Adaptation Resilience Training
The Adaptation Resilience Training (ART) program is an Alberta-focused set of
introductory courses that will be delivered online from September 7 to 16, 2021 at
no cost. This free training will explore how Alberta’s climate is changing, how this is
impacting community planning and how you, as a professional in the sector, can
understand and manage climate risks in an uncertain future.
What is involved in the training?
The program consists of five Pre-requisite Core Modules (total of 10.5 hours) that will cover foundational information, followed by a session focused on community planning titled Stronger Together: Planning Resilient Communities (total of 3 hours).
Who should take the training?
Professionals working in community planning who recognize the challenges that climate change presents and want to learn how to incorporate adaptation in their practice and build resilience in the sector, including planners, engineers, researchers, policy makers, development officers, municipal managers and other professionals.
Click here for complete information and how to register.
These sessions qualify for self reported structured learning units.