Join NCITE and WTS MN for a joint Ethics training that will satisfy the ethics continuing education requirements for both P.E. licenses and AICP certifications. The training will be hosted by Erin Perdu, a planner at Stantec and co-chair of the AICP Ethics Committee. We'll review real-world ethics cases and play a Jeopardy-style game show to get you thinking more about ethics in the workplace!

This event will be held in the Como Conference Room at Kimley-Horn's St. Paul office (767 Eustis Street, Suite 100, Saint Paul, MN 55114) with a happy hour to follow in the building's atrium. A virtual option will be provided through Teams, but in-person attendance is highly recommended for attendees located in the Twin Cities metro area. Light appetizers and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will be provided at the happy hour. The schedule for the event is as follows:

  • 1:30-2:00pm - Registration
  • 2:00-4:00pm - Ethics Training: Ethics Game Show for Engineers & Planners
  • 4:00-5:00pm - Networking/Happy Hour

This event will qualify for 2 PDH (P.E.) and 2 CM (AICP) credits for ethics-related continuing education. Registration closes Monday, April 29th.

Erin Perdu is the planning group leader for the Midwest region at Stantec; she lives and works in downtown Minneapolis. She has been a practicing planner for over 25 years, working primarily in the upper Midwest and Texas. Her career spans both the public and private sectors, including a 12-year stint at the helm of the consulting firm she founded, ENP & Associates. Perdu's passions include long-range planning, zoning reform, and bringing national best practices to communities of all sizes. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Stanford University (Earth Systems) and Master of Science (Natural Resources) and Master of Urban Planning degrees from the University of Michigan.

$20 NCITE, WTS & WTS Public Sector Partner Member Ticket

$30 Non-Member Ticket

Directions and parking information will be sent to meeting registrants the week of the event.