The purpose of the Alabama Municipal Revenue Officers Certification Program is to improve the professional, administrative, and fiscal skills of participating Municipal Revenue Officers. Because of the increasing complexity of municipal revenue administration, this certification program is designed to help municipal revenue officers develop their management skills and abilities and obtain more expertise and status in their profession as they serve their communities.
The certification training program is composed of 80 contact hours of instruction
offered over a two year period. Each year, two training sessions, consisting of two
and a half days each, are offered in the spring and the fall. The program is designed
to allow participants to begin training at any time provided that they complete all
classes. Detailed list of classes needed to graduate: Municipal Revenue Officers Certification Class List.
New requirements = 80 contact hours (i.e. 4 sessions - 100, 200, 300, 400)
As of January 1, 2017, there have been recent changes in the AMROA bylaws. Individuals who are currently in the process of certification will be at different levels of completion. Please see below to determine how many additional sessions are needed:
If participant has completed 6 sessions, they have completed the program.
If participant has only completed 5 sessions, then 1 additional session is needed to complete the program.
If participant has only completed 4 sessions, then 2 additional sessions are needed to complete the program.
If participant has only completed 3 sessions, then 3 additional sessions are needed to complete the program.
If participant has only completed 2 sessions, then 4 additional sessions are needed to complete the program.
If participant has only completed 1 session, then 4 additional sessions are needed to complete the program.
July 19-21, 2017, Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge, Guntersville, AL
October 4-6, 2017, Bryant Conference Center, Tuscaloosa, AL