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Webinar: Session 3—Mandated Consultation: Relational strategies for rules & regs

For any level of professional navigating mandated requirements to consult with Tribes. Professionals working with any variety of complex regs —from NEPA, NAGPRA, or ICWA to more intricate issues like civil jurisdiction and treaty rights, you will find valuable tools in this course. This half-day intensive combines live lecture with hands-on exercises.

Excellent training opportunity that I would highly recommend,” wrote a 2020 participant. “I liked the focus of the course—how to work with Tribes rather than why we are required to do it. Very helpful insights into what is important.”

Course Content: This course gives invaluable strategies adaptable to any variety of mandated consultation requirements. Participants will learn the three varieties of mandated consultation, specific conventional approaches for each, and a single strategy addressesing them all. Lectures simplify difficult legal and regulatory issues into clear categories, triggers, and planning solutions. Participants will not spend the day grinding through difficult federal codes or the latest cases. Instead, they will learn and apply simple strategies applicable to any type of consultation issue. Content emphasizes the three proven relational strategies and communication practices that are the hallmarks of successful Government-to-Government (G2G) consultation with Tribes. Participants will identify, learn, and apply these tools, and be ready to transform their own work with mandated consultation. These dramatically improve consultation outcomes, often beyond required standards, while significantly reducing costs and risk. MCLE & CE Eligible. Revised Course Agenda HERE.

WHERE: Zoom WHEN: Jan. 27 or Feb. 24, 2021 Noon - 5:00pm PST COST: $225 until 1/15 INSTRUCTOR: Robert Harper, JD, MA, MA

Date and Time: 
February 24, 2021 - 12:00pm to 5:00pm