Learning the Tools for Success
City and town elected officials truly serve on the front lines of our American democracy. It can be a challenging responsibility, particularly for those recently elected. Yet with the proper preparation and training, municipal officials can assume responsibilities of office, smoothly and effectively.
Every four years, the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns (IACT) conducts Newly Elected Officials Training to provide basic information and tools for city and town officials, helping them manage their first weeks in office and build a foundation for a successful term. The 2015-2016 training assisted more than 1,000 city and town officials.
There are three phases to the training program. Beginning with a day-long workshop that will be offered in five locations across the state, Regional Training will focus on the first weeks in office. Phase two provides specific training for mayors and clerk-treasurers. Mayors School will immediately follow Regional Training and the Newly Elected Clerk-Treasurers Workshop will be offered in conjunction with Boot Camp. The final component is IACT Boot Camp, a three-day intensive basic training for municipal officials.
Please note that only incoming and current municipal officials and staff are eligible to register for IACT Newly Elected Officials events. IACT Associate Members and non-member businesses may contact Anne Trobaugh at email@example.com to learn more about sponsorship, advertising and exhibit hall opportunities.
Indiana Elected Municipal Officials Handbook
The Indiana Elected Municipal Officials Handbook is a 200-page reference guide published by IACT for city and town officials. The handbook reviews the structure and operations of city and town government, applicable statues and sources of state and federal programs. Each municipal official registered for Boot Camp will receive one of these coveted handbooks.
To order additional copies of the Handbook, or to purchase access to a digital copy, please submit a completed order form.
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