A workshop designed to introduce members to key concepts in relation to professional ethics as planners, familiarise members with the NZPI Code of Ethics and is a compulsory CPD requirement for those members looking to seek full membership in the future.
Identify ethical issues and ways of resolving them, identify appropriate sources for information and support in resolving ethical issues, and to practice applying the NZPI Code of Ethics to everyday issues.
Dean is a Director at Planz Consultants and has over 25 years planning experience. He has an excellent understanding and knowledge of the local Government environment, having previously worked at a variety of different local authorities. Dean has been involved in a variety of strategic projects including the preparation of statutory plans and planning reports, policy documents, design reports, research studies, the presentation of evidence before Councils and the Environment Court. His skills include workshop presentations, plan preparation, project management, feasibility studies, environmental impact assessments, the preparation and presentation of evidence and working with business and community groups on local initiatives.
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Friday 04 February.
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