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The Institute for Public Administration's Delaware Certificate in Local Government is a chance for local government officials to grow, learn, and achieve.
Local governments are increasingly asked to do more, often with fewer resources. Local officials are frequently called upon to understand and make decisions on highly complex issues. Today's elected and appointed leaders must be well versed in everything from land-use planning, zoning, development review, FOIA, personnel law, economic development, housing, and many other issues. Our Local Government Training Program is intended to provide important and necessary knowledge for local officials so that they can make informed decisions for their towns and cities.
Upon completion of a total of 25 hours of education and training sessions in our program within a three-year period along with attendance at one or more Institute for Local Government Leaders held each fall, local officials will be informed that they have earned their Certificate in Local Government. These Certificates will be presented at IPA's annual Institute for Local Government Leaders.
No additional cost is associated with the awarding of this certification and recipients are invited to attend the Institute as IPA's guest to receive their certificate. Customary registration fees are $50-$100 for participation in most of the individual education and in-person training sessions while fees between $20-$50 are typical for remote learning sessions.
View upcoming training programs on our events page.
For more information about the Delaware Certificate in Local Government, contact Sean O'Neill.
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