CPTED Training

This events page only features CPTED courses that are open to the public.

    • 06 Jan 2020
    • 02 Mar 2020
    • Online


    Nuevo Diplomado CPTED Nivel Intermedio | New Intermediate CPTED Training Course (Online Diploma) for Spanish Speakers


    Aumenta tus conocimientos en CPTED con este curso en linea de 8 semanas para afrontar las problematicas de Latinoamerica. | Increase your knowledge of CPTED with this 8-week online course that focuses on understanding and undressing safety issues in Latin American context.

    Nuevos temas: | Some of the covered topics include: 

    1. Infraestructura y Escuelas Seguras | Infrastructure and Safe Schools
    2. Espacio Publico Seguro | Safe Public Spaces
    3. Transporte Seguro | Safe Public Transport
    4. Tecnologia Segura | Safety Technology
    5. Barrio Commercial Seguro | Safe Commercial Neighborhood
    6. Barrio Residencial Seguro | Safe Residential Neighborhood


    This is an 8-week course that starts on 6th January 2020


    PDF Flyer (Eng)

    PDF Flyer (Esp)


    For more information contact Dr Macarena Rau at mrau@pbk.cl


    • 30 Jan 2020
    • 27 Mar 2020
    • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan


    SafeGrowth/1st and 2nd Generation CPTED Training in Saskatoon, Canada


    This course is a comprehensive training course that lasts 4 days in total: 2 classroom days, interim project time, and 2 final classroom days.


    This course is currently in the process of approval for ICA CPTED Course Accreditation (CAP), which means that the participants who successfully complete the program will be eligible for a streamlined professional CPTED certification under the ICA's ICCP program.


    For Saskatoon participants:

    The City of Saskatoon’s Administrative Policy No. A09-034 requires that all civic structures, facilities, and developments be reviewed by the CPTED Review Committee as well as all Neighbourhood Concept Plans (public and private).

    Professional Development credits have been approved by the Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute in the past for this class.


    The course fills up early and places are limited. Register today!


    PLEASE feel free to forward this information to anyone you feel would be interested or benefit from this training.


    For more information contact Elisabeth Miller MCIP, RPP at 306.975.7666 or elisabeth.miller@saskatoon.ca


ICA Mission Statement

To create safer environments and improve the quality of life through the use of CPTED principles and strategies