Online training without leaving your office or home.
- With a computer, internet access and speakers or a telephone, you can attend a web-based class conducted LIVE using GoToWebinar.
- Register online here and use a credit card. Once your registration has been processed, you will receive an emailed confirmation with the webinar link.
- To join the webinar, click the registration link and register with GoToWebinar.
Cost: $10 for members and $20 for non-members.
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All of the webinars are one hour and will run 10:00am-11:00am.
Cancellation policy: Since webinars are recorded, NO REFUNDS once purchased. Contact Emily Koenigsfeld, Event & Training Specialist at email@example.com or 573-635-9134 for the link to view after the conclusion of the live presentation.
If you purchase a recorded webinar (below) and choose the "bill me" option, the link will have to manually be sent. Please email Emily for that info. If you pay by credit card, the link will be found in the confirmation email as a download. Please make sure to open and save as the download will expire.
The Five Questions for
Economic Development Due
Diligence - Nov. 14
Employee Safety: Someone
Has to Take Charge - Nov. 19
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4th Quarter Webinars
REGISTER NOW - November 14
The Five Questions for Economic Development Due Diligence, presented byTom Kaleko, Principal, and Jack Ryan-Feldman, Director, Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors
Description: This session will review the various economic development tools available in Missouri and provide a framework for evaluating proposals to best serve local interests.
* will qualify for 1 hour of Economic Development for the Advanced Municipal Governance Institute
REGISTER NOW - November 19
Employee Safety: Someone Has to Take Charge! presented by Mark Woodward, Senior Safety Risk Trainer, Missouri Employers Mutual
Description: Safety across large organizations is like herding cats! With all of the different departments within your city, how do you get everyone on the same page? How can a city safety plan address the unique hazards of your specialized departments like water-wastewater, fire, street & road and electric? We’ll discuss simple strategies that are effective in managing safety and how to engage departmental leadership with the common mission of employee safety and cost savings. There is one thing for sure about improving city employee safety – it takes work, coordination, strength, support and accountability – all of which will be discussed in this presentation.