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Planning Education that Equips Students to Shape the Future
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Registry of current NZPI Members and their CPD achievements
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19th - 21st April 2023, Hīkina te Mānuka – Rise Up to the Challenges!
All you need to know about the 2022 NZPI CPD programme and workshops
CPD Opportunities that can be completed online at a time and place that suits you
Upcoming NZPI CPD, Branch Events, SIG Events and Networking Opportunities
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Celebrating Planners and the Planning Profession
The Best of the Best from Around NZ
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A selection of useful links relevant to planners and those studying or working in the industry.
Planning together for a better New Zealand
Working together for the benefit of all NZPI members
NZPI Branches are active in assisting with CPD and advancing local issues to central government.
Responsibilities to the Public and the Profession
Become part of a connected network with NZPIs' Special Interest Groups.
Forging Stronger Links between Employers of Planners and the Institute
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