List of training opportunities related to land use planning in Alberta

 

Here are the online and in-person workshops, courses and academic programs related to land use planning in Alberta. These training opportunities are for experienced or emerging professionals in municipal planning, development, conservation and land use planning.

Free training and courses

Alberta Wetlands

Aquality/Alberta Conservation Association Online 

Online course with eleven videos on wetlands in Alberta and the policies that intend to protect wetlands and mitigate their loss.

Edmonton Planning Academy

City of Edmonton In Person

Seven facilitated courses for anyone interested in learning about Edmonton’s approach to planning and development.

Growing Insights

Alberta Land-use Knowledge Network Online 

Open online course on urban agriculture and local food, including urban sustainability, social dynamics, governance and technology.

Wetlands 101

Ducks Unlimited Online In Person

With both online and in-person workshops, this course is geared towards anyone interested in identifying and understanding wetlands.

Academic courses and programs

Applied Land Use Planning Certificate

University of Alberta In Person

Continuing education program for professionals in municipal planning, development and bylaw enforcement.

Municipal Planning & Biodiversity Conservation Course

University of Alberta In Person

This six-hour workshop reviews the role of municipalities in conservation, using Alberta examples and details specific to provincial policies.

Municipal Planning Law Course

University of Calgary In Person

Available as a two-day or five-day course, this masterclass dives into Alberta’s municipal planning policy and regulatory system.

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