Online Learning

The Florida League of Cities offers free online training for members. These "webinar" style trainings and forums are an excellent way to get valuable information on a specific topic or engage in meaningful discussion over the course of 60 minutes – without incurring travel costs. 

Choose the topic that interests you and click to register for that session. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your seat early! 

Upcoming Live Events (click on the date and topic to register)

 
Public Opinion- Safe Cities, Safe Florida
 
June 8: Responding in a Public Safety Crisis: what public opinion tells us 

Join Dr. Scott Paine during his monthly virtual forum discussing hot topics in ethics, public opinion and leadership. This month we are discussing the results of a statewide poll conducted for the Safe Cities, Safe Florida Initiative. Who do Floridians trust to keep them safe? How confident are they in local government's ability to tackle 21st century challenges to the well-being of our citizens and our communities? Together, with guest Steve Vancore, let's dive deep into the survey results to reveal what we can learn from public opinion. 

Brought to you by Safe Cities, Safe Florida
 

Arts, Cultural Toursim & Economic Dvlpmt
 
June 22: The Arts, Cultural Tourism & Economic Development

The power of art - its creativity, emotion and innovation - can transform a cityscape from mundane to marvelous. Whether it’s an iconic landmark or an intriguing downtown display, public art plays a critical role in how residents, visitors and investors experience a city. Join us for a virtual tour of downtown West Palm Beach and other locales that demonstrate the overwhelming difference art makes in our cities and how these investments benefit the economy.
 

Inspiring Leaders with Dr. Scott Paine
 
July 6: Conflicts with Personnel: Professional, not Personal

Join Dr. Scott Paine and special guest speakers the second Thursday of every month for a virtual forum to discuss hot topics in ethics, leadership and public opinion. This month we are joined by attorneys, Jay Daigneault and Randy Mora to talk municipal personnel – specifically, conflicts with personnel.

Councilmembers, mayors and municipal staff don’t always see eye-to-eye. Because the performance of senior staff affects the public interest, the concerns a municipality’s elected leadership might have about personnel often must play out in public meetings. How can such matters be addressed legally and ethically? Join us for an engaging discussion about how best to handle personnel matters without getting personal. 


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. System Requirements are: for PC-based attendees, Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server; for Macintosh®-based attendees Mac OS® X 10.4.11 (Tiger®) or newer.

NOTE: If you do not automatically receive the confirmation notice it may be because your security software thinks it is spam and is not allowing it into your email system or you may have entered your email address incorrectly during the registration process. You will also receive another notification email the day of the webinar which contains a unique link to enable you to enter the webinar at the designated time. If you do not receive this email please check with your in-house IT Department.

Online Learning (On Demand)