Education Catalog (Classroom-Based)

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Flagger Training
This instructor-led Flagger Training will be conducted for individuals who have flagging responsibilities on ANY ROAD OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Others who would benefit from this course include: utility companies working on low volume roads, law enforcement personnel, municipal managers and elected officials (to understand the importance, and for budgeting purposes). This course has been designed to meet the PennDOT Publication 408 flagger training requirements mandated for all flaggers in Pennsylvania.

11/28/18 - Lebanon County


Is Selling Your Water/Wastewater Systems Right for Your Township

With the passage of new laws and ever-increasing environmental and capital requirements, many Pennsylvania townships are considering monetizing their water and wastewater systems. Come join peers from throughout your region to learn about the legal and practical implications of water/sewer system sales, as well as other options, from veterans of many of these transactions, including township officials and lawyers from Dilworth Paxson who represented a number of municipalities in these sales, including several to municipal authorities and the first two Act 12 closings in the Commonwealth.

This course is eligible for 3 PMGA secondary credits.

 

1/23/19 - Chester County


NIMS and the Incident Command System

Elected and appointed township officials and employees must have a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities in order to develop a successful local emergency management program. To achieve this goal, the Pa. Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) requires all municipal officials to successfully complete federal training on the National Incident Management System (NIMS), which is intended to improve local emergency response coordination, and on the Incident Command System (ICS), which helps your emergency management team make effective, consistent, and timely decisions during an emergency.

This class is eligible for 2 PMGA secondary credits.

 

2/20/19 - Washington County

3/12/19 - Centre County


Performing Annual MS4 Outfall Inspections

In this class, attendees will learn a workable, effective framework for establishing a hierarchy for outfall inspections, a protocol for performing inspections in the field, and method for inspecting documenting and addressing potential illicit discharges. This class, which will be led by Mark Harman of ARRO Consulting, will benefit everyone involved in your township’s stormwater management program, including supervisors, managers/secretaries, and public works management and staff.

This class is eligible for 2 PMGA Public Works Primary credits, or 2 PMGA secondary credits.

 

12/12/18 - Lancaster County

1/9/19 - Cumberland County

2/13/19 - Bucks County



Spring Emergency Management Educational Forum

Join your EMC colleagues from around the state and hear informative presentations from local and state emergency management personnel at this highly-interactive meeting, as well as hear the latest news and information from PEMA and TEMA. Additional presentations will address in-depth and practical ways to ensure the development and maintenance of an effective and efficient emergency operation program, and will highlight township exercise practices.

 

4/14/19 - Dauphin County


Spring Engineers Seminar

The spring Township Engineer’s Seminar is a separate event held in conjunction with the PSATS Annual Educational Conference in Hershey, PA. Each day’s agenda includes important issues of interest to municipal engineers and their local government clients taught by knowledgeable and respected subject matter experts. We encourage your attendance at both these short, but interactive and informative sessions, each of which provide 3 PDHs.

* A separate conference registration is required to attend any conference events or activities.

 

4/15-16/19 - Dauphin County


Spring PAAZO Educational Forum

This full-day program explores issues that zoning officers, planning and zoning officials face on a regular basis, and discusses effective strategies to address them. Attendees are eligible to receive five (5) continuing education credits toward their "Certified Zoning Officer" designation and 5 PMGA elective credits.

 

4/14/19 - Dauphin County


Spring Solicitors Seminar

This seminar will cover a wide variety of emerging and important trends and issues vital to the practice of every municipal solicitor. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from experts and network with your peers from around the state. 5 CLE credits will be available.

This class is eligible for 5 CLE credits (included).

 

4/15/19 - Dauphin County


The Township Role in Emergency Management

One of the most fundamental responsibilities of every township is to protect the health, welfare, and safety of its residents. Whatever the natural and man-made hazards your township faces, it must prepare to “handle them all”. And while the leadership of the Board of Supervisors is crucial to the ultimate success of your emergency management responsibilities, so, too, is the active involvement of your township’s appointed Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC) and the rest of your emergency management team. This course will provide detailed instructions on how to structure your emergency management team and make an emergency operations plan (EOP) that is responsive to the threats faced by your township.

This class is eligible for 2 PMGA secondary credits

 

2/20/19 - Washington County

3/12/19 - Centre County