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Friday, June 7, 2013

The Section 106 Essentials and the Section 106 Advanced Seminar will be offered in Honolulu this July!



Take part in interactive classroom training without traveling long distance! 

Learn from ACHP staff instructors with hands-on experience assisting a wide range of stakeholders resolve conflicts between federal agency plans and historic preservation values.


The Section 106 Essentials covers the fundamentals needed to carry out or participate in a federal historic preservation review. A case study and small group exercises provide opportunities for participants to apply the ACHP's regulations to real-life scenarios. Essentials courses are coming up in Pittsburgh (June 11-12), Honolulu (July 16-17), Washington (Aug. 6-7), Denver (Aug. 28-29), and Indianapolis (Oct. 29-30). 

The Advanced Seminar is a one-day course focused on the effective management of complex or controversial undertakings. Experienced Section 106 users will explore how to address the challenges of seeking consensus and preparing effective agreement documents through class discussion and exercises. Seats are still available in St. Louis (June 25), Honolulu (July 18), Washington (Aug. 27), Palm Springs, CA (Sept. 17), and Indianapolis (Oct. 29).

ACHP Section 106 training also supports continuing education requirements for professional planners and architects. We are pleased to be a Certification Maintenance Provider for APA/AICP for the Section 106  Essentials (12 CM ) and the Section 106 Advanced Seminar (6 CM ). The ACHP is registered with AIA/CES for the Essentials (12 LUs).   
Visit www.achp.gov/106 for registration details and pricing.  

Please contact Cindy Bienvenue at cbienvenue@achp.gov if you have any questions. 

  


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