Register for the Virginia Certified County Supervisors’ Program today

February 21, 2017

County Board members are community leaders who are charged with advancing their county into the future. The Virginia Certified County Supervisors’ Program is designed to provide Virginia’s county supervisors with the opportunity to do just that. This five-course program takes roughly two years to complete. Each course begins with an opening session, followed by six to seven weeks of home study, then ends with a closing session. Students who complete all five courses graduate in a ceremony before their peers during the VACo Annual Conference in November.

New and seasoned supervisors are welcome to attend. Three courses will be offered in 2017.

Managing While Leading: Understanding Your Powers, Duties, and Responsibilities | March 17, 2017 – May 12, 2017.
Location: Albemarle County Office Building

Funding Public Services in the 21st Century: The Role of Budgeting | June 2, 2017 – July 28, 2017. Location: Albemarle County Office Building

Making a Governance Difference: The Role of Purpose Driven Policy, Deliberation and Decision Making | September 2017 – November 11, 2017. Location: TBD and The Omni Homestead

Click here for more information on the Virginia Certified County Supervisors’ Program, or contact Amy Sales at 804.788.6652.

VACo Contact: Amy V. Sales, CMP

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