The Elected Officials Education Program (EOEP) has experienced significant growth over the last few months by expanding its online-based curriculum. EOEP students now have the opportunity to take 13 of the 21 EOEP courses through online learning.

Online learning offers flexibility in scheduling as elected officials can register at any time and have up to sixty days to complete each course. Learning costs are also reduced as there is no travel needed and the majority of online courses are offered at only $250 each. The EOEP is continuing to expand its online course offerings so students have a choice for their learning preferences.

In addition to the EOEP’s online offerings, the EOEP will be hosting four course seminars this fall in Edmonton. Those seminars include:

  1. Affordable Housing
  2. Sustainability
  3. Regional Partnerships and Collaboration       (during AAMDC convention)
  4. Effective Decision Making                             (during AAMDC convention)

For more information, or to register, visit www.eoep.ca.

The EOEP was developed to provide municipally elected officials with an opportunity to broaden their knowledge and skills, raising the quality of municipal government and enabling those in office to effectively achieve the goals of their community.

The Alberta Elected Officials Education Program Corporation (AEOEPC) is a jointly owned subsidiary of both the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties (AAMDC) and the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA).

Enquiries may be directed to:

Sheena Linderman
EOEP Registrar
Phone: 403.346.1040
Email:  registrar@eoep.ca

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