When you attend Design Experience, you may be eligible to register for CPD and LBP points.
Scan your QR code, or enter your details on entry. Be sure to include your license type and number when registering. If you don’t scan in or register, your attendance will not be recorded.
We recommend you keep your attendance confirmation email (sent following the event) as evidence of your attendance and learning activity.
We will submit your attendance to NZIA, and they will apply your professional development points directly to your member profile.
Learning at Design Experience gives you the opportunity to fulfill your ‘on-the-job learning’ requirement.
You will need to complete a Record of Learning form to claim your On-the-Job learning.
Have the QR code on your e-ticket scanned upon event entry. If you don’t register or have your QR code scanned, your attendance will not be recorded.
You must keep your attendance confirmation email (sent following the event) as evidence of your attendance and learning activity.
Fill in this form (PDF) with details of your learning. This could include learning about building products from speaking to exhibitors, learning from the keynote presentation, etc.
You can keep a record of your learning activities either online via the LBP online service, or by filling out a paper-based Skills Maintenance form (PDF).
This is for professional categories not shown above as the elective activity component of your License. Please speak to your respective Association for clarity over the developments points allocation for advice to meet the specific requirements of your relevant association. The above is given as a general guide only.