The Section 106 Essentials is an 8-hour course for anyone interested in an overview of the Section 106 review process. The course is particularly helpful for managers/decision makers and early-career cultural resources practitioners from federal agencies, State and Tribal Historic Preservation Offices, Indian tribes, Native Hawaiian Organizations, applicants in the Section 106 process, and others. This course focuses on applying the vocabulary and principles of the Section 106 review process in real-world scenarios. Small group exercises and knowledge checks will also help participants in the course to:
In our digital classroom, we will replicate our interactive classroom experience using Zoomgov (a FedRAMP compliant application), and continue to foster live (and lively) discussion with poll questions and small group exercises. To participate in the class, you will need to use a computer or tablet device with a webcam, speakers, audio, and with the downloaded and installed Zoom 5.0 (or later) app. Please ensure that you will have access to appropriate equipment and the Zoom app prior to registering for the course.
The 8-hour course will be presented in two, four-hour sessions on consecutive days. Day 1 (Tuesday) will begin at 12:30 pm and end by 4:30 pm Eastern time. Day 2 (Wednesday) will also begin at 12:30 pm and end by 4:30 pm Eastern time.
****For NPS Superintendents and Facility Managers, external Section 106 training does not currently meet the criteria for mandatory Section 106 training for your position, as it does not cover the NPS Programmatic Agreement. Please contact your regional Section 106 coordinator to determine which NPS-led Section 106 trainings will fulfill your mandatory training requirement.****