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2019 Spring Session of the ACCG Lifelong Learning Academy

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The Spring edition of the ACCG Lifelong Learning Academy allows county officials the opportunity to gain valuable information in smaller, intimate learning environments. Smaller class sizes tend to foster a better learning experience as instructors are able to provide more personal interactions and promote a sense of community amongst participants. With fewer participants in class, you can connect more closely with county peers who share similar county concerns and exchange ideas/experiences. If you're interested in a learning environment where everyone is noticed and there are more opportunities for discussions that allow you to apply the knowledge acquired in class, then this is the session for you.

Review the class schedule below to map out your courses. (PLEASE NOTE: If you are working towards your core certification, this session is one of only two times each year that ACCG offers the two-day Property Appraisal & Taxation class.)

Class Schedule

March 21st   

CORE: Property Appraisal & Taxation (Day 1 of 2)

CORE: County Government Finance

CORE: Economic Development

SPECIALTY: Civic Engagement (CE)

SPECIALTY: Capital Improvement Planning (COM)

SPECIALTY: Constitutional Officers (IR)

SPECIALTY: Citizen Public Safety Initiatives (PS)

SPECIALTY:  Developing Financial Policies (RF) 

March 22nd

CORE: Property Appraisal & Taxation (Day 2 of 2)

CORE: County Government Law

CORE: Ethics

SPECIALTY: Public Works & Transportation (COM)

SPECIALTY: Using Incentives for Economic Development (ECD)

SPECIALTY: Crisis Management (IR)

SPECIALTY: Building Sustainable Communities (QL/SI)

SPECIALTY: Identifying Funding for Community Enhancements (QL/SI)

Mauldin & Jenkins
East West Bank
Georgia Transmission Corporation
Bo Phillips Company
ACCG, Georgia's County Association
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 700
Atlanta, GA 30303
phone: 404-522-5022 | fax: 404-525-2477 |