Who should attend
The training course is designed for decision makers and planners within the political, technical, transport, financial and environmental sectors.
This Oxford training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
- Urban Planners
- Transportation Engineers
- Policy Makers
- Rail Transport Professionals
- Environmental Engineers
- Financial Managers
- Supply Chain Managers
- Professionals involved in the Planning and Maintaining the City Infrastructure
About the course
The Oxford training course is focused on providing the delegates with the adequate knowledge of the issues arising within the urban development and the solutions of the issues which the existing cities are facing. As the world becomes more mobile and globalized, and the areas of the world whiteness exponential growth, the issues with the livability of the cities becomes a frustrating problem of the urban planners, as the growth of the population inevitably leads to the problems with the required space and transportation within the cities.
In this course you will find answers of those questions:
What Is Sustainable Urban Development? What is to be sustained in sustainable development? Is it such a thing as a sustainable use of a non-renewable resource? Is it meaning of the concept has opportunistically been stretched from 'conservation management' to 'economic development'? Can Sustainable Urban Development be Effective development of urban centers in era of globalization?
Specifically you will learn to:
- Properly asses demographic of the cities
- Adequately determine possible settlement transitions associated with urban development
- Determine policies for ensuring energy security in urban development
- Chart and develop pathways to sustainable road transport
- Recognize influence of automated rail on urban mobility
- Develop methods for ensuring financial sustainability of urban development
Sustainable Urban Development Introduction. Understanding cities of the past and cities of the future, Housing, Transportation, Infrastructure, Ecology, Policy and governance of urban planning and view some Examples of sustainable urban planning for the cities.
Influence of urban growth on sustainability. Understanding of Growth models, Urban demographics and settlement, Capacity planning for urban infrastructure, Scarcity of natural resources for urban centers, Sustainable living environment planning and Dealing with the remnants of the past.
The sustainability of economics and Sustainable mobility. Understanding of Risky models of urban development financing, Painful lessons of economic slowdown, Financial sustainability of urban development, Ensuring the financing of critical services and Sustainable road transport and Resources and delivery planning, Development of smart cities and Maintenance sustainability.
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.