Diplomas

Executive Diploma in Municipal Management



 
 

The AMCTO Executive Diploma in Municipal Management (EDMM) is the most comprehensive career development program designed specifically for municipal managers. This diploma provides practical solutions to enhance key management skills and competencies in the municipal context.

The EDMM program distills management needs into 19 curricular offerings delivered in the form of one day workshops, led by seasoned facilitators with high levels of subject matter expertise. The program curriculum has been designed to develop the foundational skills and knowledge required to be a successful local government manager.

Develop your management team today! Bring this program in house for your staff. Contact AMCTO to arrange an in house session!

UPCOMING COHORTS

 

Starting April 10th  2018 - Mississauga

AMCTO - Head Office
2680 Skymark Avenue, Suite 610
Mississauga, ON L4W 5L6
Ph: (905) 602-4294
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Please Note: Space is limited at this location. Only 20 participants will be accepted.
Registration Deadline: March 27th 2018
Click here to access the 2018 Spring EDMM Registration form.
 

Starting April 18th  2018 - Brantford

City of Brantford Visitor & Tourism Information Centre
399 Wayne Gretzky Parkway
Brantford, ON N3R 8B4
Ph: (519) 751-9900
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Registration Deadline: April 4th 2018
Click here to access the 2018 Spring EDMM Registration form.
 

For more information please contact Shivi Darubra at sdarubra@amcto.com or by phone 905-602-4294 ext. 228.

Who Should Enroll:

  • Managers with 3 years or more of supervisory experience in a municipal organization

  • Mid-level municipal managers

  • Managers entering the municipal sector from Private Sector

  • High potential municipal employees being prepared for management roles

  • Private sector management staff who work or consult with the municipal sector

Click here to view the EDMM Curriculum

The program curriculum has been designed to develop the foundational skills and knowledge required to be a successful local government manager. The EDMM program curriculum is regularly assessed and reviewed to ensure its learning objectives are consistent with the AMCTO Competency Framework for Municipal Management.

The AMCTO Municipal Management Competency Framework was developed based on a comprehensive review of local, national and international research and resources about the tenets of local government management, including: management competency models from several Ontario and Canadian municipalities, and the Ontario Public Service; municipal accreditation competency frameworks from various jurisdictions; the 2006 Municipal Management Needs Assessment undertaken by the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing, and; AMCTO’s 2013 Municipal Education & Professional Development Needs Assessment.

Program Flexibility

A key feature of this program is that it is not geographically bound! This program is offered in multiple locations to help minimize travel time and enhance convenience for program participants. Workshops are typically offered once, twice or three times a month, allowing for an easy schedule that can fit around participants’ busy work lives. Please note that alternative delivery calendars can be put in place to accommodate your staff’s particular needs and schedule. The EDMM program is ideally targeted at municipal professionals with at least 3 years of managerial experience in a municipal corporation, who are seeking to further their careers, managers entering the municipal sector from the private sector, or for high potential staff being groomed for management positions. The program is uniquely customizable, so it can be tailored to specific discipline-groups across the gamut of municipal operations.

Assessment

Following completion of the 19 workshops, participants are required to submit a final research report based on a strategic financial management topic. This report is the basis for their final evaluation.

Completion Requirements

Graduates of the EDMM must be present at no less than 16 out of the 19 workshops (no less then 85% of the workshops) prescribed by this diploma and must pass the Municipal Management Research Report with minimum grade of 70%.This diploma can be accomplished within 2.5 years of initial enrollment; the maximum time allowed for completion of the Diploma Program is 3 years. For full details, please refer to the EDMM Terms of Reference.