MANAGING YOUR LBP POINTS DOESN’T HAVE TO BE STRESSFUL AND TIME CONSUMING.
TAKE CARE OF IT QUICKLY & EASILY WITH THE NEW ITM APP FOR BUILDERS.
We know that recording your LBP points can be stressful and time consuming. That’s why ITM have created the ITM App for Builders. It’s the easiest and simplest tool available to help you keep up with your LBP licence requirements.
WITH THE ‘MY LBP’ SECTION OF THE ITM APP YOU CAN:
- Add activity – things like dates, hours spent on activities, upload pictures as evidence and more
- View activity log – review any activity you’ve logged and see how many LBP points you’ve earned
- Read codewords – compulsory reading for all LBPs. Just read and add to your log with the click of a button!
- Learn how LBP works – find out what you have to do to keep your LBP license active
- Generate your log – with the click of a button have your log emailed to you as a PDF to satisfy MBIE that you’ve completed your LBP license requirement.
Download the ITM App now from the App Store.
IT’S PACKED WITH EXTRA FEATURES TOO!
In addition to helping you manage your LBP requirements easily and simply, the new ITM App gives you access to all this on your mobile:
- latest industry news and announcements
- up-to-date technical specs for all the major products you use every day
- exclusive monthly fishing content from The ITM Fishing Show’s fishing guru Matt Watson
- exclusive monthly rugby content from rugby writer Wynne Gray.
You can also keep your details up to date by logging into the LBP portal and adding activities as you do them. This means that you can renew your licence whenever you're ready, as long as you've done the number of activities required for your licence class.
You can record your points in a diary and then complete the ‘Record of Skills Maintenance’ form or you can use the online system provided by MBIE.
If you submit the skills maintenance points you have earned to date, shortly after the first-year ends, you can earn one bonus point (you can only get 1 bonus point over the 2-year period).
The DBH also recommends that you keep evidence of your learning, for example the front cover of the magazine or a seminar attendance certificate.