Benefits of the Institute
The International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) and the Association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada (APT US&C) have set forth the guidelines and accredits the UW-Green Bay Institute. It is one of the largest Institutes and offers more specialized training than anyone in the United States.
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Critical thinking skills
Our courses are structured to expose you to a multitude of perspectives, visionary thinking and innovative problem solving.
The goal of our classes is to give you the tools to immediately apply your learning to your job. Our coursework focuses on the development of technical skills, administrative knowledge, leadership abilities, and financial management. You will engage in exchanges of information, share job-related experiences, and examine factors that contribute to successful on the job performance. Our courses are designed to combine lecture, discussion, and hands-on training.
Assessment of learning
Case studies and exercises that test knowledge and understanding are used to assess the mastery of our courses.
We off er all eight tracks of our curriculum in a one-week period. This unique structure allows our curriculum to be progressive in nature. As you return each year, your courses and topics will increase in complexity, allowing us to offer advanced topics in the upper division tracks. UW-Green Bay’s Institute is one of the few in the country with this format.
Library of learning materials
Each course provides take home materials that serve as a reference for you back in your office. Most of our past students consider this book indispensable.
The Institute creates a multitude of formal and informal opportunities for networking and exchanging of ideas conducive to your professional growth. These contacts are invaluable to you in performing your duties.
Going up in your career?
Only UW-Green Bay offers the most practical, how-to and advanced education for clerks, treasurers and "NEW" administrators.
The International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) and the Association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada (APT US&C) have set forth the guidelines and accredit the UW-Green Bay Institute.
Earn all of the educational points for the following certificates upon completion of our Institute. We are the only authorized provider in Wisconsin.
- Certified Municipal Clerk-CMC (through IIMC) (120 points)
- Wisconsin Certified Municipal Clerk-WCMC (through WMCA) (100 points)
- Certified Public Financial Administrator-CPFA (through APT US&C) (100 points)
- Certified Municipal Treasurer of Wisconsin-CMTW (through MTAW)