2017 Fall Open Enrollment

Professional Development and Recertification Courses for
Local Government, State and Non-Profit Personnel

Effective Leadership October 19 Tamarac
Supporting Your Boss’s Success October 31 Delray Beach
Customer Service for Public Sector Employees November 8 DOT
Special Magistrates and Code Enforcement November 14 Hollywood
Kaizen…Creating a Continuous Improvement Culture November 15 Tamarac
Certificate Program in Public Records Management Nov 30/Dec 1 DOT
Open Government in The State Of Florida: Public Records Law & Florida Government-In-The-Sunshine December 5 Boca Raton
Workshop for Coordinators and Secretaries to Code Enforcement Boards and Special Magistrates December 7 Miramar

How to Take Advantage of These Opportunities!

To Register: The deadline for registering is two weeks prior to the date of the class. Please complete the form, indicating the class(es) you wish to attend, and return the registration form with a check, or purchase order. You may fax your registration to 561/297-4479 and send the check or purchase order separately. We are also able to accept payment by agency credit/purchasing card or individual credit/debit cards. If you wish to pay in that manner, please call 561/297-3749 (our website does not provide a secure method for paying via credit card). Registration fees cover course materials and morning refreshments. Participants will be on their own for lunch. Confirmation and driving directions will be sent to you by email upon receipt of your registration form.

Rescheduling Fee: $20.00 administrative fee for rescheduling.

Cancellation: Cancellation requests must be submitted in writing and received no later than one week prior to the day of the class. In such cases a $30.00 administrative fee, will be charged. No cancellation requests will be honored after that date. Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal or waive the administration fee. We reserve the right to cancel a class; in that case, registration fees will be refunded in full. If you prefer a credit to reschedule the class, the credit must be used within one year of the date of class.

For more information: Please call us at 561/297-3749 or email sshannon@fau.edu. Please call us at least seven days in advance if you require reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act.


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Officer Safety And Field Applications • Nov. 6 – 9, 2017

Date and Time

Dates: November 6-9, 2017
Time: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Fee Structure

Active F.A.C.E. members: $13.00/hour Non-members: $17.00/hour
Week of classes is $390.00 for members, $510.00 for non-members.

Location

City of Hollywood, 2600 Hollywood Boulevard 33020.

Classes

In conjunction with the Florida Association of Code Enforcement, Inc. (F.A.C.E.) and the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at the University of Central Florida, the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at FAU is pleased to offer the 40 hours of classes required for the Fundamentals of Code Enforcement Certification.

Registration Information

The deadline for registering is October 23, 2017. Due to the strong interest in the certification program and limitations on class size, registrations will be confirmed only if they are accompanied by payment or a purchase order. Please contact our office at 561/297-3749 if you wish to pay with a credit card. Refunds must be requested in writing and received no later than seven days prior to the first day of the classes. Fees will be refunded less a $75.00 administrative fee. All monies are forfeited beyond this date. Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal or refund request. We reserve the right to cancel the classes; in that case, the registration fees will be refunded in full.

A $65.00 fee applies to all rescheduled classes.

Exam

The Officer Safety and Field Application exam will be given on Thursday, November 9 at the City of Hollywood In order to be eligible to take the examination, you must have completed all 30 hours of the Officer Safety classroom instruction.  The fee for the exam is $85.00 for F.A.C.E. members if payment is received by October 25 and $120.00 thereafter.  The examination fee for non-members is $135.00 and $170.00 if payment is received after October 25.

YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE FOR THE EXAM AT:

https://iog.ucf.edu/CourseStatus.awp?&course=018-1109

All F.A.C.E. EXAM REGISTRATIONS ARE THROUGH THE UCF IOG OFFICE


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Administrative Aspects Of Code Enforcement • October 23 – 27, 2017

Date and Time

Dates: October 23-27, 2017
Time: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Fee Structure

Active F.A.C.E. members: $13.00/hour Non-members: $17.00/hour
Week of classes is $520.00 for members, $680.00 for non-members.

Location

FAU campus in Davie  3200 College Avenue.

Classes

In conjunction with the Florida Association of Code Enforcement, Inc. (F.A.C.E.) and the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at the University of Central Florida, the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at FAU is pleased to offer the 40 hours of classes required for the Fundamentals of Code Enforcement Certification.

