At the conclusion of the course the you will be able to:
- Identify infrastructure planning as a key approach to planning and urban development leadership.
- Describe infrastructure networks and recognise the significance of infrastructure provision as a defining function of, and framework for, the planning, designing, and building of cities and metropolitan areas.
- Explain how infrastructure is critical to the sustainability of cities.
- Articulate and design the infrastructure life cycle, and how it leads to sustainable infrastructure.
- Critically appreciate the roles of government, private sector, and other agents in infrastructure development processes.
- Provide advice on planning and designing sustainable infrastructure networks for the built environments.
Upon successful completion of this course you will receive:
- Official Certificate of completion.
- Up to 40 PIA CPD points.
An undergraduate degree with a Credit average or above in a relevant field such as a built environment discipline or studies in social science, social policy, business or law.