Length: 3 minutes
Introducing CIS' New Employment Law and HR Podcast!
Join CIS Pre-Loss Attorney, Katie Kammer, for our new employment law podcast where Katie chats about interesting personnel-related topics, unveils helpful tips that you can apply to your everyday work life, and reminds you of those HR pitfalls that you should try to avoid.
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Oct. 18 or 19, 2018
Excessive force claims are not just expensive. When the public’s perception of the use of force by police is being led by the media, and officers’ actions are under intense scrutiny, these claims can be detrimental to the officer and department’s reputation. This one-day course is will provide officers with liability prevention and mitigation strategies; strategies that an officer can use later, if necessary, to prove the proper conduct was followed.
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In the Course Catalog, select "CLC Trainings" from the selections under "Categories", then select Go button.
Check out the quick links box to the right for more details.
For more information on how to log into the webinars email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have five courses for elected officials in the online catalog to assist with reducing risk and liability. Each course is 20-30 minutes. Click each title below to login to your Learning Center account and enroll in each course.
1) The Importance of Local Government,
2) Protecting Rights,
3) Being Ethical and Avoiding Conflicts of Interest,
4) Managing Multiple Roles, and
5) Community Leadership Strategy
CLICK HERE for a more detailed description of each module.
New vendors for our CIS Learning Center have been selected. We selected Saba Cloud as our learning management system (LMS) provider and OpenSesame for course content. We will continue to offer a variety of courses, especially topics that have the highest usage and those required for OSHA and other certifications. More details will be forthcoming as we move into the implementation process this month. The roll-out to members will begin January 2019. We will be posting regular updates and action items on this page. Check herefor the most up-to-date information. We are looking forward to creating a user-friendly and engaging learning environment.