The third course in the Urban Wellbeing training series is designed for those who would like techniques for promoting Urban Wellbeing in practice. It will discuss techniques for measuring and improving wellbeing and where to focus for maximum benefit. It is of interest to all those who are in infrastructure development and are developing approaches to promote Urban Wellbeing in their work. The course will focus on the different ways of measuring Urban Wellbeing finishing with tools for being able to focus input to the most important areas; the Urban Wellbeing IndexTM.
Find out more about the Urban Wellbeing training series: Urban Wellbeing. ( Introductory offer available for booking multiple courses of the Urban Wellbeing training series.)
Join us in fostering wellbeing through creative approaches to urban environmental solutions!
This course will be of interest to those who are:
Working in infrastructure development: town planners, architects, etc.;
Promoting Natural Capital;
Looking to deliver net positive carbon schemes in all sectors;
Developing approaches to promote Urban Wellbeing in your work;
Wanting to initiate projects, particularly Infrastructure Clients in the Utilities and their consultancies;
Wanting to promote Wellbeing in feasibility studies Option selection of projects.
Delivered via the CIWEM Learning Platform, the course is self paced e-learning with tutor support available on the course discussion forum throughout. Study at your own pace and access support when you require it. There is a live one-on-one discussion session incorporated into the course.
This course has a learning time equivalent to 8 hours. In total you will have four months access to the Online Course portal. Please note this is a guideline and learning times will vary person to person.
If you have any questions, please email our team at email@example.com or call 020 7831 3110.
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