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AICP CM Opportunities

Below is a list of current AICP CM events which may also be found on our Calendar page. Other CM resources are available on our Lending Library page.

Law & Ethic Distance Education Webcasts

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The following are distance education webcast recordings available for viewing during the 2016 calendar year: Housing for People with Disabilities: A Civil Rights Lens – 1.5 CM LAW Credits (#e.9008313) To locate this event for CM credit, click here or search by the provider, APA Urban Design & Preservation Division Ethics of Private Practice Consulting   

Map It Out: An Introductory Guide to Open Source Mapping

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Map It Out: An Introductory Guide to Open Source Mapping Have you ever wanted to learn a new way to produce maps for reports or the web? This class offers an introduction to Quantum GIS, CartoDB and Geoda, three open source mapping platforms. Feel free to bring your laptop and join us! The Pennsylvania Chapter   

Statewide Training: Public Health (Upper St. Clair)|3CM

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PA Chapter of the American Planning Association and the PA Local Government Training Partnership presents: Aligning Planning, Policy and Practice to Foster Public Health will address an emerging and critical issue in planning – how the built environment and planning processes can work to improve public health. The session will highlight efforts to plan for   

Southeast Section Event: High Cost of Free Parking|2CM

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The High Cost of Free Parking May 5, 2016, 8:30-11:00AMPhiladelphia, PARegister Now>> The Event will focus on a keynote from Donald Shoup, FAICP who will discuss concepts related to parking. This is followed by a panel of local respondents who will discuss elements of Dr. Shoup’s parking ideology and how it relates to the Philadelphia   

Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Annual Dinner Keynote Speech|1CM

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Mariia Zimmerman is delivering the keynote speech at the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission’s 2016 Annual Dinner. In her presentation, she will detail her 20 years of policy and planning experience with the federal government, the national Center for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), and on Capitol Hill. She’s expected to address the importance of collaborative efforts to   

Statewide Training: Public Health (Hermitage)|3CM

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PA Chapter of the American Planning Association and the PA Local Government Training Partnership presents: Aligning Planning, Policy and Practice to Foster Public Health will address an emerging and critical issue in planning – how the built environment and planning processes can work to improve public health. The session will highlight efforts to plan for   

Planning Webcast Series: What I Wish I Knew

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May 6 – Private Practice Division – What I Wish I Knew Is it true that private sector planners earn more? Is it true that public sector planners have a greater degree of job security? Are you thinking of transitioning to “the other side” after working in the public sector for many years? Or are   

Translating the Plan into Implementation

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Translating the Plan into Implementation Where: Montgomery County Planning Commission, One Montgomery Plaza, Suite 201, 425 Swede Street, Norristown, PA 19401 When: Wednesday, May 11, 2016, 3:45 PM — 5:30 PM How can zoning help put plans into action? What other kinds of implementation can smooth the way? Close collaboration? Rigorous regulations? Any way you   

Central Section Event: Guideposts for Decision Making

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This Guideposts for Decision Making: Land Use Law & Ethics workshop will demonstrate the dynamics associated with both law and ethics in the planning arena and is sure to benefit you in many ways. During the Land Use Law session, attendees will learn about recent amendments to the PA Municipalities Planning Code, PA Uniform Planned   

Penn State Extension: Form-based Zoning

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Penn State Extension provides research-based practical education you can trust. We help people, businesses, and communities solve problems, develop skills, and build a better future. http://extension.psu.edu/. Form-based Zoning: Not your Grandfather’s Approach How do small towns transform their thinking about zoning and land use controls while influencing other communities to do the same? Engaging the   

Classic Towns Trolley Tour of Delaware County

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Classic Towns Trolley Tour of Delaware County Friday, May 20, 2016 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM Join Media Borough, Lansdowne Borough, and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) for a trolley tour of the Classic Towns of Delaware County–Media and Lansdowne. The event will last from 8:30 am to 4:00pm and includes breakfast and   

Planning Webcast Series: Forging Neighborhoods for All Generations

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May 20 – Private Practice Division – Forging Neighborhoods for all Generations A powerful new reality and a profound demographic transformation is an aging America. That baby boomers are swelling the ranks of older Americans is well-documented. This profound demographic transition is challenging communities struggling to maintain the status quo, and, is overwhelming to government   

Statewide Training: Public Health (Stroudsburg)|3CM

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PA Chapter of the American Planning Association and the PA Local Government Training Partnership presents: Aligning Planning, Policy and Practice to Foster Public Health will address an emerging and critical issue in planning – how the built environment and planning processes can work to improve public health. The session will highlight efforts to plan for   

Planning Webcast Series: Be Project Ready

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June 3 – County Planning Division – Be Project Ready: Go from Opportunistic to Strategic Green Infrastructure With limited budgets, communities must prioritize options for addressing flood hazards and the costs of those options. Coastal green infrastructure is a strategy for reducing impacts from storm surge, sea level rise, and precipitation and includes approaches across   

Planning Webcast Series: Airport Land Use and Noise Compatibility

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June 10 – Virginia Chapter – Airport Land Use and Noise Compatibility This session will address land use compatibility around the airport in your community, and will touch on the following topics: (1) Land Use – How to plan for land use around airports/how to measure incompatibility; Compatible land uses that can spur economic development;   

Planning Webcast Series: Where We Want to Live

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June 17 – Transportation Planning Division – Where We Want to Live Ryan Gravel, author of the original thesis for the Atlanta Beltline, will discuss the topics of his new book, “Where We Want to Live – Reclaiming Infrastructure for a New Generation of Cities.” This fresh take on the future of cities investigates the   

Planning Law Review 2016

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Planning Law Review 2016 When: DVRPC – Main Conference Room, 190 North Independence Mall West, 8th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19106 Where:Wednesday, June 29, 2016, 3:45 PM — 5:30 PM As the U.S. Supreme Court concludes its session, APA convenes planning attorneys to discuss the most important decisions of the year. In addition to the Supreme   

Planning Webcast Series: Smart Growth and FAST Act Bill (Part I)

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August 19 – Transportation Planning Division – Smart Growth and FAST Act Bill (Part I) Joe McAndrew is T4America’s Policy Director, bringing comprehensive local, state and federal policy and advocacy experience to this position. He directs all legislative, policy, regulation, and related matters for T4America’s national alliance, and manages relations with elected and government officials