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Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Article 25 offers professionals and students of the built environment and international development industries a series of training courses, all CPD accredited, in international development and disaster relief.

Our one-day courses on the ‘Essentials of Humanitarian Architecture’ consist of 2 stages, each including 5 hours of accredited CPD training, and are run quarterly.

We also provide any of our training courses as one-hour seminars to practices on request.

Download our Training Leaflet

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One-hour courses: any of the courses listed below can be provided as one hour seminars to practices on request, and are CPD accredited.

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‘Essentials of Humanitarian Architecture’

STAGE 1 (quarterly one-day course)

  • Bricks and Mortals: Human Rights and the Humanitarian Sector
  • Architects and International Development
  • Seismic Resistance in Building Methods
  • Techniques and Benefits of Participatory Planning
  • Workshop: Participatory Planning

Forthcoming Dates: t.b.c.

STAGE 2 (quarterly one-day course)

  • The Disaster Response Cycle: the role of the built environment professional
  • School Design for International Development
  • Building for Improved Public Health
  • Biodiversity and Conservation
  • Workshop: Managing Diverse Stakeholders

Forthcoming Dates: t.b.c.

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STAGE 3 ‘Planning a Project: How Professional Practice Works in the Field’

This new CPD designed by Article 25 is an introduction to the challenges one may encounter when working in the field and how work in international development may differ from practice in the UK.

This course will help you understand how your professional skills can help deliver projects for some of the most vulnerable communities on earth, in locations with very few resources.

The course will be delivered by Robin Cross, Director of Projects at Article 25, followed by a guest speaker presentation from one of our project partners about their experiences working in the field. This CPD is ideal for built environment professionals, students and international development practitioners and is worth 2 CPD accredited hours.

NEW Introductory Rates:

£20: Professional

£10: Students

Forthcoming Dates:  t.b.c.

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To register interest or for any enquiries, please email: training@article-25.org