ALGTI Course 1 | New Commissioner Orientation

  • Published: December 4, 2017
  • When:
    December 4, 2018 – December 5, 2018 all-day
    2018-12-04T00:00:00-06:00
    2018-12-06T00:00:00-06:00
    Cost:
    $225
    Contact:
    Auburn University Government & Economic Development Institute
    334-844-4781

    Offered by the Alabama Local Government Training Institute

     

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    HOTEL Accommodations

     

    Overnight accommodations at the Renaissance Hotel are now officially sold out.

    For discounted overflow accommodations at the nearby Hampton Inn & Suites, use the above button to book or call (334) 265-1010 and mention the “CCA” room block code. The Hampton room rate is set for $109 per night, and the deadline to secure a room is Nov. 13.

     


     

    Course Description: This course provides information on the immediate needs and requirements of the newly elected county commissioner. It deals with such issues as the roles and responsibilities of the Commissioner, statutory requirements of the Commission and the Commissioner, the structure of county government, legal liability, roles of county constitutional officers, and resources available to the county commission.

    Program: December 4-5, 2018; Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

    Supplies Needed: Paper and pens.

    Attendance Policy: Due to the format of the ALGTI courses, a series of speakers on related topics delivered over a two-day period, it is the policy of the ALGTI Board that the entire course must be taken in order to receive full credit. A commissioner who misses any portion of a course will be required to retake the course in its entirety in order to receive credit for the course; provided, however, that the ALGTI Board may approve an absence of one (1) hour or less if extenuating circumstances exist as determined by the Board.

    Participation: All program attendees are encouraged to benefit fully from the course by asking questions, relating experiences and thoughts, and otherwise ensure that they understand and can apply techniques and ideas offered by the instructor.

    Telephone Messages: Emergency or important telephone messages may be called in during the day to the Center for Governmental Services (334) 844-4782. The class will not be interrupted, except for emergency calls.

    Classroom Regulations: Cell phones should be reserved for use during classroom breaks, and shall be turned off or set to vibrate, silent or discrete mode during class time. If the commissioner must take an emergency phone call, they shall take the call outside of the classroom. The class will not be interrupted, except for emergency calls. Use of tobacco  products of any kind are not permitted in the classroom or areas not designated for their use.

    Meals: Individuals will be responsible for their own meal arrangements. However, the registration fee includes lunch on Tuesday, December 4th. Additional Luncheon tickets may be purchased for $35.00.

    Cancellation Policy: Provided that space is available, receipt of the registration form constitutes registration. Written cancellations, received fifteen (15) working days prior to the beginning of the program (on or before November 9th) will be honored with a partial refund, less a $50 administrative cancellation processing fee. Due to commitments to instructors and meeting facilities, late cancellations or non-attendance will not be refunded. Substitutions for registered participants may be made at any time.