Registration is Open: Cultural Planning Courses (100% Online)

The University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural Planning and Development

Registration is now open for online courses in cultural planning offered by the University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural Planning and Development. Courses can be taken individually for professional development, or combined to earn the UBC Certificate in Cultural Planning – a professional learning program delivered 100% online. Enrollment is limited. Save $100 on earlybird registrations.

Courses starting Feb 18, 2013:

Foundations of Cultural Planning, Colin Mercer, Bristol, UK

Creating Culture Plans, Sue Harvey, Vancouver, Canada

Creative Placemaking, Pru Robey, Artscape, Toronto, Canada

Save $100 on registrations received by Feb 1. Registration closes Feb 12.

Courses starting Apr 2, 2013:

Festivals, Events and Eventful Communities (New) Robert Palmer, Strasbourg, France

Cultural Tourism: Impacting Communities Worldwide (New) Cheryl Hargrove, Washington, DC, USA

Save $100 on registrations received by Mar 15. Registration closes Mar 25.

Courses are delivered 100% online and include case studies, interactive discussions, and group-based learning activities that build on shared interests, place-based experiences, and actual community development projects.

Visit the UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development for more information and to register.

The UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is an international centre dedicated to the creation and strengthening of a global community of professionals advancing cultural development as a vital component of successful communities and sustainable growth. It was launched in August 2011 as a legacy to the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games with founding investment by 2010 Legacies Now and the Province of British Columbia.

By engaging the strengths of international leaders in the field of cultural planning and development, the Centre educates, trains and supports cultural planning and development through university-level courses and programs, research, and the exchange of successful practice, in a context of critical thinking with a global perspective.

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January 28, 2013
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