2019 Municipal Clerks Certificate Training Program
The University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration conducts an annual series of municipal clerks training sessions, which enrolls municipal and county staff from throughout the state of Delaware and the surrounding region. Participation in this training over a three-year cycle satisfies the educational requirements for the CMC designation.
The Municipal Clerks Certificate Training Program is a 40-hour program consisting of six Friday sessions in the spring. The 2019 dates are as follows: March 15, 22, and 29; and April 5, 12, and 26.
Sample course topics include:
- Communication and Conflict Resolution*
- Organizational Management*
- The American Municipality*
- RideShare Delaware*
- Fundamentals of Real Estate Development for Local Governments*
- How Delaware Assists Common Interest Residential Communities
- Introducing Strategic Doing*
- Recent and Proposed Changes in Delaware Lead Regulations*
- Full Cost Recovery Rate Setting for Small Utilities*
- Technical Writing and Communication*
- Historic Preservation and Local Government*
- Community Change: Conflict and Progress*
- Public Archives Debt Issuance: From A (and before) to Z (and beyond)*
- Freedom of Information Act for Local Governments
*Master Municipal Clerks (MMC) topics. For more information about MMC courses, visit the 2019 Master Municipal Clerks Courses Guide.
Friday, April 26, 2019 at 9:00am to 4:00pm
Kent County Levy Court Building 555 Bay Road, Dover, DE 19901