Ref No: UP 103 Program Name: Infrastructure Development, Management & Governance

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29 Jan 2024 02 Feb 2024 Dubai, UAE $ 4,750Registration Closed
20 May 2024 24 May 2024 London, UK $ 5,750Registration Closed
16 Sep 2024 20 Sep 2024 Kuala Lumpur, MY $ 5,750



The “Infrastructure Development, Management & Governance” training program is a comprehensive and in-depth course designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the field of infrastructure development. Infrastructure plays a crucial role in shaping the economic, social, and environmental landscape of a region or country. It encompasses a wide range of sectors, including transportation, energy, water supply, telecommunications, and more. Effective infrastructure development requires careful planning, efficient management, and robust governance frameworks.

In today’s rapidly changing world, the demand for quality infrastructure is increasing. Governments, private organizations, and international institutions are investing significant resources in infrastructure projects to drive economic growth, improve living standards, and enhance connectivity. However, the successful implementation of infrastructure projects requires professionals who possess a deep understanding of the complex dynamics involved in infrastructure development, as well as the ability to navigate the challenges and opportunities that arise.

The “Infrastructure Development, Management & Governance” training program aims to meet this need by providing participants with a comprehensive overview of the infrastructure development landscape. Participants will gain insights into the key principles, strategies, and best practices for planning, managing, and governing infrastructure projects. The program covers a wide range of topics, including project planning, financing, implementation, asset management, and governance frameworks.

Throughout the program, participants will have the opportunity to learn from industry experts, engage in interactive discussions, and analyze real-world case studies. The training methodology emphasizes a practical and hands-on approach, allowing participants to apply the concepts and tools learned in the program to real-life scenarios. Additionally, the program incorporates site visits to infrastructure projects to provide participants with firsthand experiences and a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities in infrastructure development.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the fundamental concepts and principles of infrastructure development, management, and governance.
  2. Gain insights into the project planning, financing, and implementation processes for infrastructure projects.
  3. Develop skills in infrastructure project management, including risk management, procurement, and stakeholder engagement.
  4. Acquire knowledge and techniques for infrastructure asset management and maintenance.
  5. Understand the importance of governance, policy, and regulatory frameworks in infrastructure development and governance.

Training Methodology:

The training program will utilize a combination of interactive lectures, case studies, group discussions, and practical exercises. Participants will engage in hands-on activities, analyze real-world infrastructure projects, and work collaboratively to develop strategies and solutions. The program will also include guest speakers from the industry and site visits to infrastructure projects to provide participants with practical insights and firsthand experiences.

Target Audience:

This training program is designed for professionals working in infrastructure development, project management, urban planning, government agencies, consulting firms, and related fields. It is suitable for infrastructure planners, project managers, engineers, policymakers, and individuals involved in infrastructure governance and decision-making processes.

Program Content :
Day 1: Fundamentals of Land Management and Zoning
  • Introduction to land management and zoning principles.
  • Understanding the legal and regulatory framework for land use.
  • Analyzing land use patterns and conducting land assessments.
  • Introduction to zoning and its role in urban and rural development.
  • Overview of different zoning classifications and their implications.

Day 2: Approaches and Strategies for Land Management

  • Smart growth principles and sustainable land use planning.
  • Transit-oriented development and mixed-use zoning strategies.
  • Conservation and preservation strategies for sensitive lands.
  • Brownfield redevelopment and revitalization initiatives.
  • Participatory approaches in land management and community engagement.

Day 3: Developing Comprehensive Land Management Plans

  • Land use planning process and stakeholder engagement.
  • Conducting feasibility studies and economic analysis.
  • Integrating environmental considerations into land management plans.
  • Incorporating social equity and inclusivity in land use decisions.
  • Designing land management plans for resilience and adaptability.

Day 4: Zoning Implementation and Administration

  • Zoning ordinances and regulations.
  • Zoning enforcement and compliance.
  • Variances, special exceptions, and conditional use permits.
  • Zoning board of appeals and public hearings.
  • Managing conflicts and challenges in zoning decisions.

Day 5: Innovation in Land Management and Zoning

  • Emerging trends and technologies in land management.
  • Green infrastructure and sustainable development practices.
  • Integrating smart city concepts into land management strategies.
  • Case studies of successful land management and zoning projects.
  • Developing an action plan for effective land management and zoning.

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