Climate Adaptation and Resilience Masterclass
With initiatives like the 100 Resilient Cities program pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation being delivered in Sydney and Melbourne, as well as the Australian Business roundtable on Disaster Resilience and Safer Communities, there is an increasing interest and groundswell in the field of resilience.
But what is it and how do we ensure our communities are primed to be more resilient to the range of shocks and stresses they are set to face?
Find out as we bring our Climate Adaptation and Resilience Masterclass to Melbourne.
The Masterclass provides a practical overview of adaptation and resilience issues, equipping participants with the skills needed to deliver more adaptable and resilient buildings and communities.
This course is relevant to those seeking to learn about this emerging and critical field in the built environment. This practical course incorporates multiple activities and case studies from the property and community development sector, providing participants with practical and up-to-date knowledge to help them succeed in this important emerging field.
Included in the Masterclass is an e-learning module that will provide an overview of the context and requirements for the application of the Climate Adaptation Green Star credits. This can be accessed by participants following the face to face Masterclass.
Is this the course for me?
The Climate Adaptation and Resilience Masterclass is designed for:
- Consultants who are looking to develop or formalise their adaptation and resilience skills;
- Property Professionals who wish to up-skill or better understand the field and requirements of the credit; and
- Government and the Public Sector Professionals who are involved in community development, risk mitigation and planning for climate change resilience
Attendance at this workshop will earn 6 Green Star CPD points. Completion of the e-learning module will earn 1 CPD point.
These course fees includes face to face tuition (including morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea and course materials) and one 1/1/2 e-learning module.
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