ACHP Section 106 Training Webinars
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) Office of Federal Agency Programs is pleased to announce that registration has opened for our Spring 2018 Section 106 Webinar Series. Four topics will be presented: “Defining the Area of Potential Effects” (Beginner), “Archaeological Sites and Section 106: A Discussion on Identification and Evaluation” (Beginner), “Managing Confidential Information and Section 304” (Intermediate), and “Planning for Successful Section 106 Agreements” (Intermediate). The list of course dates, program descriptions, and registration instructions are now available posted at www.achp.gov/sec106webinar.html
ACHP staff instructors lead these hour-long learning experiences. A small group format of 25 participants allows for student interaction with colleagues and the instructor. Beginner level programs include basic Section 106 context for the discussion. Intermediate programs assume familiarity with the Section 106 review process and the implementing regulations, “Protection of Historic Properties” (36 CFR Part 800).
Spaces remain in 2018 offerings of the ACHP's popular classroom courses for those seeking more comprehensive Section 106 training. Course details and the full season calendar are available at www.achp.gov/106select.html The ACHP also offers a new suite of online courses designed to provide historic preservation professionals and stakeholders with training in the use of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act to protect historic properties. Course descriptions, fees, and registration instructions can be found at www.achp.gov/elearning.html
Please contact the ACHP's Section 106 training program with any questions at email@example.com.