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INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS & COMMUNITY ACCEPTANCE
Engineers Ireland CPD: Diploma has been approved as qualifying as CPD by Engineers Ireland. Members who undertake this course can count it towards their annual CPD requirement (15 hours).
CPD Certification UK: In addition to IPCA Global Institute Diploma, delegates also provided with a Certificate of Continuing Professional Development UK (15 CPD hours). This can be used by delegates towards professional body annual CPD obligations.
Please register for our upcoming Professional Diploma in Infrastructure Projects and Community Acceptance. Full course pricing €495, £426, $605
For this course, you have an option to complete all seven lectures as one or purchase each lecture individually and complete them at a time that suits you.
Upskill from the comfort of your own home or office. 7 Modules each module takes approximately one hour with the final 10 minutes comprising of questions on module content.
Flexible & Accessible
Course completion at a time that suits you with 24/7 access to course content.
The modules are designed with voice-over, you can therefore choose slides only or slides with voice-over.
You will hold an independently certified Professional Diploma from IPCA Global which has affiliations with many academic institutions, professional and industry organisations.
Benefits Of Taking The Diploma
IPCA Global is a MEMBER ofThe CPD Certification ServiceProviding recognised independent CPD accreditation compatible with global CPD principles.
Signed 1st Edition copy of the book in hard copy or PDF ‘Infrastructure Projects and Local Communities’, publishing late 2021. Contact us to be entered into a draw to be in with a chance to win this book.
Signed 1st edition copy of ‘Offshore Wind Local Stakeholder Engagement Best Practice Guide’ in hard copy or PDF.
Dr. Garry Keegan is the founder and CEO of IPCA Global. He is a leading community impact and conflict intervention expert in the area of infrastructure and urban development. He leads a team of associates dedicated to negotiating and managing solutions with external stakeholders, in particular local communities located in close proximity to new single and multi-site facilities.
He has a PhD from the National University of Ireland Galway on Public Attitudes to Siting High Voltage Overhead Transmission Lines and the Role of Host Community Benefit Schemes. Garry holds Masters Degrees in Marketing (MBS) from University College Dublin and in Mediation (MA) from Maynooth University Dublin.