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Webinars, online and on demand

Posted 15 10 2020

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Webinars, online and on demand
Webinars, online and on demand

Below is a collection of webinars from a variety of sources. Some are On Demand and others are Online at set times.


ASLA Webinars
These webinars, free to watch, are organized by ASLA's Professional Practice team and Professional Practice Networks (PPNs). Click Here

Thinkers + Doers Speaker Series:
2 Sep: The next speaker in the ‘Thinkers and Doers’ series is Attila Tóth (Slovakia) presenting “Green Infrastructure in Planning and Designing European Cities”.

09 Sep: “Low Carbon Cement – not all concrete is equal” webinar.
Full details at this link

Atua Matua 2020: An Online Introduction
A group of select participants are about to embark on a life-changing journey into Te Ao Māori and te reo, and you can join them for the first steps. The Online Introduction to Atua Matua is a unique Wānanga where you will experience the incredible potential of Atua Matua as a framework to enhance recreation and outdoor education opportunities for your communities.
More here 

Landscape Architecture Foundation hosts live webinars in which guest presenters share innovative work and discuss timely issues.  Webinars are recorded and archived on LAF's website here.

Landscape Architecture Practice in a Time of Physical Distancing
The rapid changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic have left us all scrambling to adapt. For design firms, physical distancing measures have altered the way landscape architects work, communicate, and collaborate with coworkers, clients, contractors, and community.

LAF convened this candid conversation with three landscape architecture principals from a small, mid-sized, and global interdisciplinary firm to hear about the changes they’re seeing and techniques they’ve implemented to maintain communication, productivity, and morale. The panelists also speculated about longer-term (non-financial) impacts of this period that might affect the type of work that landscape architects do and how they do it. The webinar concluded with an audience Q&A to allow for further exchange of tips, ideas, and perspectives for how to stay healthy, creative, and productive in these unprecedented circumstances. Listen here.

Cirtex Civil
Webinars & Online Training.

Hosted by the IESANZ VIC/TAS Chapter and sponsored by Unios a webinar on TM-30 White Paper – on demand.

NZPI have extended special rates to NZILA members to attend online zoom webinars. Check out the events calendar page for a full list of what is on offer. 

Danish playground designers and equipment manufacturers Kompan are about to launch a new round of their webinars – webinar series

Webinar: Property Issues with Subdivisions.

Project for Public Spaces (PPS)
Don't look back: Equity and Recovery in Public Space during COVID-19
Creating a Framework for Public Space Management in New York City

Lincoln University, SoLA Seminars recordings
Landscape, design and health: The role of the designer in public health - Gayle Souter Brown, PhD Click Here
Lawn as Ecological and Cultural Phenomenon - Dr. Maria Ignatieva Click Here

Resene webinars
For past and up coming webinars see this link.

Check out the NZILA event calendar for up and coming webinars.

 If you know of a webinar coming up that maybe of interest please contact us