Introduction to Cultural Resources Management Laws & Regulations
|Offering No.||CDP||CIN||N74 ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING COURSES||Start Date||End Date||Location|
|21020||3358||A-4A-0070||Intro to Cultural Resources Management Laws & Regulations||26-Apr-21||29-Apr-21||WEBINAR (1000-1500 EST)|
This course, Basic Historic Preservation Law & Section 106 Compliance, provides an integrated overview of all pertinent laws and regulations needed to understand and fulfill cultural resource management responsibilities. This is the first in a series of Cultural Resource courses designed to provide cultural resource tools for Cultural Resources Managers (CRMs), their staffs, and personnel having a direct or indirect impact on cultural resources in support of DOD, Military Service, and Installation's mission. A half-day tour of an historic site helps facilitate the awareness of DOD and the Coast Guard's histories .
This is a 3-day course, 0800-1700 Hrs every day (Do Not Plan to Leave Early).
The course is recognized by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) and is approved by the Interservice Environmental Education Review Board (ISEERB). Sponsor for this course is the Navy Federal Preservation Officer. There are no tuition costs for this course.
It is recommended that this course be taken by: Primary duty(Cultural Resource Managers, Environmental lawyers (or lawyers in that capacity), and Environmental staffs.); collateral duty personnel responsible for cultural resources management and compliance with federal laws and DOD policy; and personnel who are non-cultural resources specialists (Civil Works managers(US Army Corps of Engineers), facility planners; range planner, etc., having a direct or indirect impact on cultural resources during the performance of their duties.
This course is specifically required for Navy personnel positions listed under the Cultural Resources Compliance and Management of OPNAVINST 5090.1 (series) and OPNAV M-5090.1 (series).