • strive to extend technological capability
  • broaden & deepen own knowledge base through new applications & techniques 

A2. USE A SOUND EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH TO PROBLEM SOLVING & CONTRIBUTE TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

  • How did you establish users’ requirements for improvement;
  • assess market needs & contribute to marketing strategies
  • use market knowledge of your chosen lighting solutions to promote & improve the effectiveness,
  • products, systems & services
  • contribute to the evaluation & development of continuous improvement systems 

B1. IDENTIFY, REVIEW & SELECT TECHNIQUES, PROCEDURES & METHODS TO UNDERTAKE LIGHTING TASKS

  • select a review methodology; review the potential for enhancing products, processes, systems & services using evidence from best practice
  • establish an action plan to implement the results of the review

B2. CONTRIBUTE TO THE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT OF LIGHTING SOLUTIONS

  • Demonstrate how you contributed to the identification & specification of design & development requirements for products, processes, systems & services
  • identify problems & evaluate possible solutions to meet client needs
  • contribute to the design of lighting solutions

B3. IMPLEMENT DESIGN SOLUTIONS & CONTRIBUTE TO THEIR EVALUATION

  • Demonstrate how you secured the resources required for implementation
  • implement design solutions, taking account of cost, quality, safety, reliability, appearance, fitness for purpose & environmental impact
  • identify problems during implementation & take corrective action

C1.   PLAN FOR EFFECTIVE PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

  • identify the factors affecting the project implementation; prepare & agree implementation plans
  • secure the necessary resources & confirm roles in the project team
  • apply the contractual arrangements with other stakeholders 

C2. MANAGE THE PLANNING, BUDGETING & ORGANISATION OF TASKS, PEOPLE & RESOURCES

  • operate appropriate management systems
  • work to the agreed quality standards, programme & budget
  • manage work teams, coordinating project activities

C3. MANAGE TEAMS & DEVELOP STAFF TO MEET CHANGING TECHNICAL & MANAGERIAL NEEDS

  • agree objectives & work plans with teams & individuals
  • identify team & individual needs & plan for their development
  • manage & support team & individual development
  • assess team & individual performance & provide feedback

C4. MANAGE CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

  • ensure the application of quality management principles by team members & colleagues
  • manage operations to meet quality standards
  • evaluate projects & make recommendations for improvement

D1. DEMONSTRATE EFFECTIVE INTERPERSONAL SKILLS 

  • contribute to, chair & record meetings & discussions
  • prepare letters, documents & reports
  • exchange information & provide advice to technical & non-technical colleagues

D2. PRESENT & DISCUSS PROPOSALS 

  • prepare & deliver appropriate presentations
  • lead & sustain debates
  • feed the results back to improve the proposals 

D3. DEMONSTRATE PERSONAL & SOCIAL SKILLS

  • know & manage own emotions, strengths & weaknesses
  • be aware of the needs & concerns of others
  • be confident & flexible in dealing with new & changing interpersonal situations
  • identify, agree & work towards collective goals
  • resolve conflict & create, maintain & enhance productive working relationships 

E1. COMPLY WITH RELEVANT CODES OF CONDUCT 

  • comply with the ILP rules of professional conduct
  • work constructively within all relevant legislation & regulatory frameworks, including social & employment legislation 

E2. MANAGE & APPLY SAFE SYSTEMS OF WORK

  • identify & take responsibility for own obligations for health, safety & welfare issues
  • ensure that systems satisfy health, safety & welfare requirements
  • develop & implement appropriate hazard identification & risk management systems
  • manage, evaluate & improve these systems 

E3. UNDERTAKE ACTIVITIES IN A WAY THAT CONTRIBUTES TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 

  • operate & act responsibly, taking account of the need to progress environmental, social & economic outcomes simultaneously
  • use imagination, creativity & innovation to provide products & services which maintain & enhance the quality of the environment & community, & meet financial objectives
  • understand & encourage stakeholder involvement 

E4. CARRY OUT CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN & ENHANCE COMPETENCE IN OWN AREA OF PRACTICE

  • undertake review of own development needs
  • prepare action plans to meet personal & organisational objectives
  • carry out planned & unplanned CPD activities
  • maintain evidence of competence development
  • evaluate CPD outcomes against the action plans
  • assist others with their own CPD

E5. EXERCISE RESPONSIBILITIES IN AN ETHICAL MANNER

The ILP seeks to be as inclusive as possible, so if you have any concerns about applying for membership / attending our Exterior Lighting Diploma courses, LDC local events or our one-day courses for whatever reason please let us know and we will try to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that you can fully engage with the ILP.