LD 220 introduces the key aspects of sites that determine and constrain land development.
It is designed for those working in land development engineering within a local government context, as well as: consultants working in land development, contractors and asset managers.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Determine the physical risks and constraints of a land development site.
- Describe how natural hazards affect land development and are managed
- Identify appropriate tools to understand land characteristics.
- Demonstrate what and how much information about the land is needed for development .
Who Should Attend
- Those who are involved with designing land development, or asssessing land development proposals
- Anyone interested in land development engineering practice.
Recommended Prior Learning
This course will give you the knowledge to understand the land’s risks, constraints and natural hazards.
Typical Attendees Include
- Council Land Development Engineers
- Council Resource Management Planners
- Council Project Managers / Planning Engineers
- Asset Managers
- Consultants working in Land Development.
- Text, images, video
- Formative assessment
- Case studies
- Summative assessment
Where This Fits In
LD 220 follows on from LD 101 and sets the groundwork for courses at the more advanced level.