You may register online. All classes will begin at 10 a.m. on Wednesday and conclude by 3 p.m. on Thursday. All classes will be held at the Marriott Legends in Prattville.

CGEI General Registration Rules

 


 2018

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>>> January 24-25, 2018 | Workshop in County Financial Administration
Elective for ACAA Program

This workshop, conducted for county administrative staff every other year, concentrates specifically on various aspects of maintaining and overseeing the county’s finances.  There are generally presentations on bonds and other forms of county indebtedness, and staff from the Office of Examiners of Public Accounts usually conduct sessions related to current issues in finance management.  The program is designed specifically for administrative staff with accounting or other finance management responsibilities.  It is also a great opportunity for certified county administrators to obtain continuing education credits through a program designed to address current events.

 

 

>>> January 24-25, 2018 | CGEI CROAA: Business Licenses, Tags & Other Local Revenue

Elective for CROAA Program

This course is specifically designed for the county license inspector or other county personnel responsible for the collection and enforcement of county licenses, tags, and similar local levies.  The course includes detailed information about Alabama’s complicated business license structure, including explanation of the laws governing levy and collection of state and local licenses.  The course will also provide some best practices for enforcement of the laws requiring payment of these important revenue sources for state and county government.

 

>>> March 7-8, 2018 | Disaster Preparedness & Recovery

Elective/Continuing Education for Engineers

The county engineer plays a critical role in both the immediate aftermath of any local disaster and the cleanup and restoration of services to citizens in the county.  In order to be efficient and effective during and following a disaster, the county must have plans in place for how to react once disaster hits the local community.  This course offers engineering staff valuable information about disaster mitigation, planning, and recovery, including coordination with local EMA office and compliance with requirements of state and federal laws and regulations.

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>>> March 7-8, 2018 | CROAA: Enforcement of Licenses & Taxes

Required class for CROAA Program

Enforcement of local taxes, licenses, and other revenue sources is key to ensuring that counties are collecting all revenues available from local revenue-raising levies.  This required class is designed to provide the county revenue officer with the necessary tools for identifying non-compliant taxpayers and for implementing effective enforcement procedures that will aid in the diligent efforts to collect every dollar due to be paid to the county.

 

>>> June 20-21, 2018 | Ethics for Public Officials & Employees

Basic-Level Class required for ACAA, ACEA, AAND, and CROAA Programs

It is imperative that all county employees develop a good understanding of Alabama’s Ethics Law and its impact on both employees and public officials serving in county government.  This course will provide employees with a sound practical understanding of the concept of ethics and a thorough foundation on Alabama’s Ethics Law as well as other constitutional and statutory provisions affecting the actions of county officials and employees both on and off the job.

 

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