Our volunteer driven chapter is active and involved all year long. We are proud of our acclaimed professional and technical education programs, such as Michigan Public Service Institute, our Annual Conference, and our technical workshop series. Our Chapter and Branches also host "Snowplow Roadeos," Equipment Shows, and local networking events. Get involved with Public Works professionals around the state - Join APWA Michigan Chapter!
Michigan Chapter Annual Conference, May 20-22, 2014
Featured Speaker: Randall Dean, the "Totally Obsessed" Time Management Guy - "Find an Extra Hour Every Day" Mr. Dean engages and informs with strategies to improve your productivity through e-mail management, personal organization, and the related use of new technology. Randy shares tips and tricks to manage your calendar and contacts for better time and relationship management. Don't miss this fun and informative training opportunity!
Additional Topics: MI-WARN: Improving Emergency Response Time Alternative Fuel: Implications for Fleet Management Succession Planning The Future is Now - The Karegnondi Water Pipeline Collaborative Purchasing and Asset Disposal Stormwater Management for Sustainable Communties Exploring Agri-Tourism Opportunities - Note: Separate Registration - Bus Tour on May 20th
Earn up to .5 CECs in the MDEQ Water/Wastewater Managerial Category Professional Engineers - Earn up to 11 Continuing Education Hours (CEHs.) More details: Download our registration flyer Download theShanty Creek Resort Lodging or for information about lodging, contact Shanty Creek Resort at 231.533.8621. Ask for the APWA Conference Rate.
Michigan Chapter Fleet Conference May 20-22, 2014 Location: Shanty Creek Resort, Bellaire, Michigan Join us for our 17th year for this conference.These sessions introduce fleet personnel to the latest repair technologies. They will meet others with similar jobs and challenges and find common solutions. The program also encompasses a vendor/trade show, with the opportunity to meet and speak to factory representatives and pick up information regarding their newest product lines pertaining to the repair and maintenance field. Some vendors will display their latest equipment on the market. Attendance at this full conference will earn CEUs.
Michigan Public Service Institute (MPSI) September 21 - 26, 2014 MPSI is a three-year training program that provides instruction expressly designed for public works supervisors, managers and directors. The MPSI course is divided into three one-week sessions (one week each year) focusing on training in public service and enhancing individual growth and professional development. The sessions are non-sequential and one may begin the three-year cycle at any time. Learn more.
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