Registration Information

The deadline for registering is October 9, 2017. Due to the strong interest in the certification program and limitations on class size; registration will be confirmed only if they are accompanied by payment. Please contact our office at 561/297-3749 if you wish to pay with a credit card. Refunds must be requested in writing and received no later than seven days prior to the first day of the classes, Fees will be refunded less a $75.00 administrative fee. All monies are forfeited beyond this date. Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal or refund request.

A $65.00 fee applies to all rescheduled classes.


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Emotional Intelligence: Dealing with People & Situations • September 18 & December 4, 2017

Dates and Times

Date:
Time:
Location:
September 18, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Miramar Fire Rescue
December 4, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Village of Palm Springs

Class

The Florida Association of Code Enforcement (F.A.C.E.) and the Florida Institute Of Government at FAU are partnering to offer the newly developed continuing education course on Emotional Intelligence: Dealing with People & Situations in the south Florida area.

This six hour workshop is designed for Code Enforcement personnel, Law Enforcement Officers, and other governmental staff to assist in managing emotions in a healthy constructive way when confronted with difficult people and situations.   Learn techniques that keep you in tune and help you understand how you affect others in interpersonal relations.  Whether in the field, the office, or your personal life, reducing personality conflicts, complaining, and misunderstandings can lead to a more productive and effective life.

About the Instructor

This workshop is being presented by an experienced F.A.C.E. trainer that has 42 years of real life interpersonal skills earned as a Police Officer and Code Enforcement Officer.  After attending this workshop, you will understand why Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is more important than IQ in predicting success.

 


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Supervision in Government: A ‘New Supervisor’ Training Series • September-October 2017

NOTE: You must be in the Palm Beach, Indian River, Martin or St. Lucie County areas to participate in this course.

Date and Time

Tuesdays, Morning Sessions- 8:30-12:00; Afternoon Sessions- 1:00-4:30

Day 1 September 20 – Module 1 & 2
Day 2 September 27 – Module 3 & 4
Day 3 October 4 – Module 5 & 6
Day 4 October 11 – Module 7 & 8

Location

Hosting City – City of Delray Beach, 434 S. Swinton Avenue  33444

Class

For over 15 years, Supervision in Government has been offered throughout Broward County to new supervisors or supervisors new togovernment.  This unique program specifically addresses similaragency issues, workforce changes, and varying performance standards within government.   Participants learn how to develop and coach staff while working within specific guidelines, policies, and collective bargaining agreementscommon to many public organizations.  They will have an opportunity to network with other governmental supervisors and share practical ideas for managing employee performance.  The series includes the following eight 3.5 hour modules:

Day 1 Module 1 – Transitioning from Employee to Supervisor
Module 2 – Interviewing and Hiring Within Legal Boundaries
Day 2 Module 3 – Legal Side of Supervision
Module 4 – Communicating in the New Role
Day 3 Module 5 – Performance Management for Results
Module 6 – Delegating With Empowerment
Day 4 Module 7 – Progressive Discipline
Module 8 – Coaching through Feedback

Cost

$450 per participant; inclusive of materials, morning refreshments, Certificate of Completion, 28 Continuing Education hours, 2.8 CEUs

About the Instructor

Bach Training & Development Training Team… More than 30 years of government training experience!


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Administrative Aspects Of Code Enforcement • July 24 – 28, 2017

Date and Time

Dates: July 24-28, 2017
Time: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Fee Structure

Active F.A.C.E. members: $13.00/hour Non-members: $17.00/hour
Week of classes is $520.00 for members, $680.00 for non-members.

Location

FAU campus in Davie  3200 College Avenue.

Classes

In conjunction with the Florida Association of Code Enforcement, Inc. (F.A.C.E.) and the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at the University of Central Florida, the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at FAU is pleased to offer the 40 hours of classes required for the Fundamentals of Code Enforcement Certification.

Registration Information

The deadline for registering is July 10, 2017. Due to the strong interest in the certification program and limitations on class size; registration will be confirmed only if they are accompanied by payment. Please contact our office at 561/297-3749 if you wish to pay with a credit card. Refunds must be requested in writing and received no later than seven days prior to the first day of the classes, Fees will be refunded less a $75.00 administrative fee. All monies are forfeited beyond this date. Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal or refund request.

