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“SMALL CITIES/RURAL COMMUNITIES PERSPECTIVE ON LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT” Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.   Webinar, 12-1 PM Central time (1-2 PM Eastern, 11 AM - 12 PM Mountain, 10 - 11 AM Pacific)
When: December 02, 2020

The Principles of PW Self-Assessment virtual workshop has been developed with a focus on understanding the practices and completing the self-assessment process using the manual and software.
When: December 03, 2020

Spotlight On... Series.   Plan to set aside one afternoon a month for a new virtual learning experience. The second Tuesday of each month from August through July, APWA will offer education in 12 key public works focus areas. The series features sessions on relevant topics - most of which were selected for 2020 PWX, presented in varying formats to maximize participant learning and engagement. Webinar: 2:00 pm  ET | 1:00 pm CT | 12:00 pm MT | 11:00 am PT
When: December 08, 2020


When: December 15, 2020

Public works, like many other industries, faces serious challenges in developing its workforce that have only been amplified by COVID-19. An aging workforce, a growing ‘skills gap’, and falling revenues all can contribute to difficulties in filling critical public works positions. Join us for a live virtual panel of public works leaders from across the country discussing the unique issues the public works workforce faces and innovative strategies they have implemented.
When: December 15, 2020

Reopening government facilities for employees and the public after a pandemic is more than just unlocking doors.  Leaders must consider the safety of everyone that enters the building, and safety requires planning.  This panel will discuss challenges and innovations related to facility cleaning as well as the leadership required to open government facilities to the public and employees.   Webinar, 10-11 AM Central time (11 AM - 12 PM Eastern, 9-10 AM Mountain, 8-9 AM Pacific)
When: December 16, 2020

Join Government Affairs staff and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for PWX@Home Third Thursday Advocacy Jams to discuss public works policy issues, such as public right-of-way, emergency management, workforce development, water resources, and surface transportation. In addition to interactive discussion inspired by PWX Happy Hour Jams, Third Thursday Advocacy Jams will, when needed, include legislative and public policy updates. Come join the conversation!   Webinar, 2:30 – 3:30 PM Central time (3:30 – 4:30 PM Eastern, 1:30 – 2:30 PM Mountain, 12:30 – 1:30 PM Pacific)
When: December 17, 2020

“SMALL CITIES/RURAL COMMUNITIES PERSPECTIVE ON ASSET MANAGEMENT” Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.   Webinar, 12-1 PM Central time (1-2 PM Eastern, 11 AM - 12 PM Mountain, 10 - 11 AM Pacific)
When: January 06, 2021

“SMALL CITIES/RURAL COMMUNITIES PERSPECTIVE ON ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY” Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.   Webinar, 1:30 - 2:30 PM Central time (2:30 - 3:30 PM Eastern, 12:30  - 1:30 PM Mountain, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific)
When: January 06, 2021

This unique course combines the benefits of an in-person workshop with the convenience of on-line learning.  The course will include 2 class sessions of 2 hours in duration for 4 weeks, allowing for instructor interactions, peer networking, and on-line discussions. Live instruction sessions will be recorded and can be watched by participants who have a conflict with the live class time or revisited by participants. The program is based on the newly revised APWA Construction Inspection Manual and is designed for construction inspectors of various experience levels. All facets of public project inspection are covered, including the roles and responsibilities of an inspector, legal/ risk management and regulatory issues, documentation and communication, and project close-out. This program will be worth 2.0 CEU credits or 20 hours of CPII recertification credit.
When: January 12, 2021

Spotlight On... Series.   Plan to set aside one afternoon a month for a new virtual learning experience. The second Tuesday of each month from August through July, APWA will offer education in 12 key public works focus areas. The series features sessions on relevant topics - most of which were selected for 2020 PWX, presented in varying formats to maximize participant learning and engagement. Webinar: 2:00 pm  ET | 1:00 pm CT | 12:00 pm MT | 11:00 am PT
When: January 12, 2021

Asset management practices and approaches vary widely from country and country. In Australia, asset management typically refers to strategic long-term financial planning and resource allocation across all asset categories. In the United States, asset management may refer to pavement management practices or GIS inventories. In some countries, asset management and long-term financial plans are compulsory for municipalities. In other countries, approaches vary across states and provinces. There is also variation in capacity building globally and a plethora of resources and training available. Hosted by APWA’s International Affairs Committee, this moderated panel discussion will focus on different asset management implementations around the world, as well as international standards, lessons learned, and how to get started.  Webinar, 3:00-4:30 PM Central time (4:00-5:30 PM Eastern, 2:00-3:30 PM Mountain, 1:00 - 2:30 PM Pacific)
When: January 14, 2021

