AICP CM Credits Available for 2013 NADO Annual Training Conference

Posted on: September 12th, 2013 by Carrie Kissel

Attendees of the 2013 NADO Annual Training Conference, held August 24 – 27 in San Francisco, can claim AICP Certification Maintenance credits for attending several different planning-related sessions.  A total of 28.75 CM credits were offered this year.

Sessions approved for AICP CM credits include (in the order they occurred in the agenda):

  • CEDS: A Primer, CM 2.5
  • Data: The Cause of and Solution to All of Life’s Problems, CM 2.5
  • Incorporating Disaster Plans into CEDS, CM 1.75
  • Assessing the Value of a Statewide CEDS, CM 2
  • Opening Plenary: Regional Resilience in Action, CM 1.5
  • Federal-Local Partnerships to Implement Place-Based Economic Development, CM 1.75
  • Building Truly Resilient Communities, One Decision at a Time, CM 1.75
  • Federal Resources for Disaster Recovery and Resilience, CM 1.5
  • Conversation Café: Emerging Issues in Planning, CM 1.5
  • Mobile Workshop: Building Resilient Neighborhoods: The Diamond Heights Neighborhood, CM 2
  • Mobile Workshop: Bringing New Life to Mission Bay: A City’s Effort to Restore a Once Vibrant Community, CM 2
  • Making Jobs Accessible: Transit and Workforce, CM 1.25
  • Building Enduring Partnerships, CM 1.25
  • WealthWorks 101, CM 1
  • Building Back Better: Communities Come to Life After Disasters, CM 1
  • Conversation Café: Riding the Rollercoaster of Boom and Bust Economies, CM 1
  • Case Studies in Downtown Redevelopment, CM 1
  • Conversation Café: Emerging Trends in GIS, CM 1

Presentation materials from these and other sessions have been archived on the conference website.  Recognizing the importance of continuing education to its membership and the field of planning, NADO has registered as an AICP CM provider since the program began in 2007 and has offered credits at 36 low-cost or free training conferences or webinars on different planning and economic development topics to our members, friends, and stakeholders who are AICP members.

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