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GIS-Pro 2014 Offers Substantial AICP-CM Credit Opportunities for Planning Community

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Wednesday, June 11th 2014


GIS-Pro 2014 Offers Substantial AICP-CM Credit Opportunities for Planning Community

URISA is pleased to announce that 45.0 AICP-CM (certification maintenance) credits (including 2.5 law credits) have been approved by the American Planning Association for GIS-Pro 2014: URISA’s 52nd Annual Conference taking place September 8-11, 2014 in New Orleans. The specific sessions and workshops for which credits were approved are noted within the GIS-Pro 2014 conference program and are also detailed on the AICP Certification Maintenance website: https://www.planning.org/cm/search/event/?EventID=26586

The American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) is the American Planning Association's professional institute, providing recognized leadership nationwide in the certification of professional planners, ethics, professional development, planning education, and the standards of planning practice. To become an AICP certified planner, APA members must meet certain education and experience requirements and pass a written examination. AICP's Certification Maintenance program helps planners gain the knowledge and skills they need to remain current in the practice of planning.

Visit http://www.urisa.org/education-events/gis-pro-annual-conference/ or www.gis-pro.org for complete URISA conference details. Early registration discounts are in effect through July 21, 2014.

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