Join Government Affairs staff and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for PWX@Home Third Thursday Advocacy Jams to discuss public works policy issues, such as public right-of-way, emergency management, workforce development, water resources, and surface transportation. In addition to interactive discussion inspired by PWX Happy Hour Jams, Third Thursday Advocacy Jams will, when needed, include legislative and public policy updates. Come join the conversation!   Webinar, 2:30 – 3:30 PM Central time (3:30 – 4:30 PM Eastern, 1:30 – 2:30 PM Mountain, 12:30 – 1:30 PM Pacific)
When: January 21, 2021

“SMALL CITIES/RURAL COMMUNITIES PERSPECTIVE ON WATER RESOURCES” Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.   Webinar, 12-1 PM Central time (1-2 PM Eastern, 11 AM - 12 PM Mountain, 10 - 11 AM Pacific)
When: February 03, 2021

Spotlight On... Series.   Plan to set aside one afternoon a month for a new virtual learning experience. The second Tuesday of each month from August through July, APWA will offer education in 12 key public works focus areas. The series features sessions on relevant topics - most of which were selected for 2020 PWX, presented in varying formats to maximize participant learning and engagement. Webinar: 2:00 pm  ET | 1:00 pm CT | 12:00 pm MT | 11:00 am PT
When: February 09, 2021

Join Government Affairs staff and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for PWX@Home Third Thursday Advocacy Jams to discuss public works policy issues, such as public right-of-way, emergency management, workforce development, water resources, and surface transportation. In addition to interactive discussion inspired by PWX Happy Hour Jams, Third Thursday Advocacy Jams will, when needed, include legislative and public policy updates. Come join the conversation!   Webinar, 2:30 – 3:30 PM Central time (3:30 – 4:30 PM Eastern, 1:30 – 2:30 PM Mountain, 12:30 – 1:30 PM Pacific)
When: February 18, 2021

“SMALL CITIES/RURAL COMMUNITIES PERSPECTIVE ON SOLID WASTE” Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.   Webinar, 12-1 PM Central time (1-2 PM Eastern, 11 AM - 12 PM Mountain, 10 - 11 AM Pacific)
When: March 03, 2021

Spotlight On... Series.   Plan to set aside one afternoon a month for a new virtual learning experience. The second Tuesday of each month from August through July, APWA will offer education in 12 key public works focus areas. The series features sessions on relevant topics - most of which were selected for 2020 PWX, presented in varying formats to maximize participant learning and engagement. Webinar: 2:00 pm  ET | 1:00 pm CT | 12:00 pm MT | 11:00 am PT
When: March 09, 2021

Join Government Affairs staff and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for PWX@Home Third Thursday Advocacy Jams to discuss public works policy issues, such as public right-of-way, emergency management, workforce development, water resources, and surface transportation. In addition to interactive discussion inspired by PWX Happy Hour Jams, Third Thursday Advocacy Jams will, when needed, include legislative and public policy updates. Come join the conversation!   Webinar, 2:30 – 3:30 PM Central time (3:30 – 4:30 PM Eastern, 1:30 – 2:30 PM Mountain, 12:30 – 1:30 PM Pacific)
When: March 18, 2021

Spotlight On... Series.   Plan to set aside one afternoon a month for a new virtual learning experience. The second Tuesday of each month from August through July, APWA will offer education in 12 key public works focus areas. The series features sessions on relevant topics - most of which were selected for 2020 PWX, presented in varying formats to maximize participant learning and engagement.                                                                             *** CLICK THE TITLE FOR FULL LISTING ***
When: April 01, 2021

Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.                                                                                                                       *** CLICK THE TITLE TO SEE FULL PROGRAM DESCRIPTION WITH ALL WEBINAR DATES/TIMES ***                    *** REGISTRATION:  JULY 8, 2020 thru APRIL 1, 2021 ***
When: April 01, 2021

Join Government Affairs staff and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for PWX@Home Third Thursday Advocacy Jams to discuss public works policy issues, such as public right-of-way, emergency management, workforce development, water resources, and surface transportation. In addition to interactive discussion inspired by PWX Happy Hour Jams, Third Thursday Advocacy Jams will, when needed, include legislative and public policy updates. Come join the conversation!                                   *** CLICK THE TITLE TO SEE FULL PROGRAM DESCRIPTION WITH ALL WEBINAR DATES/TIMES ***                    *** REGISTRATION:  JULY 8, 2020 thru APRIL 1, 2021 ***
When: April 01, 2021

“SMALL CITIES/RURAL COMMUNITIES PERSPECTIVE ON FACILITIES & GROUNDS” Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.   Webinar, 12-1 PM Central time (1-2 PM Eastern, 11 AM - 12 PM Mountain, 10 - 11 AM Pacific)
When: April 07, 2021

Spotlight On... Series.   Plan to set aside one afternoon a month for a new virtual learning experience. The second Tuesday of each month from August through July, APWA will offer education in 12 key public works focus areas. The series features sessions on relevant topics - most of which were selected for 2020 PWX, presented in varying formats to maximize participant learning and engagement. Webinar: 2:00 pm  ET | 1:00 pm CT | 12:00 pm MT | 11:00 am PT
When: April 13, 2021

