NPI Launches Online Training

The NPI Board of Directors and staff are excited to announce the launch of our first online training courses and our return to providing continuing education and professional training in historic preservation and cultural resource management. In response to COVID-19, this initiative complements our in-person seminar curriculum. Seminars will make a come back once its safe to do so!

Courses are offered in an on-demand, eLearning format and can be accessed at any timeunless specifically listed as a webinar with scheduled dates. On-demand courses are accessible for up to one year from the date of registration.

We invite you to explore our new offerings: 

• Sample a FREE training module.

• Register for individual modules or take advantage of discounted "bundle" pricing for a series. 

• As always, scholarships may be available—click here for more information.

Our first group of trainings are focused on GIS and include two series on ArcGIS for Cultural Resources: An Introduction and Advanced Techniques. A separate module covers The Importance of Mapping Cultural Resources. In a few weeks we'll roll out the next round of modules on Corridor Development, Cultural Landscapes, Historic Windows, New Sources of Funding, Native America, Section 106, and Streetscapes. Check back again soon by clicking here to preview forthcoming training.


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New Online Training Highlights GIS

Two series on ArcGIS for Cultural Resources

NPI's first group of on-demand, eLearning trainings are focused on GIS and include two series: 

• ArcGIS for Cultural Resources: An Introduction series

• ArcGIS for Cultural Resources: Advanced Techniques series

Plus one standalone, free course:

• The Importance of Mapping Cultural Resources

All these offerings are taught by Deidre McCarthy, GISP, Chief, Cultural Resources Geographic Information Systems (CRGIS) Facility, National Park Service and Chair, Cultural Resources Subcommittee, Federal Geographic Data Committee.

GIS Courses & Course SERIES

Check back as more courses are being released each week