Communication Center Manager (CCM) Course

Communication Center Manager (CCM) Course

Event Oct 26, 2011
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Type: Training
Date: 08/27/2012 1:00 AM EDT - 12/07/2012 1:00 AM EST
Location: Kansas City, MO
http://www.fitchassoc.com/conferences_CCM_Course.html

The Communication Center Manager (CCM) Course is a one-of-a-kind program that presents the latest management and leadership practices used by emergency service providers around the world. It has proven to be successful for business leaders and students in implementing effective changes in today’s communication center. CCM is structured as an accelerated program designed to deliver minimum time investment with maximum results. Our small class sizes allow motivated individuals to coming together for two dynamic and separate weeks of education and training. A tight-knit group of up to 40 students progresses through the program together, interacting and working on projects as members of a team. Just as important in the process is building a lifelong network of peers and colleagues. Registration will open early 2012.

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