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With its wide range of course topics, the 40-hour Municipal Clerks Certificate Training Program satisfies the educational requirements for the designation of the Certified Municipal Clerk and Master Municipal Clerks.
The Office of Municipal Clerk, sometimes referred to by the title of City Secretary or Town Administrator, is at the very hub of local governance. In support of the key role that is played by the municipal clerk, the International Institute of Municipal Clerks recognizes 46 state, provincial, or regional education centers in the United States and Canada that provide programs of instruction that qualify individuals for the designation of Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC).
The University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration conducts an annual series of municipal clerks training sessions, which enrolls municipal and county staff from throughout the state of Delaware and the surrounding region. Participation in this training over a three-year cycle satisfies the educational requirements for the CMC designation.
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The Fall 2020 Delaware Municipal Clerks Institute is a 32-hour program consisting of six session days: September 11, 18, 25, and October 2, 9, 16. The Institute will be hosted virtually via Zoom.
View the updated schedule of sessions, including MMC course options.
Registration is now closed for the 2020 institute. If you are interested in additional training opportunities, visit our Upcoming Events page.
For more information about the Municipal Clerks Institute, contact Leann Moore.