Historic Preservation Commission Training
ABOUT THE TRAINING
The Historic Preservation Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and the Georgia Alliance of Preservation Commissions will offer a two-day educational training for HPC members, staff, local government officials, and preservationists. The training will begin on Friday morning and conclude early Saturday afternoon. Registration is limited to 75 attendees and opens Monday July 11, 2016.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND OUR HPC TRAINING?
Historic Preservation Commission Members and Staff
Local, Regional, and State Government Officials
City and County Attorneys
Historic Preservation Architects
Historical Society Members and Staff
Local, Regional, and State Planners
Historic Preservation Professionals and Students
HPC members who serve on commissions in Certified Local Government (CLG) communities are required to attend training every three years.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND OUR HPC TRAINING?
Interesting Sessions on Design Guidelines, Preservation Law, and Local Case Studies
Collaboration and Networking with Preservation Professionals Statewide
Opportunities for Exploring Historic Columbus
For more information about the CLG program training requirements and events, please see the HPD website at www.georgiashpo.org