Audio/web conferences bring top-quality training right to your desk or conference room.

Audio/Web Conference, Lecture, and Webcast Series

Ninety-minute audio/web conferences. One-hour lectures. Extended webcasts from APA's National Planning Conference. Whatever your schedule, budget, and learning style, APA has a program that's right for you.

Audio/Web Conferences

In each program a panel of experts offers insights, assessments, and case studies about current issues facing communities across the country. Designed for professional planners and seasoned officials, this series covers topics in depth. Pay one registration fee and invite an unlimited number of people to view the program at your location. Listen to the experts, ask questions, and read background and reference materials on a special program website.

Cosponsor: American Institute of Certified Planners

Post-Disaster Recovery in a Changing Climate

September 24, 2014; 4–5:30 ET; CM |1.5

Health Equity and Planning Ethics

November 5, 2014; 4–5:30 ET; CM |1.5 Ethics

Safe Mobility Planning

January 21, 2015; 4–5:30 ET; CM |1.5

The Planning Office of the Future

June 3, 2015; 4–5:30 ET; CM |1.5

2015 Planning Law Review

June 24, 2015; 4–5:30 ET; CM |1.5 Law

Audio/Web Conferences for
Planning Commissioners

Gain multiple perspectives on key planning issues and hear from experts across the country. These programs are designed for planning commissioners; some are also appropriate for planners. This series covers topics in depth. Pay one registration fee and invite an unlimited number of people to view the program at your location. Listen to experts, ask questions, and read background and reference materials on a special program website.

Cosponsor: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Sustaining Places Through the Comprehensive Plan

February 18, 2015; 4–5:30 ET; CM |1.5

Planning Commissioner Ethics

April 20, 2015 (Monday); 7:15–8:45 p.m. ET
Live webcast from APA's National Planning Conference!

Lectures

These one-hour lectures delve deeply into a single topic. They're ideal for brushing up on technical concepts or exploring new ideas. A seasoned expert delivers each presentation. Registrants may e-mail questions to the lecturer for a week after the live event. A program website includes copies of the PowerPoint slides, reading materials, and notes.

Cosponsor: American Institute of Certified Planners

'You Said That?!'

October 8, 2014; 4–5 ET; CM | 1.0

The Pro Forma

December 3, 2014; 4–5 ET; CM | 1.0

Urban Design, Sustainability, and the Environment

March 11, 2015; 4–5 ET; CM | 1.0

Big Chance Lecture

May 13, 2015; 4–5 ET; CM | 1.0

Registration Packages

APA audio/web conferences, lectures, and webcasts are a great way to stretch your training dollars. For the biggest savings, register for the full series. Or pick the package that targets your needs.

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Training Designed for You

APA's program schedule makes training regular and predictable. For more flexibility, add recordings you can access up to a year after the live program. Live or recorded, APA training is cost-effective and convenient.

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Register online and save $40.
Buy bundles and save up to $110.
Take the whole series and save $140.
Order by September 11 and save up to $210.

Certification Maintenance

For AICP members, APA's audio/web conferences, lectures, and webcasts are a convenient, cost-efficient way to meet Certification Maintenance (CM) requirements.

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Webcasts

Stay current with programs streaming live from APA's National Planning Conference in Seattle.

Seasoned experts will deliver the webcasts straight from the session room to your computer. Listen to the experts, ask questions, and read background and reference materials on the special program website.

Cosponsor: American Institute of Certified Planners

Negotiation Skills for Planners

April 18, 2015; 11 a.m.–6 p.m. ET; CM | 6.0

Planning and Climate Change Symposium

April 19, 2015; 1:45-3 p.m. and 4–9:45 p.m. ET; CM | 6.25

Assessing Existing Conditions With Census Data

April 20, 2015; Noon-2:45 p.m. ET; CM | 2.75

Planning Commissioner Ethics

April 20, 2015; 7:15–8:45 p.m. ET