Technical Training for Clerks (TTC)

Technical Training for Clerks is a professional development program focusing on basic clerk duties, current trends, issues and challenges. The goal of the program is to increase technical skills and to enhance personal and professional growth. The TTC program is comprised of four unique sessions offering a variety of courses that adhere to the International Institute of Municipal Clerks core curriculum providing the required 120 hours (60 points) for accreditation as Certified Municipal Clerk. The sessions are held in March, June and September and can be taken in any order.

The program is held at the University of California Riverside Extension Center and is an affiliate of the League of California Cities. Our trainers are professional clerks, university instructors and municipal government professionals. 

TTC is recognized by the City Clerks Association of California (CCAC) as an official California training program leading to the professional accreditation of Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC).

Virtual Program Information

CPMC Certification Information

Technical Training for Clerks Session #107 - Registration now OPEN ($225)

This 9 hour session is spread over 3 days during the mornings of February 10, 17, and 24. Attendance all three mornings and participation in a one-hour small group exercise during the week between the 2nd and 3rd class is required to receive credit. Zoom video ability and a location free from distraction or interruption is required.

#107: Clerk's Role in Emergency / Crisis Management

TTC #107 is a required session in Series 100 of Technical Training for Clerks Program. It explores the unique challenges and stresses agencies and individuals experience in disaster and emergency situations including those created by our current health and social environment. Topics include personal and professional role, responsibilities and legal obligations of clerks in emergency preparation and response; current community, organizational and disaster planning and attitudes; first responder and chain of command roles; control of sensitive documents and organizational seal; identification of best practices; community education; evaluation of personal commitment and creation of professional and personal action plans.

See the registration form and additional details of the training for more information. Contact Institute Director Maureen Kane with questions [email protected].

Check the Events Calendar for upcoming institutes.

Click here for Scholarship Information.   


altMaureen Kane, Executive Director
P. O. Box 52355
Riverside, CA  92517
(951) 789-8319



 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: $150 (optional)
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