EAIT Executive Education

Climate Science & Policy - CPD Brisbane

This 5-day intensive course explains the physical science of climate change, with discussion of climate models, projections and impact scenarios. International policy frameworks for climate change are introduced, with discussion of climate change politics and psychology. The course also examines local impacts and planning responses to climate change effects. Students will gain an understanding of mitigation responses, vulnerability assessment, and adaptation strategies for organisations and communities.

This course forms part of the Master of Energy Studies program, there are a limited number of CPD places available for individuals who seek a better understanding of this subject, but who are not registered to the Masters program.
CPD participants will receive a certificate of attendance on completion of the full 5-day course. Participants will be taught by University of Queensland academics, and introduced to industry practitioners and experts

Venue: Advanced Engineering Building (49), Saint Lucia Campus, 13 - 17 March, 2017.

If you would like further information on this course, or would like to register for a CPD space please contact us: cpd@eait.uq.edu.au