Certified Public Records
The Certified Public Records Training is a three-hour session, free of charge, provided to public officials or their appropriate designees and public employees, as well as members of the general public. Continue to check back for additional in-person and live, virtual offerings.
Helpful Tip: Cert. Public Records is also known as Sunshine laws, and House Bill 9.
If you have questions, send an email to the AOS Training Department
Course Description: The on-demand Certified Public Records Training is part of a three webcast series. It is highly recommended to watch in numerical order. The webcasts will be three hours in total. Upon completion of each section, you will receive a certificate of completion. Be sure to keep all three certificates for your records. In order to achieve Fiscal Integrity Act credit for the Certified Public Records Training webinar you must watch all three sections.
Event Date: 2022
Part 1: 1 hour, 11 minutes
Part 2: 1 hour, 1 minute
Part 3: 48 minutes
Note: You may not self-report the training in the Fiscal Integrity Act Portal unless you have received certificates of completion for all three webcast series.
Course Description: There will be an in-depth examination of the responsibilities of elected officials and public offices, along with a review of the rights of the public records requester. The Public Records Act, Open Meetings Act and Records Retention will be discussed... Read More
Event Date: Thursday, 2/16/2023
Time: 10 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
This webinar will not be available as an on-demand training following the event. It will be presented as a live-virtual training only.