Early Fall Greetings!
This summer, NPI continued with more online training, and we have had some great comments about the sessions:
--The instructor was a fantastic educator! Extremely knowledgeable and just felt like they really wanted us to learn something and get excited about the topic.
--Really enjoyed the course. I work with cultural resource information regularly, but this course provided a lot of information that was new and very informative.
--Great course and delivery of information. Will be taking more. Thanks!
We have been especially excited to see a broader range of participants taking National Preservation Institute online training since the kick-off of this new format. On-demand courses are convenient—participants set the schedule and pace of training during the year they have access to the course—and webinars can save time and funds since no travel is needed. NPI’s training survey results show that participants are interested in both in-person and online formats; certainly, each has its own advantages. As comfort levels increase, NPI plans to resume in-person training in 2023.
Meanwhile, NPI needs your support to expand online learning opportunities!
NPI is one of the few organizations offering high-quality professional training for people working and volunteering in cultural resource management and historic preservation. Unlike many organizations, membership is not required to enroll in our training. NPI courses are open to all, and we try to reach the entire preservation community, including students and citizen advocates at the local level, as well as professionals.
We are committed to developing new courses each year, but to do this we really need your help—both to let us know your needs, and, if you can, to donate so that we can continue to provide these courses.
Donate Now: https://donate.givedirect.org/?cid=13430&n=208132
Posted: September 18, 2022
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