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WHO SHOULD TAKE THE COURSE

Those involved in the delivery of infrastructure and urban development in proximity to local populations.

Local or host community acceptance continues to be a key constraint for the development of infrastructure.

As you may have experienced, this can often lead to fractured relationships between project promoters and local communities.  The primary objective of this course is to provide you with the knowledge and expertise to successfully engage with local communities.

It will equip you with the best practice techniques to help you build not only financially successful projects, but also environmentally and socially responsible projects.

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Those involved in:

  • Infrastructure and Urban Development 

  • Public Policy Developers, Regulators & Planners

  • Industry Observers, Experts, Associations and Management Consultants

  • Local, State, Municipal and Regional Authorities  

  • Local and National Government Agencies and Departments

  • NGO’s (Non-Government Organisation’s) involved in infrastructure and urban development

Professional:

  • Construction Contract Managers and Project Management

  • Public Relations Executives involved in supporting Infrastructure and Urban Development Projects

  • Construction and Operation of Energy, Transport, Waste, Communications, Urban Development, Utilities Projects.

  • Local and National Government Officials and Public Representatives

  • Public and Private Sector Project Management

  • Building and Civil Engineers

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