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CDI SOUTHEAST Community Development Institue
2014 Southeast CDI

Presented by:
Troy University
April 21-25, 2014

Agenda

Location

Troy University
231 Montgomery Street
Montgomery, AL

Directions

Accommodations

Hampton Inn
100 Commerce Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
0.3 Miles from
Troy University
Montgomery Campus
Click here to register for the
institute rate of $94/night
(use Code: CDI)
Website Link
334-265-1010

Embassy Suites
300 Tallapoosa Street, Montgomery, AL  36104
0.2 Miles from
Troy University
Montgomery Campus
Website Link 
334-269-5055

Double Tree by Hilton
120 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104
0.3 Miles from
Troy University
Montgomery Campus
Website Link
334-245-2320

Renaissance by
Marriott Hotel
Montgomery, 201,
Tallapoosa Street,
Montgomery, AL 36104
0.3 Miles from
Troy University
Montgomery Campus
334-481-5144
Website Link

Other websites for
hotel information:

http://visitingmontgomery.com/

http://hotelguides.com/

Registration

Registration fees are $600 until March 14, 2014. After that, the fees will increase to $650. Fees cover training/instruction, participant materials, breakfast and refreshment breaks. Accommodations and all other meals are the responsibility of the participant. Hotels located downtown within walking distance are available.

Register Online

Register by Phone:
334.983.0005

Deadline for
registration is
April 8, 2014
and no refunds and/or substitutions after April 11, 2014 will be allowed. Attendance is mandatory to receive certification and registration is not complete until payment is received.

Community Development Institute

The Southeast Community Development Institute (CDI) is designed to train those engaged, or wishing to engage, in community development. Techniques taught are beneficial to all in the community and revolve around management, leadership and basic community development principles (which include economic, workforce and leadership development).

Who should attend?

Community officials and volunteers associated with city, county, and state government, chambers of commerce, private and public sector economic development organizations, utility companies, main street organizations, workforce development professionals and financial institutions will find the institute a valuable learning tool for the development of individual and community leadership skills.

Curriculum

Year One

  • Community Development Values and Principles
  • Community Assessment
  • Introduction to Economic Development
  • Community Branding
  • Community Simulation Game
  • Strategic Visioning and Planning
  • Diversity and Multicultural Communication
  • Asset-based Community Development
  • Tax Incentives
  • Infrastructure Development
  • Identifying and Working with Stakeholders
  • Workforce Planning and Development
  • Data-based Decisions

  • CDI Southeast Year One Agenda
Year Two
  • Business Retention and Expansion (BRE)
  • Building Entrepreneurial Communities
  • Community and Economic Development Finance
  • The Business Site Selection Process
  • Global Trends and Impacts on Rural Regions
  • Community Asset Mapping
  • Encouraging Community Participation
  • Trends and Issues in Public Safety

  • CDI Southeast Year Two Agenda

National CDI Network

National CDI Network - The Community Development Council (CDC) is a national nonprofit organization with the mission of improving professional training and practice in community development. The CDC oversees a national network of Community Development Institutes, including sites in Arkansas, Idaho, Illinois, and Texas. For more information about the CDC and CDI site locations visit http://www.cdcouncil.com/.

Professional Community and Economic Developer (PCED) -The CDC also oversees the Professional Community and Economic Developer Certification (PCED). The CDC certifies individuals who demonstrate their experience, knowledge, and abilities as community development professionals. In order to earn the PCED certification, you must first qualify to take the examination through a point process earned through job experience and relevant education and training. Applications and further information are available at www.cdcouncil.com

For More Information contact Courtney Taylor at
cptaylor@troy.edu or 334-670-3524

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: 03/27/2014


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