CAMP Training (Historic Preservation Commission Assistance & Mentoring Program)

One Day CAMP

  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION: One Day CAMP features three nationally recognized experts and focuses on preservation commission fundamentals that every commission member should understand. The customized curriculum includes Legal Issues, Standards and Guidelines, and two additional topics from the CAMP Menu (Procedures, Public Support, Hands On Design Exercise, Local Planning Issues, Identifying and Designating Resources).
  • LENGTH: One day
  • FORMAT: PowerPoints with plenty of time for interaction with participants
  • COST: $2,500 + speaker expenses + $55/participant
  • PRESENTED BY: The National Alliance of Preservation Commissions (NAPC)
  • CONTACT PHONE: Paul Trudeau, (706) 369-5881 (NAPC); in Arizona, Marty McCune (520) 437-5355
  • CONTACT EMAIL: Paul ptrudeau@uga.edu; Marty triplem8@cox.net
  • WEBSITE: http://www.uga.edu/napc/programs/napc/camp.htm
  • OTHER INFORMATION: CAMP brochure

Day and a Half CAMP

  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The customized Day and a Half CAMP curriculum includes preservation commission fundamentals and builds upon them to explore more topics in greater detail. Four nationally recognized experts explore Legal Issues, Standards and Guidelines, and four additional topics from the CAMP Menu (i.e., Procedures, Public Support, Hands On Design Exercise, Local Planning Issues, Identifying and Designating Resources).
  • LENGTH: One and one half days
  • FORMAT: PowerPoints with plenty of time for interaction with participants
  • COST: $3,500 + speaker expenses + $55/participant
  • PRESENTED BY: The National Alliance of Preservation Commissions (NAPC)
  • CONTACT PHONE: Paul Trudeau, (706) 369-5881 (NAPC); in Arizona, Marty McCune (520) 437-5355
  • CONTACT EMAIL: Paul ptrudeau@uga.edu; Marty triplem8@cox.net
  • WEBSITE: http://www.uga.edu/napc/programs/napc/camp.htm
  • OTHER INFORMATION: CAMP brochure

CAMP topics can be tweaked to address issues of interest to local commissioners. Legal issues are always addressed using actual state laws and requirements well as addressing federal preservation requirements.