Planners Training Service workshops bring the latest from leaders in planning research, consulting, and practice. This November PTS goes to Washington with three new workshops on current topics in planning.

Advanced Training for Practicing Planners

Planners Training Service Two-Day Workshops

Washington, D.C. • November 10–15, 2014

Community Food Systems Planning

November 10–11

Transportation Innovations in Biking and Parking

November 12–13

Suburban Redevelopment

November 14–15

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Register online by October 31

Location

American Planning Association
1030 15th St., NW
Suite 750 West
Washington, DC 20005-1503

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Key Dates

Early registration closes October 10
Online registration ends October 31
Cancellation deadline October 31
Workshop dates November 10–15

About PTS

Designed for mid- and senior-level professionals, PTS workshops delve into essential planning issues with lectures, case studies, group discussions, and hands-on learning. You'll gain proven tools and techniques for your community while you build your professional network.

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CM Credits

AICP members can earn CM | 14 credits for each two-day workshop. At the November workshops, AICP members can earn up to CM | 42 credits in six days. Some PTS workshops meet CM's law requirement.

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Expert Faculty

PTS faculty bring a 360-degree view of their subjects, from current research to best practices in urban, suburban, and rural contexts. You'll have an unparalleled opportunity for hours of instruction by some of the leading experts in planning.

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Past Participants Say ...

"Best training session I have ever attended"
"Presenters had great energy"
"Professionalism and passion"
"Loved the interactive activities"
"Practical approaches I had not considered"
"Relevant to public sector and private sector"
"Thanks for bringing this great program"