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Technical Training for Clerks (TTC)

Technical Training for Clerks (TTC) is a program sponsored by the City Clerks Association of California, in association with the University of California Riverside (Recognized September 2002).  The training consists of a series of four week-long sessions held at the University of California Riverside Extension Center.  The program is designed to focus on technical skills and to enhance professional interpersonal abilities.  Each series has distinct course work and adhere to the International Institute of Municipal Clerks core curriculum providing the required 120 hours (60 points for CMC certification.  The sessions are held in March, June and, September and can be taken in any order.


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2019 Sessions:

Series 100     March 12-15, 2019

Series 400     June 18-21, 2019

Series 200     September 10-13, 2019




altMaureen Kane, Executive Director
P. O. Box 52355
Riverside, CA  92506
(951) 789-8319




Location of Instruction:

University of California Riverside Extension Center


Dates of Institute:

Spring: March in Riverside
Summer: June in Riverside (Series 400-Elections)
Fall: September in Riverside


Cost Breakdown of Institute:

Registration/Tuition: $1,600 for CCAC Members (Subject to Adjustment)
      (fee includes supplies, parking, all breakfasts and lunches, Tuesday evening reception, Thursday dinner)
Room and Board:  Separate Cost 
UC Credits: $100


Program Scheduling:

Time to graduate: 4 sets of sessions, 30 hours per Series, 15 CMC Education points per Series

Entry level: May enter at any level.


Note: Attendance at all sessions is required for course completion credit. There is no provision for partial credit or "make up" assignments.


March 2016 TTC Graduates