Whether you are newly elected or a seasoned veteran, being a municipal leader is a challenging job. Hone your skills and better serve your constituents through professional development in the Elected Officials Education Program (EOEP).

As Alberta’s only education program designed for elected officials, the EOEP can build your knowledge base, strengthen your interpersonal skills and provide you with tools to lead effectively.

Comprehensive.
The EOEP has a full roster of 21 courses.  Check out our course profiles.

Convenient.
All 21 courses are available for online learning at your own pace.  Professional development is at your fingertips. 

If you prefer to network with your peers and learn in an instructor-based environment, the EOEP is pleased to bring you the following courses in 2014. Due to popular demand, the Municipal Finance course to be offered during the AAMDC Spring Convention is SOLD OUT. Don’t hesitate in getting information about participating in the other upcoming in-person courses for 2014:

For questions about registering for upcoming courses or to learn more about the benefits of the EOEP, don’t hesitate to contact:

Susanne Semchuck, EOEP Registrar
1.403.346.1040
registrar@eoep.ca

Latest News

25 May 2017 16:47 AAMDC Guide for Declaring Municipal Agricultural Disasters Available Online

Agriculture producers in some parts of Alberta continue to struggle due to crops that were unable to be harvested in fall and with the current moisture conditions. AAMDC is reminding members that the AAMDC’s Guide for Declaring Municipal Agricultural Disasters in Alberta  is a useful tool for...

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25 May 2017 16:42 Resources for Municipalities on Wind Energy in Alberta

As part of the Alberta Climate Leadership Plan, the Government of Alberta has set a target to meet 30% of the province’s electricity needs through renewable energy by 2030. This target is expected to be achieved, in part, through an expansion of utility-sized wind electricity generation. The...

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25 May 2017 16:36 Webinar and Survey on Renewable Energy Decision Making

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF), through a 6-question survey and an online mapping exercise, is hoping to gain a better understanding of the critical community needs or cultural values that should be accounted for in decision making for renewable energy projects, including identifying specific...

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