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Understanding & Using Parliamentary Procedure
Individual Course Credit:
- A certificate with 1.5 hours of credit will be provided upon completion of the course.
- All 1.5 hour courses are available for 0.25 CMC/MMC credits; a minimum of 0.50 (two 1.5 hour classes) with required assessments are required to receive IIMC credit.
- Contact Amy Brewer for more information
Are your meetings out of control, lengthy, confusing? Parliamentary procedure is a useful tool for conducting meetings, assuring fairness, and completing business in an orderly manner. People who are knowledgeable about Robert’s Rules of Order can improve the quality of meetings and frequently affect the outcomes.
What’s your “PQ” (Parliamentary Quotient)? Take this 2-hour online course and learn the purpose behind the rules, simplify the motion making process, clarify the rules of debate, and increase your PQ.
This course will encourage participants to learn new skills, including:
- History, Foundation, and Benefits of Parliamentary Procedure
- Motions (Main & Secondary)
- Steps in Making Motions
- Precedence of Motions
- Rules for Small Groups
- Guidelines for Minutes
A certificate of completion with two continuing education hours listed will automatically generate upon completion of course in its entirety.
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Marilyn E. Crotty is the Director of the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. She also serves as the Executive Director of the Tri County League of Cities and is a faculty member for the Florida League of Cities Institute for Elected Officials. Ms. Crotty develops and presents workshops, seminars, and conferences throughout the state of Florida on topics of interest to state and local governments. She has designed courses in organizational development, management and supervision, customer service, leadership, and media relations.