ALC Professional Development Option
Goal Statement: The Accredited Land Consultant Designation (ALC) is an indication of a professional who is the most accomplished,
the most experienced, and the most knowledgeable land expert. Staying current in trends and information is inherent in being the best
in the business. The ALC Advanced program is designed to offer opportunities to ALCs to stay current in the area of land to assist
clients through up-to-date knowledge.
Program: ALC designees have the option to participate in 30 hours of continuing education within a three-year period, starting with the
year 2013. If fulfilled, the participant would become an ALC Advanced for a three-year period. The following counts toward these
required hours. All of the below must be from options available through the RLI:
Administration: ALCs will submit their thirty hours with proof of attendance and/or completion of the activities once a year to RLI.
These will be collected between January 2-January 10 on the year following the due date (i.e. For 2013, the records would need
to be sent to National for credit between January 2-January 10 of 2014).
If an ALC Advanced designee desires to keep that designation tier, he/she must submit proof of having fulfilled the requirements
every three years (i.e. If an ALC Advanced, submits the fulfilled requirements in January 2013, he/she would need to reapply in
January of 2017 with professional development taking place in 2013-1016).