For local history organizations to move forward, the board, volunteers and staff need to continually learn new skills. Our Local History Services staff has crafted workshops and webinars to help you succeed by developing new expertise and learning best practices. We also offer workshops on demand at your site.
Online learning opportunities from your home or office. All times listed are in Eastern time zone.
Developing a Building Maintenance Plan
Monday, Oct. 22, 2 to 3 p.m.
Register by Oct. 17
$20; $15 IHS member; $10 Local History Partner
If your organization owns or cares for a building, this webinar will help you develop a building maintenance plan. You’ll learn the components of a basic plan as well as tips for working with local service providers to keep building inspections and documentation up-to-date. Addresses AASLH StEPs Standards HSL 2, 4, 5 and 6. LEU credits available.
NOTE: To access recordings, you will be asked to enter your first and last name, as well as your email address. Recorded webinars are free to view.
Laying a Strong Foundation: Planning and Implementing Building Projects (72 minutes)
Is a building project in your future? Do you want to learn more about best practices, fundraising and working with contractors? This webinar covers the basics of planning and implementing successful capital projects. Originally recorded on Feb. 5, 2018.
Local History Services staff will come to your location to present a free workshop just for your organization – or you can include other groups in your neighborhood. The workshops are casual, interactive, filled with information and even a few laughs. Workshop topics include collections, governance, management and more.
To find out about topics or to schedule a workshop, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (317) 232-4591.
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