Designing Safe Communities with CPTED Course
Do you want to become a CPTED practitioner for urban development and architectural design?
This course is taught by America’s premier crime prevention trainer, and security design professional, Dr. Randy Atlas, FAIA, CPP.
The Designing Safe Communities with CPTED course teaches the student that with proper design and effective use of the physical environment you can achieve a more productive use of space, and a reduction of opportunity for crime and terrorism. CPTED strategies are ideal for Law Enforcement Officers, Architects, Urban Planners, Government leaders, Landscape Architects, and Security Consultants, or anyone involved in designing neighborhoods, schools, mixed-use housing, managing real estate, government buildings or planning critical infrastructure. Cities and Counties throughout this country, as well as worldwide, are adopting CPTED ordinances requiring site plan reviews with crime prevention and security features in mind. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will receive designation as a CPTED Practitioner, and will have done hands-on practice in conducting CPTED assessments, plan reviews, and field work. The Designing Safe Communities with CPTED course includes forty-hours of instruction in Basic and advanced skills in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED). This course is qualified for Continuing Ed Credits.
30 AIA LU/HSW & State of FL CEUs, 40 State of Florida DPR Credits for Landscape Architects,40 CEU Credits from ASIS International for security professionals, 17 AICP CM credits, and is certified as a QM Quality Matters eLearning Course.
Fully Online Class, not for college credit