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About the course
The Clerks Certification Institute which runs for 20 days over a year (CCI) provides instruction in subjects involving the core responsibilities of municipal and county clerks. The topics covered include the open meetings law, the public records law, ordinance authority and adoption, local government board procedures, agenda preparation, meeting minutes, public notices, oaths of office, quasi-judicial proceedings, and many others. Successful completion of the CCI satisfies the education requirements specified by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks for designation as a Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC). It also satisfies the education requirements for designation by the NC Association of Municipal Clerks as a NC Certified Municipal Clerk (NCCMC) and for designation by the NC Association of County Clerks as a NC Certified County Clerk (NCCCC). Enrollment is open to municipal and county clerks, deputy clerks, and assistant clerks, as well as to those with equivalent responsibilities in regional government entities.
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Trey Allen joined the School of Government in 2013. He was previously an attorney at Tharrington Smith LLP in Raleigh, where he represented local school boards. Prior to that Allen served as a law clerk for Justice Paul M. Newby of the North Carolina Supreme Court and as a judge advocate in the U...