Its always great to see someone moving up in the Community we would love to give a Congratulations to our Assistant City Clerk, Kristie Taul, for receiving her Level 1 – Achievement in City Governance this week while she has been attending the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) City Officials training in Owensboro, KY.
The Kentucky League of Cities is the foremost provider of education and training opportunities for city leaders. No one knows cities like we do, and we strive to provide affordable and accessible “nuts and bolts” education to help you do your job at city hall.
The City Officials Training Center is a voluntary continuing education program administered by KLC. City officials can complete education levels by attending KLC training events and submitting outside training credit from other municipal training. There is no charge to enroll. If you attend KLC training, your credit is tracked automatically.
Level I – Achievement in City Governance
- 29 hours of Approved Courses
- 1 hour of Ethics
Level II – Excellence in City Governance
- 58 hours of Approved Courses
- 2 hours of Ethics
Level III – Master of City Governance
- 87 hours of Approved Courses
- 3 hours of Ethics
Certified Municipal Officer
- 135 hours of Approved Courses
- 2 hours of Open Meetings and Open Records
- 1 hour of Ethics
- Only certain courses qualify for this program.
Each level can be achieved with up to 10 hours of approved outside credit. Credits are valid for three years. All courses approved for the City Officials Training Center program are also approved for the Training Incentive Program (HB 119).
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