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  • Congratulations to three LEGO Certified Professionals

    Helene Teichert

    We are happy to share that we have welcomed Graeme (Dymond Bricks) from Canada to the LCP Entry program while Wei Wei (Playable Design) from China and Balazs (DÓCZY BALÁZS EV) from Hungary have moved from the Entry program into the LCP Program.

    Today there are 20 LCPs in the LCP program of which 4 are in the Entry program (Casper from Denmark, Kevin from UK, Jay from South Korea and Graeme from Canada). If you want to know more about the LCP program and the LCPs please visit this site (note some LCPs still have to be added).  

    The LCP program evolves and while building models is at the core of the program we are happy that LCPs are broadening their capabilities by working more and more with other activities incl hands- on engagement with kids, online content and supporting the production of LEGO Masters to mentioned a few. We encourage this development and are happy to see that new business opportunities are embraced by LCPs.

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    We have a person asking about the program. He has a lot of assets, including creations, logistics, facilities, legal, clients and does a lot of work with Lego bricks. In several instances he express desire to know more - is there a procedure to join? 

    His tim builds amazing statues, building replicas, several meters long dioramas, Guinness book of records entry, working with government(s), communities, agencies and similar - living from building with Lego bricks. He has several artists who sculpture on LDD, owns several tons of LEGO bricks and earns handsomely, as far as we know, from this activities. The reason for joining are large scale projects he has invisioned, and also possible mutual benefits of cooperation. 

    We couldn't tell him almost anything, as our knowledge on the subject is small to none. 

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    Hi Tamara 

    The activities that you friend is doing sounds great and I hope he will continue sharing his passions for the LEGO brick and system. 

    Currently there is information on LEGO.com about the LCP program (https://www.lego.com/da-dk/aboutus/lego-group/programs-and-visits and scroll down a bit). On the site there is also a FAQ section which might be helpful. I'm planning an article about the LCP program for LAN. The article will not be very different from below but I will ad some perspectives as to why the program is the way it is.



    The LEGO® Certified Professionals (LCP) program is made up of adult LEGO entrepreneurs who have turned their passion for the LEGO brick and system into a full-time or part-time profession.

    We recruit LCPs on a regular basis and the position is market specific. We select an LCP based on his or her:

    • Enthusiasm for the LEGO brick and building system
    • Working business model and ability to organise and drive building projects and / or events
    • Strong business plan and match with the need of the local LEGO office
    • Strong collaboration skills and personal dedication to core LEGO values
    • Professional approach towards other LEGO fans and the broader public

    An LCP works with local LEGO office, 3rd party commissions, and on their own projects/exhibitions. Below you can find an introduction of the LCPs that are currently part of this programme, as well as a FAQ session.

    LCPs are not LEGO employees, but they are officially recognised by the LEGO Group as trusted business partners.

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