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CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGER, HISTORIC ARCHITECT, HISTORIC

PRESERVATION SPECIALIST

Essential Competencies (Accessibility)

Description: These competencies include the ability to integrate accessibility into the planning and implementation of cultural and historic resource programs, facilities, and activities.

Essential Competencies:

1. Attitudes
2. Terminology
3. Characteristics
4. Architectural Accessibility
5. Program Accessibility
6. Comprehensive Accessibility Assessment
7. Deficiency Identification
8. Action Plan
9. Special Program Areas (historic buildings, sites, and artifacts).

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of the application of UFAS and ADAAG in renovation of historic properties.

Knowledge of programmatic guidelines for access to programs in historic areas and to cultural resource collections.

Knowledge of the necessary components of accessibility evaluation and the necessary abilities to develop an action plan to correct deficiencies.

National Park Service
Training and Development Division
Essential Competencies
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