Projects tagged with Training & Support

Forest of Bowland AONB

  • Forest of Bowland AONB - Sense of Place Toolkit and Workshops

    Countryscape worked with the Forest of Bowland AONB to develop a ‘Sense of Place Toolkit’ for local businesses. The aim of the toolkit is to help businesses understand the special qualities of the AONB and to use these qualities in order to develop and promote their own product – as...

Friends of the Lake District

  • Friends of the Lake District (FLD) is a landscape charity covering Cumbria. Countryscape, in association with Alison Farmer Associates, ran a three-day Landscape Character Assessment training programme for FLD. The training provided a general introduction to the practices and...

Groundwork

  • Countryscape developed and ran a bespoke Geographical Information Systems (GIS) training programme for Groundwork Manchester, Salford & Trafford Ltd. The training was delivered by Countryscape's technical director, Jonathan Porter, to provide a solid grounding in the techniques of...

International Association for Landscape Ecology (UK)

  • International Association for Landscape Ecology (UK) - Website Management

    Countryscape is responsible for developing and managing the IALE (UK) website. The site has been designed to reflect the organisation's brand identity and to provide easy access to background and membership information, event listings, publications, contacts and other resources....

Manchester City Council

  • Countryscape worked with Manchester City Council and Groundwork to explore the potential for transport and open space development in Wythenshawe. The project involved extensive use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in creating a spatial framework to inform future planning...

Aspen International

  • Aspen International - Aspen International Website

    Countryscape created a website for Aspen International using Drupal. The website design built on an existing brand and layout concepts from Aspen International. The website was produced from initial graphics to a production website in under two weeks, including user training and...

Scottish Natural Heritage

  • Scottish Natural Heritage - Talking About Our Place

    Countryscape has produced a toolkit on behalf of Scottish Natural Heritage to encourage communities to get involved in the future of their landscape. The toolkit - called 'Talking About Our Place' - is fully self-led and designed to be used by community groups without the involvement...