Course Overview

CIWEM have partnered with Urban Wellbeing Solutions, a leading consultancy promoting best practice and experiences in improving Urban Environments, to deliver this one-day course. An ideal resource for those who would like an introduction to: why Urban Wellbeing; what it means; stakeholder engagement and some leadership and influencing techniques for embedding Urban Wellbeing in community projects.

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Please note that you do not need to be a CIWEM member to book and attend this course. For non-members, please create an account to register yourself following “Book this course”.

Course Details

  • one day (8:30-17:00)
  • £295.00 + VAT = £354.00

Key topics covered in this course:

Stakeholder Engagement and Leadership
Spaces and Interactions
Urban Wellbeing Index and Community Wellbeing

Who is this course for?

This course is of interest to all those who are involved in multi-stakeholder, community based projects including but certainly not limited to environmental managers, town planners, architects, those promoting natural capital and those looking to deliver net positive carbon schemes in whatever sector.

Key Learning Objectives

  • The course will focus on the different aspects that make up an Urban Environment and the impact they have on Sustainability and Wellbeing. The learner will leave with a basic understanding of what factors promote Wellbeing in the community and leadership techniques to help employ factors in Community based schemes.

Course Delivery and Duration

This one-day course will be delivered virtually, 8:30-17:00 UK Time. The sessions consist of expert instructor-led delivery, case studies, exercises, group work and support.


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Contact Us

If you have any questions, please email our team at learning@ciwem.org or call 020 7831 3110.

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