Planners who are Full Members represent the highest standard of planning practice.
Full Members are recognised by employers, clients and the public for their skills, expertise and professional practice. Throughout their career, Full Members must remain at the forefront of planning development, legislative changes and the latest planning knowledge by maintaining continuous professional development (CPD). Like other members, they must adhere to NZPIs Code of Ethics that sets the standard for professional conduct.
To become a Full Member, planners must undergo a panel interview and assessment of previous practice, Full Members must demonstrate competency in several different areas, see the Interview and Competency section below for full details.
Full members use the designation MNZPI.
See Benefits of Membership for more.