This one day participatory workshop will provide Impact Assessment (IA) practitioners with the thinking and writing skills to present data and reach conclusions in a clear evidence-based manner.
The workshop is targeted at mid level to senior impact assessment practitioners in government, consultancy and industry, and any other environmental professionals who prepare IA reports.
Course is strictly limited to 16 places, so get in quickly to avoid disappointment.
Dr Glenn Brown has over 25 years of experience as an ecologist and educator specialising in environmental management. He has worked on environmental projects for industry, government and non-governmental organisations in Canada and other countries. He teaches courses on Ecosystem Science and Management and on Analytical Thinking and Communications in the Master’s program in Environment and Management at Royal Roads University in British Columbia and works as an independent consultant. He has delivered courses on ‘Organised Reasoning’ at International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) conferences from 2015 onwards.
Earn CPD Points
Environmental professionals who attend this event can record 14 points of continuing professional development under the Certified Environmental Practitioner Scheme. Read more >
The event has bee organised by EIANZ’s Impact Assessment Special Interest Section. Read more >
Full refunds will be given for any cancellations made two weeks prior to the forum. Cancellations made less than two weeks but more than one week prior to the forum will attract a 50% penalty. Cancellations made less than one week prior to the event will attract the full 100% attendance fee. Delegates unable to attend are welcome to send an alternative delegate.
16 May 2019
- 4:30 PM
Level 2, 99 York St, Sydney
Members $450 / Non-members $650
3rd Apr 19 12:00 PM
16th May 19 11:30 AM
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