AICP CM Credits Available for NADO Annual Training Conference

Posted on: December 2nd, 2015 by Carrie Kissel

Attendees at the 2015 NADO Annual Training Conference, held October 24 – 27 in New Orleans, who are certified through the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) can now log Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for attending many of the sessions.  A total of 31.25 AICP CM credits were offered for best practice sessions, plenary sessions, mobile workshops, and learning labs that touched on a variety of planning-related topics during the conference.  The CM approved sessions include:

  • Mobile Workshop: Lower Ninth Ward Water Management “Walk & Learn” – CM 2.5
  • Maximizing Your CEDS: Aligning Your CEDS Process with Other Planning Initiatives – CM 2
  • Learning Lab/Mobile Workshop: From Eyesores to Eye Candy: Introduction to Brownfields – CM 6
  • Strengthening Your SWOT and Building Wealth – CM 2
  • Making Data Work for You and Your Communities – CM 2
  • Regional Renaissance in Action: Re-building, Re-branding, Re-energizing the Gulf Coast – CM 1.5
  • Mobile Workshop: Back from the Brink: A Tour of the Broadmoor Neighborhood – CM 2
  • A Win-Win-Win: Collaborating Across Jurisdictional Boundaries – CM 1.75
  • Brownfields: A Development Game Changer – CM 2
  • The RDO’s Role in Cultivating Healthy Communities – CM 1.5
  • Changing Faces, Changing Places: Demographic Shifts in Small Town and Rural America – CM 1
  • Mobile Workshop: Port of New Orleans: The World’s Busiest Waterway – CM 1
  • Weathering Economic Downturns: The Importance of Diversifying Your Region’s Economy – CM 1.5
  • Conversation Café: Disaster Preparedness and Recovery – CM 1.5
  • Making Main Street Work: Case Studies in Downtown Redevelopment – CM 1.5
  • Transportation Safety: Moving the Nation Toward Zero Deaths – CM 1.5

To add the events to AICP members’ CM log, visit the CM conference activity page (https://conference NULL.planning NULL.org/events/eventmulti/9002577/).  For more information on the conference or to view presentation materials, click here.

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