Innovation & Excellence In Urban Planning

Course Code: EM01

Course Objective

  • Introducing participants to modern information systems and trends in urban planning
  • To shed light on the modern mechanisms of urban planning and exposure to different areas of urban planning
  • Exposure to problems and obstacles in this area by presenting and analyzing and providing practical solutions and knowledge of the role of modern technologies in modern urban planning
  • access to indicators of balance between the optimal size of the population and the optimal distribution of population
  • Presentation of successful local and global experiments in urban planning and presentation of modern theories
  • Identify participants as well as how to write and prepare technical reports for urban planning
  • Define the participants the dimensions of the planning process and the importance of urban planning, especially in the current era of globalization
  • reveal the relationship between urban planning and economic and social sciences

 

Target Audience

  • Staff of urban planning departments.
  • The staff of the specialized agencies in planning and urban design.
  • The staff of the entities concerned with urban development.
  • Leaders of city administrations.
  • Senior management staff in the secretariats and municipalities.
  • Central administration staff in city and municipal secretariats.
  • Specialists in urban planning, urban and regional planning, architecture and environmental architecture.
  • Engineering office officials specialized in urban planning.
  • Environmentalists of cities.
  • Specialists in geographical systems of cities.Purchasing and supply chain managersProject managers

 

Course Outline

  • Concept of urban planning.
  • Elements influencing urban planning.
  • Vacuum in urban schemes.
  • Development and adaptation of humanitarian elements in urban planning.
  • Humanization of cities.
  • Materials and appearance of the city
  • Address the historical, historical and cultural values of cities.
  • Visual and sensory perception of the city and the focus of visual identity.
  • aesthetic shapes and public spaces.
  • Frequency and frequency in the city.
  • Buildings, roads, neighborhoods and borders.


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Date & Location

Date : 20 January 2019

Duration : 5 days

Place : Kuala Lumpur

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Date : 10 March 2019

Duration : 5 days

Place : London

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