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Training Resources - National PCoP Workshops and Trainings

    • Each year, the Planning Community of Practice organizes trainings and workshops to help ensure planners across USACE have the ability to accomplish the agencys mission, which is dependent upon strong, effective relationships and the free exchange of technical information and collaborative thought. These events differ in size and scope, ranging from national PCoP workshops to regional trainings to sub-CoP meetings. The following Planning Community SharePoint site links include the materials, presentations, handouts and other important information from recent workshops and trainings.

  • 2015 National PCoP Training  Corps Castle

  • 2018 NWD Planning Training Workshop  Corps Castle

  • 2018 Risk-Informed Decision Making in Planning Train-the-Trainer Workshop  Corps Castle

  • 2019 National PCoP Training  Corps Castle

  • May 2022 All Planning Chiefs Workshop - Key Takeaways Summary  Corps Castle
      The USACE MSC and District Planning Chiefs (or their designees) met at the Chicago District from 17-19 May 2022 with the purpose of gaining a common understanding of USACE and Civil Works Directorate priorities, the Planning Chiefs’ role in implementing those priorities, and how taking care of our people supports those priorities. Objectives of the meeting included: 1) Sharing best practices and lessons learned in Civil Works project development as groundwork to revolutionize planning and execute the program; 2) Leveraging enterprise expertise to more effectively deliver feasibility studies and other planning products/activities; and 3) Improving enterprise project delivery and planner satisfaction by engaging planning expertise beyond District and MSC borders.

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