PIBC - CPL Committee

PIBC Planning 101: An In-Person Full Day Planning Preparation Course
April 13, 2019 - 8:00am - 4:30pm
Pender Meeting Room - Oceanic Plaza
1035 West Pender Street
Vancouver
BC
CPD Learning Units: 
7

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PIBC Planning 101: An In-Person Full Day Planning Preparation Course


Overview
Join us for a fast-paced and intense one-day session to help you through the certification process and prepare for the Professional Standards Board (PSB) Exam! While we can’t guarantee that you’ll ace it, you’ll come away with a good understanding of the exam topics covered, the areas where you’ll want to increase your independent study, and solid strategies for test-taking if you’ve been out of the academic world for a while! Key topics to be covered include planning theory and content, the public interest, ethics and professionalism. This is a “must” course for planning professionals who have been out of the academic world, professionals who have a non-planning degree, and planners who are new to PIBC (coming from other Provinces). 

 

The course will be facilitated by Dr. Pamela Shaw PhD, MCIP, RPP, FRGS and Lindsay Chase MCP, MCIP, RPP

 

Course Instructors:


Dr. Pamela Shaw, PhD, MCIP, RPP, FRGS

Pamela Shaw PhD MCIP RPP FRCGS is a 2018 3M Teaching Fellow, Director of the Master of Community Planning Program, Research Director of the UNESCO Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Research Institute, Senior Editor of the International Journal of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, and a Fellow with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. She is on the Board of the Canadian Institute of Planners and Vice President of the Canadian Biosphere Reserve Association. Pam’s current research focuses on the human/nature relationship in biosphere regions as part of the Canadian Mountain Network.

 

 

Lindsay Chase MCP, MCIP, RPP

Lindsay Chase, MCP, MCIP, RPP is the Director of Development Service for the Town of View Royal on southern Vancouver Island, BC and is also a PhD Candidate at the University of Victoria. She is a planners’ planner with a deep interest in community building, policy and process management. Her research interests include mountain and island communities, ethics, and planning practice.  She teaches courses on research methods, ethics and transportation geographies. She has served as President of the Planning Institute of British Columbia and Vice-President of the Canadian Institute of Planners.