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Protecting Public Buildings, Plaza & Pedestrians, Course #DL19PPB

Hours: 1 HSW



Today’s threats are evolving as quickly as we must design the built environment to be able to dissuade and deter attacks on the property, pedestrians, and plazas.


This course addresses how CPTED (crime prevention through environmental design) can use boundary definition and territoriality to deflect vehicle ramming attacks that are becoming more frequent as a means of causing terror and damage.


Learn how to increase awareness of the potential risks and threats in the built environment, how to familiarize the design profession with what is CPTED and approaches and strategies, how to provide working examples of successful applications of street protection devices, and how to establish a return on investment and costs of bollards, barricades and street protection devices.

Online Course: $50.00

DVD and Workbook: $50.00


Extra Workbook: $10.00


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1 Hour CEU | Advanced Florida Building Code | Non-Advanced All Courses

All AIA Florida courses are in compliance with AIA CES guidelines, which states that all courses must be updated every three years. Additionally, all Advanced FBC courses are in compliance with the Florida Building Commission, which states the course is valid for two years, and can renewed only if there are no codes changes. Courses purchased through AIA Florida should be completed and submitted for credit within the allotted timeframes. No refunds or transfers will be granted for expired courses.

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