Continuing Education and Professional Development Credit Information for the 2013 Summit

Continuing Educational and Professional Development credits will be made available for those attending the 2013 POWER OF TEN Regional Summit through our professional development partners:

  • Architects and Engineers:

AIA Credit is available.

Contact Carol Pedigo of AIA Middle Tennessee

Email: [email protected] and ask for continuing education credits after May 1st, 2013.

  • Landscape Architects:

Three (3) Professional Development Hours (PDH)

Contact: Rebecca Ratz – Middle Tennessee Section Chair, TNASLA

Email: [email protected] and ask for professional development hours after May 1st, 2013.

  • Engineers:

POWER OF TEN Summit Certificates are available through CRT

Contact: Sam Warlick — Cumberland Region Tomorrow

Email: [email protected] and ask for a certificate after May 1st, 2013.

  • Local Municipal & County Officials and Staff:

The Institute for Public Service at the University of Tennessee has made arrangements for city and county officials to receive professional development credit for participating in the POWER of TEN Regional Summit.

    • County officials will receive up to 4 hours of COCTP Recertification Credit for attending this event.  Please go to the CTAS Training website and submit the Recertification form from the CTAS Training webpage to receive credit.
    • Municipal officials that have achieved the CMFO designation will qualify for non-financial continuing education credit for attending this event in the Other/Economic Development category for three (3) hours credit. If you need CMFO credit, please indicate so as your first entry in the “Organization Represented” field before listing your organization’s name when you register through this link. There is a $35.00 per person fee for CMFO requests.
    • For municipal leaders participating in other MTAS training programs, please contact MTAS to confirm appropriate credits for your participation in the Power of TEN summit.  The MTAS web link is shown below. 

Contact the UT Institute of Public Services (MTAS & CTAS)


  • Professional Planners:

AICP Credit has been requested and should be available

Contact the Nashville Area MPO for APA/AICP approval status








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