Events and Training Events

Florida League of Cities Webinar Information

Source: Jan Piland
The Florida League of Cities offers free monthly Webinar training for members.
 
All upcoming webinars can be found on the events and training calendar.
 
Webinars allow multiple participants to view presenta­tions over the Internet on their computer screen from the comfort of their own office or home. You can register up to the day of the Webinar. Registrants will automatically be emailed a link prior to the start of the Webinar. Then, with a click of the mouse you are able to see the presenter’s computer screen. From there, participants can view the presentation and listen to the speaker’s comments by calling in to a designated telephone number. Any questions can be emailed or sent to the presenter using the Webinar message box that appears on your computer screen. Webinars are an excellent way to get valuable training in a short hour-long crash course – without incurring travel costs.
 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar. System Requirements are: for PC-based attendees, Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server; for Macintosh®-based attendees Mac OS® X 10.4.11 (Tiger®) or newer.
 
NOTE:  If you do not automatically receive the confirmation notice it may be because your security software thinks it is spam and is not allowing it into your email system or you may have entered your email address incorrectly during the registration process.  You will also receive another notification email the day of the webinar which contains a unique link to enable you to enter the webinar at the designated time.  If you do not receive this email please check with your in-house IT Department.
 
Past Webinars
 
     
 
 Best Management Practices for Hiring a Contract Lobbyist (8/28/14)
 
 Tech Tuesday: Using Apps for Citizen Engagement (7/8/14) 
 
 Tech Tuesday: Smarter Cities (6/10/14)
 
 
Tech Tuesday: Applying Technology to Work Smarter (4/13/14)
 
 
 Sea Level Rise (3/19/14)
 
 Tech Tuesday: Office 365 (3/11/14)
 
  2014 Legislative Preview (2/20/14)
 
 Municipal Bond Market Update (2/6/14)
 
 Rising Flood Insurance Rates Sinking Property Owners - What Can Cities Do To Minimize The Impact? (1/23/14)
 
 
 A Holistic Approach to Operating Fund Investment (11/14/13)
 
 
 
 New Pension Reporting Requirments (8/29/13)
 
 Liability Insurance 101 (7/23/13)
  
 
 
 Regulating New Technology in the Right of Way (5/21/13)
 
 
Supporting Documents  
 
 
 
 
 
 Viva Florida 500 - History Happened Here (2/6/13) If you are unable to access this presentation, please click here for an alternate link.
 
 Viva Florida 500 (11/13/12)
 
 
 
 
 
 2012 Legislative Session: What Legislation Passed That Impacts Cities? (5/24/12)
 
 
  Home Rule 101 (3/08/12)
 
 Home Rule 101 (3/08/12)
 
 Unfundated Mandates 101-Video (02/09/12)
 
 Unfundated Mandates 101-PowerPoint (02/09/2012)
 
 
 
 
 
 The Future of City Planning in Florida

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Click here to visit the State of Florida Attorney General's site about local-government social-media issues
 
 

 Find New Money in Your Pavement Budget (2/17/11)

 

      Inside Edition Video – Workers Comp Fraud   

  
 
 Investments 101 (6/17/10)

 2010 Legislative Preview (3/4/10) 

 An Introduction to Florida's Cities and the FLC (4/30/09)

 CRAs: Communities Working Together  (1/19/10)

 Community Redevelopment Agency Reporting Requirements (2/11/10)

 Federal Stimulus Update (10/22/09)

Supporting Documents:
Basic Labor Standards
NEPA Guidelines

 Introduction to Municipal Pensions (1/21/10)

 Key Municipal Terms and Policies

 Recovery Zone Bonds and Build America Bonds, American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009

 Reducing City Expenses Without Reducing Services (2/18/10) 

 Tech 101: Social Networking and the Public Official (12/17/09)

 
For more information, contact Jan Piland at the Florida League of Cities or call (850) 222-9684.
 
 
 
 Best Management Practices for Hiring a Contract Lobbyist (8/28/14)
 
 Tech Tuesday: Using Apps for Citizen Engagement (7/8/14) 
 
 Tech Tuesday: Smarter Cities (6/10/14)
 
 
Tech Tuesday: Applying Technology to Work Smarter (4/13/14)
 
 
 Sea Level Rise (3/19/14)
 
 Tech Tuesday: Office 365 (3/11/14)
 
  2014 Legislative Preview (2/20/14)
 
 Municipal Bond Market Update (2/6/14)
 
 Rising Flood Insurance Rates Sinking Property Owners - What Can Cities Do To Minimize The Impact? (1/23/14)
 
 
 A Holistic Approach to Operating Fund Investment (11/14/13)
 
 
 
 New Pension Reporting Requirments (8/29/13)
 
 Liability Insurance 101 (7/23/13)
  
 
 
 Regulating New Technology in the Right of Way (5/21/13)
 
 
Supporting Documents  
 
 
 
 
 
 Viva Florida 500 - History Happened Here (2/6/13) If you are unable to access this presentation, please click here for an alternate link.
 
 Viva Florida 500 (11/13/12)
 
 
 
 
 
 2012 Legislative Session: What Legislation Passed That Impacts Cities? (5/24/12)
 
 
  Home Rule 101 (3/08/12)
 
 Home Rule 101 (3/08/12)
 
 Unfundated Mandates 101-Video (02/09/12)
 
 Unfundated Mandates 101-PowerPoint (02/09/2012)
 
 
 
 
 
 The Future of City Planning in Florida

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Click here to visit the State of Florida Attorney General's site about local-government social-media issues
 
 

 Find New Money in Your Pavement Budget (2/17/11)

 

      Inside Edition Video – Workers Comp Fraud   

  
 
 Investments 101 (6/17/10)

 2010 Legislative Preview (3/4/10) 

 An Introduction to Florida's Cities and the FLC (4/30/09)

 CRAs: Communities Working Together  (1/19/10)

 Community Redevelopment Agency Reporting Requirements (2/11/10)

 Federal Stimulus Update (10/22/09)

Supporting Documents:
Basic Labor Standards
NEPA Guidelines

 Introduction to Municipal Pensions (1/21/10)

 Key Municipal Terms and Policies

 Recovery Zone Bonds and Build America Bonds, American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009

 Reducing City Expenses Without Reducing Services (2/18/10) 

 Tech 101: Social Networking and the Public Official (12/17/09)

 
For more information, contact Jan Piland at the Florida League of Cities or call (850) 222-9684.