Virtual Training Opportunities & Additional Virtual Resources
Virtual Training Opportunities 2022
CLG training requirements for FY2021-FY2022:
Staff and at least two commission members will need to
view a minimum of three sessions each and
submit a brief synopsis of each session to Kristi.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sessions must be viewed by September 30th. Summaries are due by November 1st.
Please include your name, commission name, and the session title in your email.
Resilience & Disaster Planning CAMP
June 2ndand June 16th – CAMP will take place over the course of two mornings. (Must be registered to participate.)
HPO YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0D3Ny2CaPzmP4GfScj_X80_l3NYk0Nba
Unviewed videos from HPO’s Summer 2020 Series and Summer 2021 can be viewed for this year’s requirements.
HPO Summer 2021 CLG Training Series
*Those preceded by * can also receive AICP credits
*HPO Summer 2021 Training #1 -Prepare Now for Future Weather Events
*HPO Summer 2021 Training #2 – Preserving Historic Cemeteries
*HPO Summer 2021 Training #3 – Sustainability for Historic Buildings
NC African American Heritage Commission
African American Cemetery Preservation: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1yEliOigwY4wCmYNaACWNYrrRswVkTpom?usp=sharing
Preserving Historic African American Properties in NC: https://www.zoomgov.com/rec/share/FTyhz2yevUOOm_dSr5ZBOEaF5nEOtXpdi4NQTAWiAX8gX6mDrSSuszjcQz26h85.Atl38BNcfUa_EsHx?startTime=1655397651000
Preserving African American Historic Properties Through Local Designation:
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To view go to https://www.leveragenc.org/webinar-archives
Building Block Video Series:
Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits by Brett Sturm
The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation by Jennifer Cathey
The National Register of Historic Places by Sarah Woodard David
Tutorial of the State Historic Preservation Office’s GIS by Andrew Edmonds
Making Historic Bldgs. More Resilient to Hurricane & Flood Events by Jeff Adolphsen
Affordable Housing & the Intersection with Downtown by Donovan Rypkema
National Alliance of Preservation Commissions –
Most require membership to NAPC.
October 7, 2021 – Reading the Design: Interpreting Architectural Plan and Elevation Drawings
November 17, 2021 – Social Media Strategies for Historic Preservation Commissions
December 9, 2021 – From Mansards to McMansions: Styles of the Recent Past
January 20, 2022 – Advocacy and Grassroots Preservation: Fighting the Good Fight
March 24, 2022 – No Such Thing as Open-and-shut: Lessons Learned from Thirty years of Defending Preservation in Nashville, TN. (*Available to general public - $10 fee)
May 2, 2022 – Preservation Justice: Making Your Local Government Preservation Program More Equitable
July 13- July 17 – NAPC Forum 2022: Bridging the Divide (*Not virtual – will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio)
National Park Service and Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
These require pre-registration and are not recorded for later viewing.
October 14, 2021– Traditional Metal Roofing and Flashing Systems: Assessment, Design, and Repair
August 2, 2022 – Performance-Based Alternative to Standard Fire Resistance Design
Preservation North Carolina
October 21 – 22, 2021 - Preservation NC Conference
National Trust for Historic Preservation
October 21, 2021 - Past Forward Federal Advocacy Agenda
November 2, 2021 – November 5, 2021 - PastForward Virtual Conference
April 12, 2022 – Calculating Carbon Savings from Building Reuse and Retrofit webinar
June 14, 2022 – How to Incorporate Preservation Training into Your Construction Project
June 28, 2022 – Summer Federal Advocacy Update
August 4, 2022 – Preserving the Places Where Women Made Art
February 11, 2022 – Terra Cotta: Understanding and Rehabilitation Historic Facades by Simpson Gumpertz & Heger (SGH)
**********Additional Virtual Webinars **********
These may be of interest, but cannot be used to meet CLG Training requirements
NC African American Heritage Commission – A variety of videos and webinars created to preserve, protect, and promote North Carolina’s African American history, art, and culture, for all people.
Submerged NC Webinar Series https://monitor.noaa.gov/gallery/webinar-archive.html
Submerged NC webinars are part of the National Marine Sanctuaries webinar series and is brought to you by NOAA's Monitor National Marine Sanctuary and the North Carolina Office of State Archaeology
LeverageNC - www.LeverageNC.org
Several additional (not mentioned above) videos can be found in the archives on LeverageNC’s webpage.
NC Archives: Tutorials on the Basics of Archives Management and Digitization - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2w9jUBdiGKsXPRatwH_4alFIRhuBxvy3