This course offers a comprehensive overview of BLM’s Cultural Heritage Program and is divided into 5 modules covering a wide range of topics. Participants will gain a working knowledge of the historical and legal foundations of the program. Through instructional videos (including examples and case studies) you will learn about your responsibilities under Section 106 of the NHPA, and compliance with other laws such as NAGPRA and ARPA. It presents an introduction to data and collections management, and covers the budget cycle and reporting requirements. Students will get an understanding of the legal basis for managing proactive projects and see examples on how to successfully complete them.
- Choose ‘Course Roadmap’ from the menu below.
- Select the video you would like to watch. The class is divided into 5 modules with 34 videos (transcripts are provided). It will take 12 hours to complete.
- Review the ‘Supplemental Resources' from the menu. You can download or bookmark them for future reference.