Continuing Education Credits

We are pleased to offer HSW credit hours for licensed and registered architects through the Preservation League of New York State, a certified sponsor through the New York State Education Department. For frequently asked questions about these type of credits, please visit the website for the New York State Office of the Professions here: http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/arch/archce.htm

A total of 7.25 HSW credit hours are available for the breakout sessions on Friday, April 27th and Saturday, April 28th. Certificates of completion will be issued after the conference by the Preservation League of New York State.


AICP members can earn Certi­fication Maintenance (CM) credits for many Conference sessions. When CM credits are available, they are noted at the end of an activity description (see below). More information about AICP’s CM program can be found at www.planning.org/cm.

AICP members must be in attendance for the duration of the event in order to receive CM Credit.

  


BREAKDOWN OF AVAILABLE CREDITS for ARCHITECTS and PLANNERS:

Friday, Block 1 (April 27,  9AM-10:15AM)

All equal to 1.25 HSW credit hours (architects)

1A: Restoring the Original Craftsman Home: Saving the Gustav
Stickley House 

1B: Restore the Core of Your Historic Commercial District!

1C: The Cost of Convenience: Navigating the Impacts of Retail Chains in Historic Communities

1D: Yes, Now What? Moving Past the Crisis

Friday, Block 2 (April 27, 10:30AM-11:45AM)

All equal to 1.25 HSW credit hours (architects)

 (No CM credits for Session 2A)

2A: NYS Homeowner Rehabilitation Tax Credit, A Primer (no CM credits)

2B: Brooklyn’s Crown Heights North: A Historic Neighborhood in
the Crosshairs

2C: Through the Lens of the Archaeologist: What the Historic
Preservationist Can Learn

2D: Assessing the Recent Past – Creating a Preservation Plan for
Mid-Century America

Friday, Block 3 (April 27,  1:00PM-2:30PM)

All equal to 1.5 HSW credit hours (architects)

3A: Standing out in the cold with the sign sucks… Learn how to
save buildings by being a small scale real estate developer!

3B: Representation for Women: Preserving New York’s Suffrage
Heritage

3C: Land Banks and Historic Preservation

3D: Preserving and Protecting Anthropology Collections at the New York State Museum

Friday, Block 4 (April 27, 2:45PM-4:00PM)

All equal to 1.25 HSW credit hours (architects)

4A: NYC: When the Country’s Strongest Landmarks Law Isn’t
Strong Enough

4B: Making Places: Beyond the Historic Resource Inventory

4C: Making Grant Plans: Using the EPF Grant Program for Complex Historic Revitalization Projects

4D: Continuity and Change: Main Street’s Slip-covered Buildings

Saturday Field Sessions 

Albany Field Session (48 Hudson) – 1 credit hour (architects)

Troy Downtown Walking Tour – 1 credit hour (architects)

Instructions:

  • Sign in at each qualifying session for which you wish to receive credit.
  • You will be issued a certificate of completion from the Preservation League of New York State via email in the weeks following the conference.
  • For questions about these credits, please contact:

Frances Gubler
Manager of Technical and Grant Programs, Preservation League of New York State
(518) 462-5658 x 10 | fgubler@preservenys.org

 

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