Online Learning

The Florida League of Cities offers free online training for members. These "webinar" style trainings and forums are an excellent way to get valuable information on a specific topic or engage in meaningful discussion over the course of 60 minutes – without incurring travel costs. 

Choose the topic that interests you and click to register for that session. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your seat early! 

Upcoming Live Events (click on the date and topic to register)

 
FLCU Constitutions and Your Citizens
Constitutions & Your Citizens: How Cities Make the Connection - September 27, 2018 

Have you ever tried to explain a legislative preemption to your neighbor? Or describe the impact of property tax exemptions to residents at your church, synagogue or temple? Or break down a Constitutional amendment for a citizen while standing in a grocery store aisle or at a youth sporting event? 

If you aren't prepared, discussing these complex concepts can be difficult. Learn to master these opportunities. You will also access materials to better prepare you for leadership roles in your community, during the 2018 Florida elections. Learn how to recruit more Floridians to join the fight for Home Rule. 

We must connect with our citizens now to ensure local decisions stay local!

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Municipal Ethics
Attorney for Whom? Attorney/Client Privilege in Municipal Government - October 9, 2018 

The standard advice given to elected municipal officials and municipal staff when questions about ethics law (or other legal matters) arise is “Ask your city attorney.” It’s good advice, an essential step toward good decision making. But conversations about improper actions, especially those already taken, can create complications for elected officials, staff and attorneys alike. Join us as we sort out questions of attorney/client privilege with the counsel of Jay Daigneault, Esq. and Randy Mora, Esq.

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This session is part of a monthly series exploring hot topics in ethics, public opinion and social media.
Municipal Web Design
ADA Compliant websites: What Cities Need to KnowConstitutions & Your Citizens: How Cities Make the Connection - October 25, 2018 

508. ADA. WCAG. Recently, the issue of website accessibility has been a buzz in city halls across the state. City administrators, communication professionals and IT managers are receiving calls from groups claiming the city is in violation. Other groups are offering services to protect cities from legal disputes while some cities are already involved in them. What should cities do? We can all agree that ensuring local government websites and digital content are accessible to all citizens should be a priority on your digital marketing to-do list, but what does that actually look like? What are the best standards for compliance and what does the law actually say? Join us as we explore the implications of federal law on local governments in Florida, learn more about the cases in dispute right now, and access information on what actions cities could take to address growing concerns of ADA compliance. 

This session is being co-sponsored by the Florida Association of City Clerks, Florida Local Government Information Systems Association, Florida Municipal Attorneys Association and Florida Municipal Communicators Association.

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Stay tuned for more online course offerings to be posted soon.
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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.

Online Learning (On Demand)