Education and Training

Technical Preservation Services provides a variety of educational and training opportunities. Staff members also participate in national, regional, and state conferences. Check our news for our schedule of future presentations, or contact us if you are looking for a speaker at a planned conference or workshop.

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Technical Preservation Services hosts regular webinars about a variety of topics related to historic rehabilitation. An introduction to the historic tax credit program is offered several times each year for first-time applicants. Most webinars are open to the general public to participate free of charge. Advanced registration is always required.

Student Internships

For students in historic preservation and comparable fields, the National Park Service, in partnership with the National Council for Preservation Education, offers short-term internships at cultural program headquarters, field offices, and in parks.

Online Training

Technical Preservation Services has created web-based training features to provide professional development alternatives and enrichment programs for professional preservationists, local preservation commissions, volunteers, and anyone interested in more in-depth training in historic preservation.

Printed Publications

Many of our publications are available in print through the Government Printing Office. Selected items are available free of charge.