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Landscape Character Assessment Workshops

Date:

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Time:

Location:

Spanish Point and Tulla, County Clare

Cost:

Institute Members - €250
Non-Institute Members - €350
Two lunches, one evening meal and all course materials included.

Event Information

To express your interest in this course please Email Tharte@riai.ie

5 Places have been reserved for RIAI Members, we will be forwarding on the first five names to respond

Co-ordinator:  Alison Harvey, Planning Officer – The Heritage Council
CPD Points:   16.5 hrs
Class size:   40 people maximum

5 PLACES RESERVED FOR RIAI MEMBERS
To register a place for the conference contact Teresa Harte at the RIAI (01) 676 1703 or e-mail tharte@riai.ie

Dates: 26 & 27th May 2010

This award-winning, two day multi-disciplinary CPD training module is an initiative of the Heritage Council of Ireland, developed in partnership with Clare County Council, Engineers Ireland (EI), Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland (IAI), Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (IEEM), Irish Landscape Institute (ILI), Irish Planning Institute (IPI), the Landscape Observatory of Catalonia, the Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA), the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) and the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI)

This CPD training course will be of value to those whose professional work impinges on the Irish landscape. This includes planners, landscape architects, archaeologists, ecologists, architects and engineers. Such individuals might – for example - be working for a local authority or in private practice. 
Such a broad group will clearly come to this training with a range of different agendas and starting points. One of the key benefits of this multi-disciplinary approach – rather than working only with colleagues from your own discipline – is that we can focus on the way the professions may perceive and value different aspects of the landscape in different ways.  Landscape provides the context for all these groups, and understanding why we may have different perspectives will be a valuable outcome from this training. 

Comments from First LCA CPD Course Attendees – September 2009:
Enjoyed the training event very much – especially mixing with other disciplines”
“Overall very good, enjoyable and good value for money”
“Great two days. Well done!”
“Approach to course delivery was very easy going and the speakers were excellent

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