CAEC TRAINING | PAST WORKSHOP DOCUMENTATION | CALENDAR LIST(registration)
The Contract Administration Education Committee of APWA has been producing quality education since 2001. Our certificate program has been re-named as the CAEC Professional Certificate Program. CAEC Pro offers four levels of achievement: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
For members of APWA, CAEC Committee offered workshops are free, and non-members will be charged a nominal fee of $30 to help offset costs and continue to provide top-quality, responsive workshops.
As usual, additional CAEC workshops offered by our educational partner, MRSC will have varying fees in accordance with the level of effort needed to produce the workshop. Attending any workshop, either directly from the CAEC committee or from MRSC, will earn credit hours toward your Certificate of Achievement.
CAEC PRO WORKSHOPS
Due to COVID-19 CAEC training will be online in the form of webinars until further notice.
Webinars are developed and instructors and recruited by the CAEC. Webinars are 1 – 2 hours with a break included if appropriate. Public Works webinars offered by our educational partner MRSC will also qualify for CAEC certificate credits.
Contact Ronda Syverson, City of Camas, at email@example.com or (360) 817-7256 with any certificate-related questions.
Registration opens one month prior to the start date for each individual class. To register and/or for the complete schedule, workshop locations, and additional information about upcoming CAEC trainings please view the Calendar List. If you are planning a year out, sessions are typically held in the same months but topics rotate.
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To track your training hours view the Training Database.
CAEC PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
Qualifications to earn a certificate will be based upon attendance at workshops sponsored or sanctioned by the CAEC. Candidates will receive credits equal to the hours spent in workshop attendance, receiving, for example, 3 hours of credit for a 3-hour workshop. A minimum of 30 training hours is required to earn a certificate. Certificates of Achievement will be issued as follows:
Successful candidates will receive an official certificate and a letter of completion for their personnel file. While not requirement, individuals are encouraged to continue to attend 5 to 10 hours of public works contracting training annually.
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