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THE SECTION 106 BASICS

2018 Section 106 Basics Schedule
Registration Forms
General Information (accessibility, costs, cancellations, faculty, contact)

Course Outline

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Course Description

An in-depth look at federal historic preservation review responsibilities under the National Historic Preservation Act.

imageThe Section 106 Basics is a one-day overview course for early-career cultural resources practitioners as well as managers/decision makers from federal agencies, SHPOs, THPOs, Tribes/NHOs, applicants, and others. Through small group exercises and knowledge checks, a participant will apply the four-step Section 106 review process to example undertakings from your own experience, practice identifying consulting parties and planning to involve the public, describe an Area of Potential Effect, identify strategies to avoid adverse effects, and practice documenting a mitigation commitment in a sample agreement stipulation.

What will you learn in The Section 106 Basics?

  • Define common terms in Section 106 reviews
  • Apply the four-step Section 106 review process to example federal undertakings from your own experience
  • Practice identifying consulting parties and planning to involve the public
  • Identify strategies to avoid adverse effects
  • Practice documenting a mitigation commitment in a sample agreement stipulation

AICP CM Information AICP CM logo

The ACHP is pleased to be a Certification Maintenance (CM) Provider for the American Planning Association/American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). The Section 106 Basics course has been approved for 6 certification maintenance (CM) credits for planners maintaining their American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) credentials. A sign in sheet will be available at the registration table when you arrive at the course.

Who should attend?

The Section 106 Basics It is well-suited to early-career cultural resources practitioners as well as managers/decision makers from federal agencies, applicants, and local government who may participate in Section 106 reviews for federal undertakings that may affect historic properties listed in or eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.

2018 course locations and dates

Course size is limited to promote an active discussion, so we encourage you to register early. Click a course location for more detailed information.

Register and pay online!

Please review the cancellation policy prior to registering.

Dates

Location

Registration Forms

May 15 Providence, RI
Hotel Providence
Single Registration (Credit card only)
Single Registration Form (Check and SF-182)
June 19 Washington, DC
National Building Museum
Single Registration (Credit card only)
Single Registration Form (Check and SF-182)
September 11 St. Paul, MN
Hyatt Place Downtown
Single Registration (Credit card only)
Single Registration Form (Check and SF-182)
October 10 Washington, DC
National Building Museum
Single Registration (Credit card only)
Single Registration Form (Check and SF-182)
October 18 Salt Lake City, UT
Radisson Hotel
Single Registration (Credit card only)
Single Registration Form (Check and SF-182)
November 14 San Francisco, CA
NTHP
Single Registration (Credit card only)
Single Registration Form (Check and SF-182)

Faculty

All courses are taught by senior ACHP staff who have significant practical experience managing Section 106 cases and developing program improvements.

Cost

Payment can be made by credit card or check. Federal employees may submit an SF 182 in lieu of a credit card.

  • Registration  = $425.00 (includes light breakfast and afternoon snack).

Cancellations

Registrants who cancel at least 14 days prior to the start of the course will receive a full refund minus a 15% processing fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made fewer than 14 days before the start of the course; however, substitutions may be made at no cost up until three days before the course begins. All cancellations must be made in writing.

Accessibility

The ACHP schedules all courses in facilities that meet federal accessibility requirements. Students with special accessibility needs should contact training@achp.gov or 202-517-0202.

Questions?

For registration, hotel/travel information, group discounts and other frequently asked questions, contact training@achp.gov or call 202-517-0202.

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