instructors will present their subjects in classroom and field trip settings,
utilizing audio, visual and site inspection techniques and experiences. The
bulk of participant learning will be done in a "hands on" manner,
utilizing individual and syndicate projects.
**PLEASE NOTE THAT PAYMENT SHOULD BE IN CAN $ - NOT US**
a written test will provide the participant with the opportunity to demonstrate
their understanding of course objectives. Daily case study assignments will
prepare participants for the main syndicate project at the end of the course.
project will utilize all principals of CPTED, urban planning, architectural and
landscape design and land use. Syndicates will be assigned sites and asked to
provide design recommendations for reducing crime and nuisance behaviour along
with future plans for development.
syndicate will make an in-class presentation on the final day. Presentations will be critiqued and evaluated
by classmates and instructors.
Successful participants will be issued with a Level I CPTED Certificate.
Some evening work
is involved in Level I CPTED Course. Evening work can be accomplished according
to participant’s availability.
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