A $65.00 fee applies to all rescheduled classes.


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CLASS IS FILLED

Fundamentals of Code Enforcement • July 17 – 21, 2017

Date and Time

Dates: July 17 – 21, 2017
Time: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Fee Structure

Active F.A.C.E. members: $13.00/hour Non-members: $17.00/hour
Week of classes is $520.00 for members, $680.00 for non-members.

Exam fee payable to UCF $85.00 active member, $135.00 non-member. Late fee will apply for payments after July 7.  Refer to the course brochure below for more details.

Location

Port St. Lucie City Hall located at 121 S.W. Port St. Lucie Boulevard.

Classes

In conjunction with the Florida Association of Code Enforcement, Inc. (F.A.C.E.) and the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at the University of Central Florida, the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at FAU is pleased to offer the 40 hours of classes required for the Fundamentals of Code Enforcement Certification.

Registration Information

The deadline for registering is July 3, 2017. Due to the strong interest in the certification program and limitations on class size; registration will be confirmed only if they are accompanied by payment. Please contact our office at 561/297-3749 if you wish to pay with a credit card. Refunds must be requested in writing and received no later than seven days prior to the first day of the classes, Fees will be refunded less a $75.00 administrative fee. All monies are forfeited beyond this date. Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal or refund request.

A $65.00 fee applies to all rescheduled classes.


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CLASS IS FILLED

Supervision in Government: A ‘New Supervisor’ Training Series • June 2017

NOTE: You must be in the Palm Beach, Indian River, Martin or St. Lucie County areas to participate in this course.

Date and Time

Tuesdays, Morning Sessions- 8:30-12:00; Afternoon Sessions- 1:00-4:30

Day 1 June 6 – Module 1 & 2
Day 2 June 13 – Module 3 & 4
Day 3 June 20 – Module 5 & 6
Day 4 June 27 – Module 7 & 8

Location

Hosting City – Palm Springs Municipal Hall
226 Cypress Lane, Palm Springs 33461

Class

For over 15 years, Supervision in Government has been offered throughout Broward County to new supervisors or supervisors new to government.  This unique program specifically addresses similar agency issues, workforce changes, and varying performance standards within government.   Participants learn how to develop and coach staff while working within specific guidelines, policies, and collective bargaining agreements common to many public organizations.  They will have an opportunity to network with other governmental supervisors and share practical ideas for managing employee performance.  The series includes the following eight 3.5 hour modules:

Day 1 Module 1 – Transitioning from Employee to Supervisor
Module 2 – Interviewing and Hiring Within Legal Boundaries
Day 2 Module 3 – Legal Side of Supervision
Module 4 – Communicating in the New Role
Day 3 Module 5 – Performance Management for Results
Module 6 – Coaching through Feedback
Day 4 Module 7 – Progressive Discipline
Module 8 – Delegating With Empowerment

Cost

$425 per participant; inclusive of materials, morning refreshments, Certificate of Completion, 28 Continuing Education hours, 2.8 CEUs

About the Instructor

Bach Training & Development Training Team… More than 30 years of government training experience!


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CLASS IS FILLED

Legal Issues Of Code Enforcement • March – April 2017

Date and Time

Dates: March 27, 29, April 4, 6 11, 20, 24, 26, 2017
Time: See Brochure

Fee Structure

Active F.A.C.E. members: $13.00/hour Non-members: $17.00/hour

Location

FAU campus in Davie, 3200 College Avenue.

Classes

In conjunction with the Florida Association of Code Enforcement, Inc. (F.A.C.E.) and the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at the University of Central Florida, the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at FAU is pleased to offer the classes  and  review required for the  Legal Issues of  Code Enforcement Certification:

Registration Information

The deadline for registering is March 13, 2017. Due to the strong interest in the certification program and limitations on class size; registration will be confirmed only if they are accompanied by payment. Please contact our office at 561/297-3749 if you wish to pay with a credit card. Refunds must be requested in writing and received no later than seven days prior to the first day of the classes, Fees will be refunded less a $75.00 administrative fee. All monies are forfeited beyond this date. Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal or refund request.

A $65.00 fee applies to all rescheduled classes.


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