Learn about issues that impact your work — and discover new ideas — this spring!

Hands-on, affordable training is coming to a city near you. Join your city colleagues as you explore new tools to help you in your work. See the full agenda (pdf).

  • Hear the latest news that impacts the work you do for your city.
  • Get tips and tricks for managing risk and common safety challenges.
  • Learn about new regulations and laws that affect cities.
  • Obtain a variety of professional credits.
  • Network with peers from neighboring cities.

Dates & Locations

Select a location below to register.

March 28 – BemidjiApril 18 – Rochester
March 29 – AlexandriaApril 20 – St. Paul
April 5 – MankatoApril 25 – Plymouth
April 11 – VirginiaApril 27 – St. Cloud
See full information on locations.

Who should attend?

We all play a role in loss control! All city employees are invited to attend and find new ways to keep their cities safe and protected.

  • City Administrators/Managers
  • Clerks
  • First Responders and Firefighters
  • Human Resources
  • Police and Peace Officers
  • City Insurance Agents
  • Parks & Rec
  • Public Works
  • Risk Management
  • IT Staff
  • Elected Officials

Fee

$20
Includes lunch!


Track Overview

Designed to meet the needs of city staff in a variety of key roles, morning Loss Control Workshop sessions are divided into tracks. Stick with your area of expertise, or pick and choose courses based on areas you would like to learn more about.

Not sure which track is right for you? View complete agenda (pdf). All sessions are open to any attendee.

PLUS stick around for one of our afternoon tracks!

Morning Tracks:

Administrative Track — Join us for fast-paced sessions designed for clerks, administrators, and other city staff. We’re digging into free speech, drug and alcohol testing, and contract basics — allowing city employees in any role to expand their loss control toolbox.

Police Track  We’ve got a full morning of practical loss-control solutions for police and public safety personnel. Topics include: PTSD, courageous conversations, and supporting a resilient department.

Public Works and Parks & Recreation Track Workplace safety topics designed with public works and parks employees in mind. We’re covering facility safety, clarifying MN OSHA requirements, and discussing building air quality best practices.

Afternoon Tracks:

De-escalation Strategies for City Employees  — Brought to you by the Verbal Judo Institute, this session is designed to equip any city employee with the necessary skills to redirect negative behavior and interact in a positive and professional manner (in person and online).

Cybersecurity Essentials — Are you involved in data and information technology in your city? Leverage sample templates and guidance and make a plan for keeping your digital assets protected. Participants will learn about cybersecurity, business continuity, and IT incident planning.

Agents Track Prepare for the year ahead! Designed for insurance agents supporting Minnesota cities, these courses discuss important issues and updates to the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust and loss control programs.

Choose a track below to explore sessions:


Continuing Education Credits

Please note: Credit can only be earned if you attend the entire track.

For Claims Adjusters and Insurance Agents

We are currently seeking approval for credits for claims adjusters and insurance agents. This includes morning tracks if you decide to join us.

Credits for all other roles:


5.5 indirect related contact hours approved for wastewater operators.

    • 2.5 indirect related hours for attending the full Public Works/P&R Track
    • 3.0 indirect related hours for attending the full De-escalation track

6.0 related contact hours have been approved for water operators.

    • 3.0 related hours for attending the full Public Works/P&R track
    • 3.0 related hours for attending the full De-escalation track

We are currently seeking approval for credits for each professional track, as well as the afternoon sessions. This includes POST credits. We will post more detailed credit information soon.

Cancellation Policy

If unable to attend, please consider sending a substitute.  All cancellation requests must be emailed to registration@lmc.org seven (7) days prior to the workshop.  Any registrations not canceled by this date will be billed at the full registration price.  

Note: There is no fee for substitutions the day of a workshop, however, please notify the registration desk of any changes.