Training and Workshops
Free OHP Webinars
For the 2015-2016 education cycle, our office in partnership with the California Preservation Foundation (CPF), is offering a series of free webinars covering some of the topics most asked about by our constituents. Registration is handled through the CPF website or by clicking on the individual webinar links below:
November 12, 2015: Putting It in Context: the Purpose, Importance, and Process of Historic Contexts
February 25, 2016: Preparing a Successful Section 106 Consultation Package
May 12, 2016: Making It Pay: Incentives for Local Governments
July 21, 2016: Where Credit is Due: Historic Tax Credits and the OHP
Webinars from the 2014-2015 education cycle can be accessed on our OHP Webinar Archives page.
OHP Education Workshop Series for Local Governments
The Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) now offers an annual series of preservation workshops for local governments presented by the staff of our Local Government and Environmental Compliance Unit. The workshops are hosted by communities throughout the state, and focus on a variety of preservation-related topics related to the work of local planning and preservation agencies.
Please visit our Preservation Education Workshops webpage for information about current workshops and to access presentations of past workshops.
Visit our Presentation Archive to view past presentation materials.
Recent OHP Training Modules
The Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) conducts training sessions throughout California on a variety of topics related to historic preservation and cultural resource management. To view our most recent training modules, please visit our Presentations Archives Page.
Training Opportunities from Preservation Organizations
The California Preservation Foundation (CPF) co-sponsors a wide variety of timely workshops, webinars, and other preservation events.
The California Preservation Program (CPP) sponsors trainings and provides information and assistance on the preservation of collections for archives, historical societies, history museums, libraries, and record repositories.
The National Preservation Institute, a nonprofit organization founded in 1980, educates those involved in the management, preservation, and stewardship of our cultural heritage.