The Rocky Mountain Public Works Institute provides a regional program that educates and elevates public works employees, helping them achieve their management and leadership potential through interactive classes taught by experienced public works officials. The Institute follows the proven APWA model that has been successfully implemented by a number of other APWA chapters throughout the country.
Core topics include:
• Supervisory techniques and skills
• Basic management skills
• Communication skills
• Leadership skills
• Community service/customer orientation skills
• Legal understanding
• Fundamentals of government
• Resource management skills
• Public works operations
• Creating the future
The 2020 Rocky Mountain Public Works Institute will take place in the Denver metro area at the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District office (2480 W. 26th Avenue) with five 2-day sessions held every other month starting in January and concluding with the Annual Chapter Conference in the fall. Tuition will be $1700 with half due at acceptance into the program and the second half due in the first quarter of 2020 allowing agencies to split costs over two budget years. Tuition includes training, materials, morning snacks and lunch for each session and Annual Chapter Conference registration.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2020 session. Please see the attached flyer and application form for more information. Applications can be submitted to Pamela at the email below.