David Rowe presents vocational courses throughout Victoria offered by the Department of Planning and Community Development through PLANET (Planning Network) and its professional development program. The particular courses offered are:
- Recognising Architectural Styles. This day long program informs planners and others of the various architectural styles that characterise 19th and 20th century domestic architecture in Victoria. The program includes a walking tour in Melbourne where the various styles are identified.
- Facilitating Environmentally Sustainable Development & Heritage. This half day program outlines the issues relating to heritage significance and sustainability, through a presentation of the basic principles, as well as case studies of sustainable design measures to heritage buildings.
For further details on the PLANET program go to:
David also provides annual lectures on heritage planning to La Trobe University (Bendigo campus). He is also a visiting lecturer and specialist supervisor to Master of Architecture students at Deakin University, giving his expertise to heritage and sustainability subjects.