City Clerks and Municipal Finance Officers Association of Kansas
Since 1991, the Public Policy and Management Center at Wichita State University has managed and conducted professional development for the City Clerks and Municipal Finance Officers Association of Kansas.
The Kansas/IIMC Municipal Clerks Certification Institute and Master Municipal Clerks Academy respond to the professional development needs of all municipal clerks and their office staff in Kansas. The courses offer theoretical and practical guidance in public administration, social and interpersonal concerns and special topics. Both programs take place during the same week in November and are accredited by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks.
The City Clerk and Municipal Finance Officers Association of Kansas holds it annual Spring Conference providing professional development opportunities to City Clerks across the state of Kansas. These sessions are approved by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks for education points to allow the clerks to continue to work towards their professional designations.
2019 Institute & Master Academy
A note on training records:
Previously, the Public Policy and Management Center has provided unlimited training records access; however, due to changing software, we are unable to continue this service model. As per discussion with IIMC regarding retention requirements, we will be moving to the model below and keeping records for 10 years.
Beginning January 2019, the following guidelines will be in effect:
- Records prior to 2009 will not be available for access
- You will receive one emailed record of your training, and it will be your responsibility to review it for accuracy and then keep a copy of it for your records. Any additional records requests will require a $10 fee, per request
- WSU PPMC will keep records for 10 years based on the recommendation from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks
To request your record please fill out form here.
Morgan Barnes, Education Director
Wichita State University Public Policy & Management Center