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Upcoming Programs

 

FUNDAMENTALS OF CODE ENFORCEMENT

 CODE ENFORCEMENT CERTIFICATION CLASSES AND EXAM

 

 

Dates: Jan. 26 - Jan. 31

 

Location: FAU campus, Davie

 

Classes: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

 

This class is full and we are no longer accepting registrations.

Please contact Sue Dean at sdean@fau.edu or 561/297-3749

to be put on our waiting list for this class and notification list for the next Level I class

 

(If you have any questions regarding the classes please contact

Sue Dean at 561/297-3749 or email her at sdean@fau.edu)

 

Exam: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Saturday at the same location

 

Please follow this link to register online for the exam

 

(Exam registrations are handled through UCF and only done online.

If you have any questions regarding the exam registration please contact

Susan Pruchnicki at 407/882-3960 or email her at Susan.Pruchnicki@ucf.edu

 

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OFFICER SAFETY AND FIELD APPLICATIONS

CODE ENFORCEMENT CERTIFICATION CLASSES AND EXAM

 

Dates: Feb. 9 - Feb. 12, 2015

 

Location: Garfield Community Center, Hollywood, FL

Classes: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Wednesday

8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Thurs

 

Please follow this link for the flyer and registration form for the classes
 OR
 REGISTER ONLINE

 

(If you have any questions regarding the classes please contact

Sue Dean at 561/297-3749 or email her at sdean@fau.edu)

 

Exam: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the same location

 

Please follow this link to register online for the exam

 

(Exam registrations are handled through UCF and only done online.

If you have any questions regarding the exam registration please contact

Susan Pruchnicki at 407/882-3960 or email her at Susan.Pruchnicki@ucf.edu

 

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LEGAL ISSUES OF CODE ENFORCEMENT

 CODE ENFORCEMENT CERTIFICATION CLASSES AND EXAM

 

Dates: Feb. 24, 26, Mar. 3, 5, 10, 19, 24, and 26, 2015

 

Location: FAU Campus, Davie

Classes: 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., most days

8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. on Mar. 3 and 10

 

Please follow this link for the flyer and registration form for the classes
 OR
 REGISTER ONLINE

 

(If you have any questions regarding the classes please contact

Sue Dean at 561/297-3749 or email her at sdean@fau.edu)

 

Exam: 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Thursday  Mar. 26th at the same location

 

Please follow this link to register online for the exam

 

(Exam registrations are handled through UCF and only done online.

If you have any questions regarding the exam registration please contact

Susan Pruchnicki at 407/882-3960 or email her at Susan.Pruchnicki@ucf.edu

 

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MOTIVATION BOOT CAMP *New*

 

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: Feb. 25           Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm

                                   Fee: $75.00              Location: Coral Springs

                                   4 hours/.4CEUs         Instructor: Jennifer Pustizzi

 

Are you or somebody you work with suffering from the "Charlie Brown" syndrome? You know exactly what this is…the person who always seems to look at the glass half empty rather than half full? Why do some people focus on the positive, while others focus on the negative? You may never know the answer to this question but the truth is, we ALL have days that challenge us and steer us off our path. The hard part is being resilient and getting back on the positive path. When workplace negativity begins to pull you down, these motivational strategies will help keep you focused. This course will help you discover simple motivational strategies that will help you reach higher, go further, and do better no matter what happens.

Participants will be able to:


•Identify key motivators in one's life
• Define ten characteristics of peak performance
• Implement strategies for overcoming negativity
•Apply self-motivational strategies for work/life balance

 

Please follow this link for the brochure and registration form

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  REGISTER ONLINE
 
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS OF CODE ENFORCEMENT

CODE ENFORCEMENT CERTIFICATION CLASSES AND EXAM

 

Dates: March 2 - 7, 2015

 

Location: FAU Campus, Davie

Please follow this link for the flyer and registration form for the classes
 OR
 REGISTER ONLINE

 

(If you have any questions regarding the classes please contact

Sue Dean at 561/297-3749 or email her at sdean@fau.edu)

 

Exam: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Saturday at the same location

 

Please follow this link to register online for the exam

 

(Exam registrations are handled through UCF and only done online.

If you have any questions regarding the exam registration please contact

Susan Pruchnicki at 407/882-3960 or email her at Susan.Pruchnicki@ucf.edu

 

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN PUBLIC RECORDS MANAGEMENT

 

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: Mar. 12 and 13          Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm each day

                        Fee: $180.00                      Location: Martin County Sheriff's Office

                        12 hours/.1.2CEUs              Instructor: Steve Lewis

 

This program is designed to inform and update public sector personnel about records management and maintenance under Florida law. The four modules will address new technologies and management systems in the field of records management.
Module I focuses on the basics of records management and maintenance, including public records law in Florida, privacy vs. right-to-know, and records retention and destruction.
Module II addresses file management and design and includes a historical look at file management, equipment and supplies, and information storage and retrieval systems.
Module III covers imaging, with particular focus on legalities and standards related to microfilm and optical digitizing, computer retrieval systems, and cost analyses.
Module IV discusses disaster preparedness/recovery systems and contemporary records management issues, including off-site storage, facilities management, and vital records. A certificate will be awarded to those attending all four modules.

