The International CPTED Association
Welcome to the SafeGrowth and CPTED program. Crime and safety are frequently described in surveys as among the most pressing issue in communities today. Solving crime and safety is not a simple matter. As instructors for this program we are looking forward to sharing with you some new ideas and best practices for community safety.
This is a demanding and engaging course of study. It is also not a typical training course or workshop where most learning occurs in the classroom. In our course, it does not. So you will need to commit yourself for extra work before you decide to attend this program. Here is how our program works. Please read this over carefully before you commit to the program.
For Saskatoon participants:
The City of Saskatoon’s Administrative Policy No. A09-034 requires that all civic structures, facilities, and developments be reviewed by the CPTED Review Committee as well as all Neighbourhood Concept Plans (public and private).
Professional Development credits have been approved by the Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute in the past for this class.
This course is a comprehensive training course in a hybrid format: 3 face-to-face classroom days (Part 1), interim project work, a series of online sessions and self-directed study, followed by the final one-day classroom session (Part 2). The overall training is completed over a 2-3 month period.
The course is accredited under the ICA's Course Accreditation Program (CAP) - Class A. Any candidates completing this course will be exempt from the following 8 (out of 11) competencies should they wish to pursue CPTED Certification under the ICA's Individual CPTED Certification Program (ICCP):
Program summary: SAFEGROWTH/CPTED Saskatoon 2022
Rate: CA$1100 + GST
Register by contacting Elisabeth Miller MCIP, RPP at 306.975.7666 or email@example.com. Deadline for registrations: 14 July 2022.
Committee Rm E,
222 3rd Avenue North
Instructors are International CPTED Association (ICA) certified Professionals.
For more information contact Elisabeth Miller MCIP, RPP at 306.975.7666 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To create safer environments and improve the quality of life through the use of CPTED principles and strategies