ACADEMY SCHOOL FOR CT TOWN CLERKS

MAY 2013: SEMINAR FOR TOWN CLERKS

On May 6, 7 & 8, 2013, the CT Town Clerks Association & Center for Public Policy & Social Research at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) held a 3 days seminar on "Vital Statistics" presented by the Office of Jane Purtill (State Registrar of Vital Records, CT Department of Public Health) and "Business and Professional Communication" by Professor Ben Tyson (Department of Communication CCSU)

Town Clerks from all over the state of Connecticut attended the event.

Go here for excerpts of the seminar on this video.



AUGUST 1, 2012: PRESENTATION SKILLS FOR TOWN CLERKS


Using Technology Effectively

Dr. Karen Coale Tracey is a Professor and Department Chair of the Computer Electronics and Graphics Department in CCSU’s School of Technology. Dr. Tracey has been teaching at CCSU since 1989. The past several years, Dr. Tracey has been a popular instructor of many successful educational sessions for Connecticut's Town Clerks.


Newscast from the training given on Friday, May 25, 2012 and presented by:

Connecticut Town Clerks Association & Center for Public Policy and Social Research at Central Connecticut State University

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The International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC)

 

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ACADEMY SCHOOL FOR CONNECTICUT TOWN CLERKS


Wednesday, May 24, 2012, Constitution Room in Memorial Hall, CCSU

Presented by: Connecticut Town Clerks Association & Center for Public Policy and Social Research at CCSU

In 2003 CPPSR entered into partnership with the CT Town Clerks Association (CTCA) to offer professional development seminars for its membership. Making use of CCSU’s outstanding faculty and its institutional resources, CPPSR has since provided training leading to official State of CT certification, basic and advanced professional certifications and certification by the International Institute for  Municipal Clerks, in which CPPSR has served as the CT affiliate since 2007.
 
CPPSR and the CTCA Education Committee, working in close collaboration, have created a long-term, uniquely designed  curriculum to address the professional needs of our state’s Town Clerks, again furthering that part of the CPPSR mission to “enrich the quality of public service throughout Connecticut.”

  Managing Time and Tasks in Trying Times

  by Dr. Gene Baten, MBA, Ed.D., Professor of Management and Organization CCSU





  How the Mechanics of Elections are Impacted by Politics

  by Dr. Paul Petterson, Chair, CCSU Political Science Department



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