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Advanced Project Management Advanced Project Management
Short Course

Advanced Project Management

Get the advanced tools and techniques project managers need to enhance leadership roles in projects.

  • 13 Jul 23 - 14 Jul 23
  • 16 hrs
  • 1,365
  • On Campus (Sydney)
  • Scheduled sessions
Movement and Place Course Movement and Place Course
Short Course

Movement and Place Course

This Movement and Place course explores the real-life, hands-on application of the NSW Movement and Place Framework to enact positive change. [1 day]

  • 02 Jun 23 - 02 Jun 23
  • 8 hrs
  • 595
  • Other in-person location
  • Scheduled sessions
Environmental Noise and Planning Environmental Noise and Planning

Environmental Noise and Planning

Learn the key foundations to specialise in acoustic consultation for urban planning or development. [9 wks, avg 8 hrs/wk]

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  • 9 wks
  • Avg 8 hrs/wk
  • 2,395
  • On Campus (Sydney)
  • Scheduled sessions
Social Planning and Community Development Social Planning and Community Development
Short Course

Social Planning and Community Development

Understand the theory and practice of social planning in shifting social, political and economic environments. [2 wks, 4 x 8 hrs]

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  • 2 wks
  • 4 x 8 hrs
  • 2,990
  • Online
  • Scheduled sessions
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