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Who should Attend?
Staff employed in roles relating to planning, particularly those working within a planning department undertaking DA processing responsibilities as part of their position.
Refine their skills and overall understanding of council planning and statutory planning procedures.
Provide skilled para-professional assistance to qualified planners in local government and further advance towards a full planning degree.
Participants will be required to have sound planning knowledge and skill, either by being employed in a role carrying out these skills or through prior experience in this field.
On successful completion of your course and all assessments, you will receive a Nationally recognised qualification outlining the course completed and the units within that course.
|LGACORE102B||Follow defined OHS policies and procedures|
|LGACORE104B||Work effectively in local government|
|LGACORE105B||Work with others in local government|
|LGACORE501B||Provide quality and timely advice to council|
|LGAPLAN511A||Manage council's development assessment system|
|LGAPLAN512A||Integrate land use and transport planning|
|LGAPLEM501A||Achieve an efficient and sustainable use of natural resources|
|LGAPLEM503B||Conserve and re-establish natural systems|
|LGAPLEM508A||Manipulate and analyse data within geographic information systems|
|LGAPLEM512A||Provide geographic information systems data|
|Our instructor-led course provides participants with interactive sessions including group discussions, case study reviews, question and answer sessions. Our training course includes all course training materials, assessment and mentoring/assistance by your allocated trainer.|
|Duration & location|
|Our standard structure for this course is 6 full days to be completed over a period of six months and can be delivered in any metropolitan or regional areas of Queensland.|
|Please contact Peak for course fees or a proposal for onsite/in-house training.|