The APWA national, chapter, DCS and self-assessment websites will be down for system maintenance and upgrades from 11:00pm central time Friday, August 29th to approximately 12:00am central time, Saturday August 30th.
No matter your role in public works, APWA’s Professional Development program offers high quality online education and training for everyone. If you have expertise in a topic that you would like to share, please use the online Call for Presentation form to describe your expertise and perspective on the topic.
The Click, Listen and Learn programs are live webcasts that are recorded and offered for sale through the APWA website. The program is 2 hours long - a typical program would have 2 speakers each with a 50 minute presentation which allows for a 10 minute Q&A for each speaker.
So – share what you know.
Use the online submission form to get your name and topic included in the mix of potential future topics.
All submissions are reviewed and evaluated by APWA staff then forwarded to the appropriate technical committee for review. The evaluation process is competitive based on these criteria: (1) Relevance and Clarity (learning objectives are clearly stated using active verbs indicating exactly what the benefit would be to the learners); (2) Practical Application (presentation provides take-away knowledge material that can used by the learners in their day-to-day work settings); (3) Leading-edge (presentation addresses critical issues, emerging trends, innovative methods and technologies.)