Join Government Affairs staff and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for PWX@Home Third Thursday Advocacy Jams to discuss public works policy issues, such as public right-of-way, emergency management, workforce development, water resources, and surface transportation. In addition to interactive discussion inspired by PWX Happy Hour Jams, Third Thursday Advocacy Jams will, when needed, include legislative and public policy updates. Come join the conversation!   Webinar, 2:30 – 3:30 PM Central time (3:30 – 4:30 PM Eastern, 1:30 – 2:30 PM Mountain, 12:30 – 1:30 PM Pacific)
When: April 15, 2021

“SMALL CITIES/RURAL COMMUNITIES PERSPECTIVE ON SUSTAINABILITY” Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.   Webinar, 12-1 PM Central time (1-2 PM Eastern, 11 AM - 12 PM Mountain, 10 - 11 AM Pacific)
When: May 05, 2021

Spotlight On... Series.   Plan to set aside one afternoon a month for a new virtual learning experience. The second Tuesday of each month from August through July, APWA will offer education in 12 key public works focus areas. The series features sessions on relevant topics - most of which were selected for 2020 PWX, presented in varying formats to maximize participant learning and engagement. Webinar: 2:00 pm  ET | 1:00 pm CT | 12:00 pm MT | 11:00 am PT
When: May 11, 2021

Join Government Affairs staff and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for PWX@Home Third Thursday Advocacy Jams to discuss public works policy issues, such as public right-of-way, emergency management, workforce development, water resources, and surface transportation. In addition to interactive discussion inspired by PWX Happy Hour Jams, Third Thursday Advocacy Jams will, when needed, include legislative and public policy updates. Come join the conversation!   Webinar, 2:30 – 3:30 PM Central time (3:30 – 4:30 PM Eastern, 1:30 – 2:30 PM Mountain, 12:30 – 1:30 PM Pacific)
When: May 20, 2021

“SMALL CITIES/RURAL COMMUNITIES PERSPECTIVE ON EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT” Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.   Webinar, 12-1 PM Central time (1-2 PM Eastern, 11 AM - 12 PM Mountain, 10 - 11 AM Pacific)
When: June 02, 2021

Spotlight On... Series.   Plan to set aside one afternoon a month for a new virtual learning experience. The second Tuesday of each month from August through July, APWA will offer education in 12 key public works focus areas. The series features sessions on relevant topics - most of which were selected for 2020 PWX, presented in varying formats to maximize participant learning and engagement. Webinar: 2:00 pm  ET | 1:00 pm CT | 12:00 pm MT | 11:00 am PT
When: June 08, 2021

Join Government Affairs staff and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for PWX@Home Third Thursday Advocacy Jams to discuss public works policy issues, such as public right-of-way, emergency management, workforce development, water resources, and surface transportation. In addition to interactive discussion inspired by PWX Happy Hour Jams, Third Thursday Advocacy Jams will, when needed, include legislative and public policy updates. Come join the conversation!   Webinar, 2:30 – 3:30 PM Central time (3:30 – 4:30 PM Eastern, 1:30 – 2:30 PM Mountain, 12:30 – 1:30 PM Pacific)
When: June 17, 2021

“SMALL CITIES/RURAL COMMUNITIES PERSPECTIVE ON TRANSPORTATION” Small cities and rural communities often face similar challenges as larger and urban communities but due to fewer resources, solutions often require a different approach and creativity.  Join this panel discussion the first Wednesday of each month to hear the perspective of public works professionals in small cities and rural communities.   Webinar, 12-1 PM Central time (1-2 PM Eastern, 11 AM - 12 PM Mountain, 10 - 11 AM Pacific)
When: July 07, 2021

Spotlight On... Series.   Plan to set aside one afternoon a month for a new virtual learning experience. The second Tuesday of each month from August through July, APWA will offer education in 12 key public works focus areas. The series features sessions on relevant topics - most of which were selected for 2020 PWX, presented in varying formats to maximize participant learning and engagement. Webinar: 2:00 pm  ET | 1:00 pm CT | 12:00 pm MT | 11:00 am PT
When: July 13, 2021

Join Government Affairs staff and volunteer leaders from the U.S. and Canada for PWX@Home Third Thursday Advocacy Jams to discuss public works policy issues, such as public right-of-way, emergency management, workforce development, water resources, and surface transportation. In addition to interactive discussion inspired by PWX Happy Hour Jams, Third Thursday Advocacy Jams will, when needed, include legislative and public policy updates. Come join the conversation!   Webinar, 2:30 – 3:30 PM Central time (3:30 – 4:30 PM Eastern, 1:30 – 2:30 PM Mountain, 12:30 – 1:30 PM Pacific)
When: July 15, 2021