Presented by Christine Coste
When delivered online, this full day course is now split over
two days to better manage the learning delivery. Participants should be
available 9am – noon both days to participate in the course and allowing for 30
mins of short breaks each morning.
Technology is changing our world faster than ever before. This course is designed to give the experienced planner an understanding of these emerging technologies, and to incorporate this awareness into practice. New technologies are leading to changes in the activities and resources we manage and offer new opportunities for protecting the natural environment and managing effects.
This course gives an understanding of how the world is changing in what is termed the fourth industrial revolution. Key technology trends such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, data, digital trade, drones and Internet of Things are explained. The course also delves into some of the deeper attitudes or principles behind these changes such as open data, transparency, security and privacy.
The participants will then look at some case studies of these technologies in practice in planning or related professions. Group exercises will allow the participants to reflect on how these new technologies will drive change in their own areas of planning practice.
The course will:
By the end of the course attendees will:
Who should attend?
The course is targeted to experienced planners who are looking to better understand new technologies in the context of how these technologies affect the activities and resources we manage through the resource management process. The course does not cover use of digital technology or other tools in the planner’s practice.
Presented by Christine Coste, RMA Digital
Christine founded RMA Digital to provide services to RMA practitioners to better meet the challenges of the digital age. Embracing emerging technology is essential to our ability to undertake our work as RMA practitioners now and in the future.
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