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UPCOMING EVENT: Introduction to the Planning Process
Wednesday 12 December 2018
The School is widely recognised as a leading educator in planning, environment, urban design, historic conservation, tourism and development subjects.
Our planning related short courses and training programmes are taught by expert practitioners.
Participants receive high quality training and learn first-hand from expert practitioners, enhancing their skills by exploring real-life challenges with real cases. The team of trainers are highly experienced in university and practitioner teaching and training methods. A hallmark of the School's approach is group learning, knowledge sharing and lively interaction that will enable you to continue your learning journey beyond the duration of the course.
The School is open to discussing your specific requirements and devising new courses for particular needs. We can also tailor our standard units to the specific training needs of an organisation. Discount given for group bookings and alumni of Oxford Brookes University.
All are eligible for CPD accreditation.
With an international profile in leading edge studies, current projects include carbon accounting and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), and ongoing energy infrastructure studies.
Developed in response to industry demand for a practical and applied programme, this programme provides a better understanding of the real estate investment market.
Developed in partnership with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), this programme is tailor-made for property professionals in Asia to broaden their knowledge and skills.
Offering courses for councillors, administrative officers and anyone else interested in areas of planning such as the planning system, legislation, decision making, planning appeals, land use planning and the development control process.
We offer lectures in a variety of subjects including the practical repairs of renders and plasters, thatching lecture and practical workshop and structural interventions in historic buildings.