Permit Navigator Trainings

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The Environmental Assistance Office (EAO) offers targeted trainings and open office hours to town officials, state officials, non-profits, business owners, designers/ engineers/ consultants, regulated communities, homeowners, and other members of the public to learn more about Permit Navigator, how to use it, and answer any questions. To request accommodations or for troubleshooting needs, please contact your regional Community Assistance Specialist.

Permit Navigator Office Hours

The EAO is hosting online office hours, open for anyone to attend, to receive a Permit Navigator demonstration and ask any questions. You can join the EAO for office hours every other week on Wednesdays at 1 pm from May 25, 2022 until October 26, 2022. To attend, click on the links below:

Permit Navigator Municipal Official Trainings

The EAO has been holding multiple trainings for small groups of municipal officials since March 2022. The EAO anticipates holding a few more municipal trainings to reach out to all towns and cities in Vermont. Training invites and links will be sent to your town email address as the trainings are scheduled. If you have not received an invite and would like to be added to an earlier training, please contact your regional Community Assistance Specialist.

Other Permit Navigator Trainings

On Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 1 pm, Community Assistance Specialists held a Permit Navigator Training for Regional Planning Commissions, Chambers of Commerce, and Development Corporations. If you have not received an invite and would like to join a training, please contact your regional Community Assistance Specialist.

Permit Navigator Custom Trainings

The EAO is available to schedule a custom Permit Navigator training with your organization. Our staff can then focus on answering questions about the Permit Navigator from you and your staff. If you are interested in scheduling a Permit Navigator training, please contact your regional Community Assistance Specialist.