As a means of providing value to our membership and to the industry, ACRA actively seeks to offer Continuing Education (CE) programs such as training courses, workshops, and other learning activities. This Request for Proposal (RFP) invites expert providers to submit applications for online learning opportunities that will be offered on a regular schedule to ACRA members and to the public. ACRA offers to provide qualified providers an honorarium of $500 per webinar. Applications are due by 5pm Eastern time December 6, 2017. Please review the RFP and provide us with:
Note: If you have presented on this topic and can provide reviews from past participants. Finally, please note your schedule availability to prepare and present your topic.
ACRA seeks to offer six to 10 online learning opportunities in 2018 that will be hosted on Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Standard/Daylight Time. Presentations are generally one (1) hour in length including 15 minutes for questions and discussion. Some webinars may be extended to 90 minutes for specific presentations. Providers must participate in a planning meeting and a practice session before the final live webinar. The approximate time commitment, outside your own preparation time, is two hours.
Successful applicants will be notified by January 15, 2018. Questions can be directed to:
ACRA Project Coordinator
American Cultural Resources Association
Phone: (434) 327-6663
The American Cultural Resources Association (ACRA) is the national trade organization supporting and promoting the common interests of heritage and cultural resource management (CRM) firms of all types, sizes, and specialties. Our member companies lead many of the legally mandated CRM studies and investigations in the United States. Central to our mission today is empowering all members with the tools and training to produce consistent results of the highest quality. We continually endeavor to provide educational opportunities aimed at increasing the business acumen of all member firms.