Upcoming Training Opportunities

League Mini Sessions: Arizona Municipal Government Fundamentals 

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Virtual 2020 Newly Elected Officials Training

When: December 1-3, 2020
Location:  Via Zoom Webinar

The League of Arizona Cities and Towns is pleased to announce the 21st Annual Newly Elected Officials Program. This year, the program will be held virtually December 1-3, with two sessions each day. Established in 1998, the purpose of the program is to assist newly elected officials to be more effective in their new policy-making role. The program will be similar to that offered in past years and provide participants with an opportunity to:

  • Learn the basics of municipal government in Arizona
  • Review Arizona government and Constitutional structure
  • Learn about general issues of municipal budgeting
  • Discuss ethical and legal issues facing elected officials
  • Review the public policy process

We encourage all newly elected city and town officials as well as local elected officials who are currently in office but wish to brush up on the basics of municipal government to join us.

Since it will be virtual this year, participants can choose specific sessions they wish to attend or with one price, they will have access to attend the full event.

For program and registration information: Click here

If you have questions about registration, please contact us at 602-258-5786 orleague@azleague.org


Coping with Change: Supporting Employee Physical and Mental Wellbeing in Challenging Times

When: Wednesday, December 8, 2020 - 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Location:  This session will be free and held via Zoom Webinar

Change is inevitable as we have all experienced first-hand in 2020. Our ability to stay flexible, connected, and invested in our physical and mental wellbeing are key components to helping us move through change in a healthy way.  

As employers we are in a position to help support our employees’ ability to cope with change. Join experts from HPACT (Health Programs for Arizona Cities, Counties and Towns) as they discuss practical ways to manage our approach to an ever-changing environment, whether in the workplace, home or social settings. 

The program will explore healthy practices for increasing personal levels of resilience, learn coping skills, the importance of consistence, and healthy behaviors that can turn the tide on how we view and manage change in an ever-changing world.

This IS the time to use all the tools available to support our wellbeing, and HPACT and Valley Schools is here to provide our Arizona public sector community resources that work. 

To register for this session: click here.  


HPACT is a Valley Schools-exclusive program crafted for the unique employee benefits needs of Arizona governmental agencies. This includes cities and towns of all sizes, state administrative departments, counties, utilities, fire, police and library districts as well as federal agencies, native governments and more.

HPACT offers full-service employee benefits consulting, plan administration, investment opportunities, and other benefits services including wellness. Our employee benefits consulting is offered at a fixed fee that saves members up to 30% or more over traditional for-profit consultants.

To learn more about HPACT, please visit: HPACT’s website

Questions? league@azleague.org.