Participants will learn a variety of competencies related to district court administration and management. Montana Clerks of District Court have worked with the Montana State University Extension Local Government Center to develop educational curriculum. The curriculum is designed to ensure the clerks of district court across the state receive timely. relevant, and impactful training and that each clerk can demonstrate key skills to perform the duties of their position.

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This course also meets the requirements for production and financial management training for FSA loan recipients who attend the Livingston FSA workshop on December 17-18, 2018. In order to qualify for a certificate, all sessions must be completed.

Contact Keri Hayes, MSU at 406-994-3511 or email:  khayes@montana.edu if you are having technical difficulties or have questions.

Montana Association of Clerks of District Court online education 

The City of Bozeman Advisory Board Member Training is intended for the City Advisory Board Members of Bozeman, Montana. This is a self directed course, which should take less than one hour to complete. This course is intended to educate employees and public officials in best practices and legal requirements. It details specific ethical requirements and provides guidance on obtaining information and filing complaints. For detailed instructions on how to login and enroll in this course, take a few minutes and read through the Enrollment Instructions & Helpful Tips document.

For questions or concerns regarding this course, contact Brenda Sweeney, Deputy City Clerk, at (406) 582-2320 or bsweeney@bozeman.net.

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The FSA Production and Financial Management Training Workshops are continuing education sessions on financial and production agriculture.   The sessions cover family business issues, goals and assessments, pasture and crop leases, risk management and crop and livestock insurance, agricultural outlook, crop production, crop and livestock marketing, mechanics of basis, using futures markets, financial analysis, livestock production, pest management and plant pathology, estate planning, personal finances, policy issues, retirement and long-term care planning, forage management, invasive plants, using nitrogen applications, health and life insurance, disaster assistance, labor issues and last mental health/suicide prevention.

This course also meets the requirements for production and financial management training for FSA loan recipients. In order to qualify for a certificate, all sessions must be completed.

Contact Keri Hayes, MSU at 406-994-3511 or email:  khayes@montana.edu to receive enrollment instructions and payment requirements. 

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The FSA Production and Financial Management Training Workshops are continuing education sessions on financial and production agriculture.   

The sessions cover goals and assessments, family business issues, cropping systems, beef cattle production, hay production, crop and livestock insurance options, soil fertility and fertilization, cropland and grazing leases, integrated weed management, risk management, insights from futures markets, recordkeeping and financial ratios, farm labor, public policy issues, farmland values and cash rents in Montana, agricultural outlook, estate planning, retirement planning, health, life and disability insurance, and stress and mental health issues.

This course also meets the requirements for production and financial management training for FSA loan recipients. In order to qualify for a certificate, all sessions must be completed.

Contact Keri Hayes, MSU at 406-994-3511 or email:  khayes@montana.edu to receive enrollment instructions and payment requirements.