PublicDecisions Announces Online Training Schedule for May and June 2008
PublicDecisions, the worldwide leader in online training for public participation, announces its schedule of upcoming classes for May and June. Twelve classes in all are offered, several with Certification Maintenance credits from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) authorized or pending.
It's now easier to find the PublicDecisions classes that are right for you. View our schedule of May and June classes by date and by class level at http://www.publicdecisions.com/class_schedule.html.
PublicDecisions classes may also qualify for Continuing Professional Development or Continuous Professional Learning credits under the self-certification programs authorized by professional organizations such as the American Academy of Environmental Engineers, the Canadian Institute of Planners, Engineers Australia, the Planning Institute of Australia, and the Royal Town Planning Institute, among others. Contact your respective membership organization for additional details about the self-certification process.
New classes include Working with Native American Communities and a special PublicForum class, Graphic Design for Enlightening Communication
Held periodically, PublicForums are a new PublicDecisions offering that will feature guest speakers on specialized or newsworthy topics related to public participation, and at reduced registration rates.
See our class schedule at http://www.publicdecisions.com/class_schedule.html.and click on individual classes for more information or to register.
Early registration is encouraged for PublicDecisions classes, as regular classes are limited to 29 students. We accept credit cards, debit cards, and purchase orders. Paid members of the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD) receive a 20% discount on regular classes. Contact Paul Coelus at [email protected] for details.
Related Link: http://www.publicdecisions.com/class_schedule.html
For more information contact:
PO Box 16472, 1707 Osage Street, Suite 201
Posted May 1, 2008
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