Section 106 Agreements Training

This new interactive course will be developed from start to finish through the draft section 106 agreement. Tailor-made courses: ACHP employees develop digital training in the classroom, ranging from 4 to 8 hours depending on the individual needs of a company. Due to the COVID-19 emergency, ACHP does not impose new obligations for in-person teaching in 2020. On request, we can also develop webinars or e-learning products. Content, exercises, reference materials and disposal methods can be designed to achieve certain of the organization`s objectives to improve federal audit and compliance programs. Review of experienced practitioners in Section 106 and/or Veterans of an introductory seminar who need help developing agreements. Email us to asking for our assistance to meet your training needs and objectives in Section 106. The ACHP proposes two approaches to meet the training needs of the federal state, the federal states, local authorities and other organizations: for registration and other questions, e-mail or phone 202-517-0205. The CHPA does not offer group discounts. If your agency or organization has 20 or more people interested in this course, email or call 202-517-0205 to request and request a special offer.

For more information on all aspects of Exacom training services or for an informal debate on your individual needs, please contact us via the online form or on 0208 1234 253 You have the opportunity to discuss the different design approaches and you are challenged to think about any preconceived ideas of what is an appropriate way to implement a valid and enforceable agreement in accordance with section 106. Students with specific accessibility needs should email or call 202-517-0205. Personalised advice and personalized training can also be offered on CIL and S106 to public and private sector organizations. The Tailored Training option offers absolute flexibility, allowing you to tailor your support package to your own needs, preferences and budget. Our section 106 training approach includes case studies and exercises that allow participants to apply regulatory information to real-world scenarios. All training courses are accompanied by a manual and CD with additional examples, guides and reference documents. This advanced seminar focuses on the programmatic agreements and agreements provided for by Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Find out how to survive and thrive during the agreement process through careful analysis, a clear letter and good negotiations.