ACHP: Section 106 Webinars

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

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The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) recognizes that many of our partners working remotely are better positioned to engage in remote learning and is therefore pleased to remind you that we offer a variety of distance learning opportunities that may meet your needs.

The ACHP has seven courses available for FREE on the eLearning portal and has just added a 60-minute course, “What Now? Protecting Historic Properties in Disaster Recovery.” It also recently posted an overview of Section 106 highlighting opportunities for Native Hawaiians and Native Hawaiian Organizations to participate in the process. Go to https://www.achp.gov/training/elearning to learn how to access the eLearning courses. Or, if you’ve already created an account, go directly to https://achp.golearnportal.org/ to begin learning today!

In May 2020, we’re offering a FREE Stay-at-Home Webinar Series of four webinars to introduce decision makers, project managers, consulting parties, and others with limited experience to the principle requirements of Section 106 review. The schedule for the series is as follows:

May 7 – 3 pm Eastern time – What is Section 106? A blended learning Q&A

May 14 – 3 pm Eastern time – Defining the Area of Potential Effect

May 21 – 3 pm Eastern time – e106 and Section 106 Documentation

May 28 – 3 pm Eastern time – Planning for Successful Section 106 Agreements

Find out more and register for one or all four of the webinars at https://www.achp.gov/training/webinars.

The ACHP is always working to improve its Section 106 training offerings. If you have any questions or suggestions, please send an email to training@achp.gov. We look forward to you taking advantage of these opportunities.

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