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The Institute for Public Administration's Certificate for Planning Education is an opportunity for local government officials and leaders to navigate important issues surrounding community planning.
For 20 years the Institute for Public Administration has partnered with the Office of State Planning Coordination and the Delaware Chapter of the American Planning Association to offer training courses that are specifically targeted toward ensuring that local government officials are well versed in planning and zoning issues both to meet their own needs and to meet state requirements. Our planning courses are held at various times year-round, but the core courses of Planning 101, Land Use Law, and Land Use Administration are held every January, February, and March. Other courses are designated as qualifying for planning credit based on their content throughout the rest of the year.
Upon completion of a total of 15 hours of specifically directed education and training sessions on planning and zoning topics within a three-year period, including attendance at Planning 101, Land Use Law, and Land Use Administration, local officials will be informed that they have earned their Certificate in Planning Education. These Certificates will be presented at IPA's annual Institute for Local Government Leaders held every fall.
No additional cost is associated with the awarding of this certification, and recipients are invited to attend the Institute as IPA's guest to receive their certificate. Customary registration fees are $50-$100 for participation in most of the individual education and in-person training sessions while fees between $20-$50 are typical for remote learning sessions.
View upcoming training programs on our events page.
For more information about the Certificate for Planning Education, contact Sean O'Neill.
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