Commitment to CLD practitioners standards
All practitioners seeking to register as Members of the Standards Council must formally commit to the following principles:
- Commitment to the values underpinning CLD
- Commitment to the Code of Ethics for CLD
- Commitment to ongoing Professional Learning
- Commitment to practise using the CLD competences
In particular community learning and development practitioners will:
- Communicate with constituents, other professionals and partner agencies in an open, honest, accurate and straightforward manner
- Challenge any unlawful or unjustifiable discrimination by constituents, other community learning and development practitioners and colleagues in other professions.
Community learning and development practitioners will not:
- Behave in such a way, inside or outside of work, that will call in to question the individual’s suitability to work in community learning and development
- Behave in such a way, inside or outside of work, that will bring the profession of community learning and development in to disrepute.
Get your registration application started
The first step in becoming a registered CLD practitioner is to create an i-develop account and select the type of registration you would like to apply for.