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Partnership Training
For more information on all of our partnership training, click on the picture below.  
       Partnership Training Brochure 
 
  

Short Schools

Scholarships for tuition to Oregon APWA training events are available! Click here for more information about the Oregon APWA scholarship program and requirements.

 

Spring Street Maintenance and Collection System School -

April 8-10, 2014, Eagle Crest Resort, Redmond 

Spring School Flyer

 

Fall Street Maintenance and Collection System School -

October 28-30, 2014, Agate Beach, Newport 

Registration OPEN                             Fall School Flyer

 
Jointly sponsored by the Oregon chapter of the APWA and the Oregon Technology Transfer Center.

 

Preventive Maintenance Treatments

Preventive Maintenance 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Preventive Maintenance for Roadway Surfaces
April 30-May 1, 2014, Eagle Crest Resort, Redmond
 
 
Scholarships for tuition to this event are available!  Contact the Oregon APWA at (541) 994-3201 or by email for scholarship requirements and to request a scholarship.
 
 
Jointly sponsored by the Oregon chapter of the APWA and the Oregon Technology Transfer Center. 
 

Northwest Public Works Institute

The Northwest Public Works Institute (NWPWI) is a program of instruction for public works executives who would like to attain a higher degree of proficiency as leaders and managers. The Institute is jointly operated and sponsored by the Washington and Oregon Chapters of the American Public Works Association (APWA) and the Oregon Technology Transfer (T2) Center.

The program consists of three courses offered in Oregon and Washington throughout the year that, taken in their entirely, provide public works professionals with skills needed to advance in supervisory and management positions up to and including Public Works Director. While it is recommended that students take all three courses leading to a Certificate of Competency, the individual courses also satisfy the needs of public works professionals at different stages in their career.  Each of the three courses consists of 30 hours of instruction over a four-day period. 3.0 CEU’s are awarded for full attendance at each 4 day session.

Attendance at all three classes is recognized with a Certificate of Completion awarded by the Northwest Public Works Institute and the National APWA. 

 

 

Scholarships for tuition to the NWPWI courses are available! Contact the Oregon APWA at (541) 994-3201 or by email for scholarship requirements and to request a scholarship.
 
  
The Developing Leader -  Develop the practical skills required by the emerging leader.
March 11-14, 2014, Mount Bachelor Village, Bend  

 

Developing Leader Flyer

 

Public Works Leadership Skills - Learn process, planning and people skills for the public works administrator.
November 18-21, 2014 Surfsand Resort, Cannon Beach

Registration OPEN                       NWPWI Leadership Flyer

 

Public Works Essentials - Learn the nuts and bolts of public works management.
December 9-12, 2014, Portland

Registration OPEN                       NWPWI Essentials Flyer

                  
The NWPWI is jointly sponsored by the Oregon and Washington chapters of the APWA and the Oregon Technology Transfer Center.
 
Oregon APWA                                                    Washington APWA
 
 
 
 
Below are more training opportunities available to public works agencies and Tribal governments.  These trainings are not sponsored by the Oregon T2 Center. 
 
Skills Demo
September 9-11, 2014

Deschutes County Fair Grounds, Redmond 

Event Flyer

Click here to see what the Skills Demo is all about. 

 

Association of Oregon Counties (AOC) Training

Click here for information on trainings that AOC offersAssociation of Oregon Counties

Oregon Local Leadership Institute (OLLI) 

 

League of Oregon Cities (LOC) Training 

Click here for information on trainings that LOC offersLeague of Oregon Cities
 
 
 
 
 
 

​ODOT Trainings

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Other Trainings Through the State of Oregon 

Oregon OSHA Trainings

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