The Register is open to all CLD practitioners who demonstrate the values, principles, competences, Code of Ethics and commitment to continuing professional learning that underpin the sector, with two types of membership, based on qualifications and experience:
Full-time, part-time and voluntary practitioners in community learning and development including:
If you do not have a recognised qualification you may still be able to become a registered member of the CLD Standards Council through our Individual Recognition Process (IRP). The IRP route recognises experience and commitment and considers alternate qualifications.
All practitioners seeking to register as Members of the Standards Council must formally commit to the following principles:
In particular community learning and development practitioners will:
Community learning and development practitioners will not:
All practitioners seeking to register as Members of the Standards Council must provide a referee who is willing to confirm that the applicant has evidenced their commitment to the principles and practices as described and is a suitable candidate for Membership of the CLD Standards Council Scotland.
Further information on referees is available on i-develop :- http://www.i-develop-cld.org.uk/mod/page/view.php?id=1806
Apply online on I-develop by downloading the application form available from this page http://www.i-develop-cld.org.uk/mod/page/view.php?id=1616
If you are registered as an Associate member and have now obtained a recognised qualification and the required experience you can apply to become a registered member. Follow the application guidance.