APA Brings Advanced Planning Workshops to Three Cities

http://www.planning.org/pts/

FALL PTS WORKSHOPS

The PTS schedule includes:
"Planning Flood-Resilient Communities"
October 10, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Kansas City
http://www.planning.org/pts/oneday/

"Writing and Updating the Zoning Ordinance"
November 7, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Denver
http://www.planning.org/pts/oneday/2012/nov07.htm

"Urban Design for Planners"
November 14, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Chicago
http://www.planning.org/pts/oneday/2012/nov14.htm

ABOUT PTS WORKSHOPS
PTS workshops offer mid- and senior-level professionals hands-on training by top planning experts. Instruction covers current research and best practices in urban, suburban, and rural contexts. Participants share experiences with other planners, expand their professional network, and come away with tools they can put to work in their communities. Members of the American Institute of Certified Planners can earn 7 certification maintenance credits at each workshop.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration closes a week before each workshop date. Fees are $295 for APA and AICP members, $360 for nonmembers, and $75 for students. When one person from an organization registers, colleagues can sign up for $100 each.

TO LEARN MORE

See the 2012–13 PTS workshop schedule at http://www.planning.org/pts/calendar.htm.
Questions? E-mail confregistration@planning.org.

ABOUT THE AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION

The American Planning Association is a nonprofit education and membership organization that brings together practicing planners, citizens, and elected officials committed to making great communities happen.

http://www.planning.org

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