Learning to Adapt, ACT 2016 – Climate Change Adaptation Professional Development
Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ)
- Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA)
- Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA)
- Canberra Urban and Regional Futures, The University of Canberra (CURF)
Learning to Adapt – ACT is supported by the Australian Government
Learning to Adapt is designed to up-skill professionals on climate change adaptation planning and communication. The program builds the necessary skills for climate change adaptation projects, including applying climate change science, assessing and managing climate change risks and implementing and communicating adaptation actions.
Held one day a month, over three months, participants engage with recognised climate change science and adaptation experts and apply their 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|
Completion of this course will be recognised by the EIANZ’s CEnvP program and Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) Green Star CPD program; as a Master Class in Climate Change Adaptation by Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) and with a Certificate of Attendance issued by Canberra Urban and Regional Futures at the University of Canberra (CURF).
Services we provided:
- Learning Program development
- Accreditation strategy
- Training delivery & facilitation
- Collaborative partnership management
- Marketing & communications