Learning to Adapt Canberra - Assessing and managing climate change risks
Learning to Adapt is designed to up-skill professionals on climate change adaptation planning and communication. The programme builds the necessary skills for considering climate change adaptation in infrastructure projects and management, including applying climate change science, assessing and managing climate change risks and implementing and communicating adaptation actions.
Participants who complete the course are eligible for GBCA Sustainable Development CPD points. They will also receive a Certificate of Attendance issued by the University of Canberra and EIANZ CEnvP CPD points.
Held one day a month, over three months, you will be engaging with recognised climate change science and adaptation experts and you will apply your learning by delivering group projects.
27 April 2016: Module 1 - Applying the science of climate change impacts
18 May 2016: Module 2 - Assessing and managing climate change risks
15 June 2016: Module 3 - Implementing and communicating climate change adaptation action
You can attend the entire course or only selected modules as desired.
The course is being delivered by the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) and is supported by the Department of the Environment, the Green Building Council Australia (GBCA), the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) and Canberra Urban and Regional Futures at the University of Canberra.
The price for GBCA members is $1,500 (excl. GST) or $500 (excl. GST) per module.
To register or for more information please visit http://www.eianz.org/events/category/learning-to-adapt or email@example.com.
Please download the brochure here for further details on each module.