They’re available 24/7. Check out AWC’s on-demand training programs when and where it’s convenient for you. Or check out our archived webinars for even more city-focused training.
Knowing the Legal Territory video series is a must-see for every newly-elected mayor and councilmember.
Subjects include land use, strategic planning, infrastructure and economic development. More
Subjects include leadership, conflict management, soft skill and human resource development and community outreach. More
Subjects include fiscal, finance, forecasting, rate setting and grant development. More
Subjects include roles and responsibilities, public records, meeting management and risk management. More
Many of the on-demand trainings will fulfill CML requirements. Look for the CML bug. When you have finished viewing the on-demand training, click here to let us know and we'll get the CML credit applied accordingly.
Free trainings for members of AWC's Risk Management Service Agency, Employee Benefit Trust, and Drug & Alcohol Consortium.
Got 30 minutes? Get your employees trained. New topics each quarter. It’s fast, easy and effective! For RMSA members only, please log in.
Tips, tools and the info you need to keep or start a robust worksite wellness program. For Trust members only, please log in.
In less than an hour, get your Washington State DOSH required training on the changes to the Hazard Communications Program regarding the new global harmonization systems. Employers are responsible for maintaining records tracking employee’s completion of this training. For AWC Retro members only, please login.
For supervisors of CDL employees. Satisfies federal regs. Learn about the mandates, procedures, criteria & more. For D&A members only, please login.
AWC Board of Directors
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Workers Comp Retro
Drug & Alcohol Consortium
AWC Annual Conference
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Healthy Worksite Summit
Labor Relations Institute
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Municipal Research and Services Center
National League of Cities