Delaware's local governments are increasingly being asked to focus much of their attention on growth and development. Local governments must often make difficult decisions that can have long-lasting impacts on the community's character, economy, and quality. The Delaware Planning Education Program is a certificate program which can be earned by completing at least five planning-related courses from IPA's annual local government training series within a three-year period.
What is the Certificate for Planning Education?
The program format includes regularly scheduled
training with a group of core courses (PLN 101, PLN 102, and PLN 103)
offered every year and a menu of "electives" that vary every year.
training topics include:
- What is a comprehensive plan and why it is important?
- What are the roles and responsibilities of those involved in the planning process?
- What are the tools available to local governments to deal with land use and growth issues?
Customary registration fees are $50 for participation in most of the individual education and training sessions.
View upcoming training programs on our events page.
For more information about the Certificate for Planning Education, contact Sean O'Neill or Martin Wollaston.