 

Please follow this link for the brochure and registration form

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ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING:

BUT IT'S ALWAYS BEEN DONE THIS WAY

 

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: March 25         Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm

                                   Fee: $75.00              Location: Hollywood

                                   4 hours/.4CEUs         Instructor: Ronnie Glotzbach

 

In today's rapidly changing world, employees are challenged to find new ways to do things. No longer can they rely on how things have "always been done". But, old habits are hard to break. This program is designed to help break the habit of doing things in the usual way when they are no longer effective. Participants in this interesting and informative program will:

• Discover new techniques for problem solving
• Learn why it is important to challenge the boundaries you once took for granted
• Generate innovative ideas
• Create action plans that lead to success

 

Please follow this link for the brochure and registration form

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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE *New*
 

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: April 9             Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm

                                   Fee: $75.00               Location: Tamarac

                                   4 hours/.4CEUs          Instructor: Trina Pulliam

 

Emotional intelligence, a key ingredient to the success of any organization is critical. This introduction addresses skills and the personal responsibility of managing your emotions. Communication includes verbal and non-verbal clues, as well as using co-worker's reactions as information for your professional self and social management. This workshop will help you understand the Fundamental concepts of emotional intelligence and how the 3 competencies in the Self Awareness Domain affect you and those around you as well as how to manage yourself and your relationships.

 

Please follow this link for the brochure and registration form

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MANAGING YOUR LEADERSHIP STYLE:

Utilize Personality Type Preference to Maximize Executive Capacity *New*

 

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: April 14            Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm

                                   Fee: $75.00               Location: Boca Raton

                                   4 hours/.4CEUs          Instructor: Dr. Michael Gaffley CYC-P

 

Leadership is the collective energy capacity of a living organization that spawns new realities and systemic social change for all. Leaders create organizational culture. Have you discovered that if people do not get what they want, they take it anyway, anyhow? Participants will take a personality type test and will understand how their personality type communicates, makes decisions, interacts with others, and deals with conflict in the workplace. The source of productivity and fulfillment in personal and professional relationships is effective collaboration. Self-knowledge is key in today's high tech, interactive-intensive workplace. This is an excellent workshop for managers and supervisors who have to work with and through other people to accomplish the organizational mission.

 

Please follow this link for the brochure and registration form

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SPECIFICATION WRITING FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: April 30        Time: 8:30am - 4:30pm

                                     Fee: $110.00          Location: FDOT

                                     7 hours/.7CEUs      Instructor: Tom Blaine

 

This workshop examines methods that local governments can utilize when writing functional and performance specifications for the procurement of equipment and supplies, and Scope of Work for services procurement. Subjects covered in this session include:

• purpose and use of specifications in government procurement
• types of specifications and their use
• "hands on" development of perform- ance based specifications
• "hands on" development of "scopes of work" for services

 

Please follow this link for the brochure and registration form

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MANAGING CONFLICT IN THE WORKPLACE *New*

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: May 1          Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm

                                     Fee: $75.00           Location: Pompano Beach

                                     4 hours/.7CEUs      Instructor: Dr. Meridith Gould

 

This workshop is an experiential based training designed to provide individuals with new knowledge, skills and tools to better understand, manage and resolve conflicts with others. Through interactive scenarios, small and large group discussions and team-focused activities, participants will learn about conflict de-escalation, effective conflict styles, and constructive approaches to responding to conflict and how to communicate assertively and effectively when in conflict situations with others. Participants will practice how to respond to conflict situations by improving their communication, managing their emotions and anger and practicing emotional intelligence to improve interpersonal relationships with customers.

 

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CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYEES

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: May 14         Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm

                                    Fee: $75.00            Location: Tamarac

                                    4 hours/.4CEUs       Instructor: Steve Wishnack

 

This customer-centered workshop is recommended for any state or local government whose employees interact with customers on a regular basis. It specifically addresses attitudes and actions for improving the quality of customer relationships with both internal and external customers. It is an extremely interactive workshop presented in a manner that makes the session an enjoyable and valuable learning experience. Workshop topics include:

• healthy attitudes vs. deadly attitudes
• the impact of words-words to use vs. words to lose
• the power of a smile and the value of thank you
• customer MAGIC (making a good impression counts)
• why people stop coming back and how customers evaluate service
• telephone and email etiquette

 

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POWERFUL CONNECTIONS AT WORK - SUCCESSFUL NETWORKING SKILLS

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: June 4          Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm

                                    Fee: $75.00             Location: Hollywood

                                    4 hours/.4CEUs       Instructor: Laura Gambino

 


This workshop will teach you how to develop and enhance your networking skills at work. It explores traditional networking skills within the work place as well as emerging and social media practices. There will be ten identifiable skills you will learn that will make your network (and your net worth!) strong and powerful. Come and learn how to enhance your professional relationships by developing and expanding your network both inside and outside your daily work environment.
 

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DEALING WITH UNLICENSED CONTRACTORS *New*

 

Special: Send 4 participants and get the 5th free

 

Date: June 11         Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm

                                    Fee: $75.00             Location: Town of Davie

                                    4 hours/.4CEUs       Instructors: Skip Margerum and John Ciotti

 

This workshop will teach code officers the basics of the Florida Unlicensed Contractors Laws, Florida Statutes 489.127, and the "cooperative approach" required by agencies who investigate those incidents. The workshop will discuss the law and its applications in both law and code enforcement. Different strategies for investigation and the elements needed for successful case filing and prosecution of these cases will be addressed.
 

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