Education and Training

Technical Preservation Services provides a variety of educational and training opportunities. Staff members also participate in national, regional, and state conferences.

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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.

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.