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FCCMA Coaching Webinar
September 6, 2018 –
"Local Government Planning 101"
ICMA Practice Areas: 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
Many city and county managers spent their early careers in finance, public works, parks and recreation, or some other local government service area that did not necessitate becoming competent in the local government planning discipline. Planning is one of the more complicated, and often litigious, services provided by local governments. As part of a series of trainings on specific local government services, FCCMA has secured Attorney Susan Trevarthen to present a one-hour webinar on local government planning in Florida that will focus on the basics, as well as current trends in this important government service. Attorney Trevarthen is one of the leading experts in the field and has agreed to present an informative program for local government leaders who did not specialize in this area before becoming a manager. Aspiring managers and other key staff members who want to broaden their knowledge of municipal services should also plan to attend.
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FCCMA Onsite Training Session
September 28, 2018 –
“Local Government and Nonprofit Collaborations: Innovations in Providing Local Government Services”
ICMA Practice Areas: 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9 and 14
Revenue constraints, government cutbacks, and creative service delivery has been the norm in local government operations. This special FCCMA training program brings local government leaders together for an informal panel discussion on the templates used to provide innovative partnerships with the nonprofit community to provide public services. Specific examples and "how to" processes will be outlined and discussed. Attendees will be encouraged to share their own best practices and to build upon the information gained from this informative program. This is a must program for any government employees tasked with the responsibility to examine creative ways to utilize community resources to provide local government services.
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