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Net Positive - Designing for Hope Janis Birkeland & Dominque Hes

What is the Green Speed Learning Forums - CPD Activity Presentation/Workshop?
The Green Speed Learning Forums (GSLF) is a Green Continuing Professional Development Learning Series (G-CPD-LS), which provides Green Building Council of Australia CPD points and through the Architects' Learning Group (ALG) - continuing professional development (CPD) activity hours. These presentations/workshops are coordinated by the Australian Green Development Forum (AGDF).
The Green Speed Learning Forums provide predominantly green presentations/workshops that give participants the opportunity to have significant interaction with CPD activity presenters while obtaining new learning and skills. These presentations/workshops are intended to be CPD activities, which are attended by the AGDF, ALG and other professional participants form the building industry (significant numbers of architects attend and participate at these CPD activities). It is envisaged that the GSLF are held regularly (possibly monthly or more) to share experiences and new knowledge in relation to significant green design/construction issues provided by presenters. The learning outcome of these presentations are stated at the start of the session and reviewed during the workshop segment. The GSLF participants and presenter have academic, technical or practical expertise which they share during the presentation.
Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) The presentation/workshop is for one event and should provide participants with a minimum of 1 Informal CPD point
Architects Continuing Professional Development The presentation/workshop is for one event and provides participants with a minimum of 1 hour of Formal CPD activity – registered with AIA Refuel
Competency Unit: Documentation.

Intended Audience: Architects, Designers

What's included

  • 1 Video Lesson

  • Works on all devices
  • Certificate of completion

Australian Green Development Forum

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