ITD employees invited to consider CPM program
Ann Heilman, administrator of Idaho’s Department of Human Resources, announced that another series of classes will be offered this spring for state employees who wish to pursue a Certified Public Manager (CPM) professional path.
“We are accepting applications through Feb. 18.
This new CPM track will begin their classes in April 2005,” she
“Our Idaho curriculum and process also helps participants
build a network of interagency relationships and the potential for shared
problem-solving. It’s a great experience,” Heilman added.
District 4 employees share holiday spirit
District 4 employees demonstrated their generous natures by raising $1,817 for two local charities at this year’s Christmas potluck. Raffle prizes included a portable DVD player, a George Foreman Grill, various cash prizes and some terrific overnight stays. A two-day pack trip, provided by Trey Mink and Chuck Chapin, was auctioned off and raised $380 . Scott Malone was the lucky winner.
The Idaho Youth Ranch and Salvation Army will both receive $913.50. Other charitable acts this season included a teddy bear drive for the Idaho State Police and a canned food drive for the Salvation Army.
Thanks to everyone who their hearts, cupboards and wallets so others less fortunate could have a memorable Christmas.
The District 4 Christmas committee included: Chairman Bruce Christensen, co-chairman Dean Barney, Deb & Dan Pierson, Mike Scott, Valerie Elquist, Larry Jokinen, Connie Jones, Craig Vaughn and Steve Tonks.
ITD project mentioned in national online newsletter
The Idaho Driver’s Manual, which recently was expanded to include an audio version available online (see Transporter story), was recognized this week by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators.
A story about ITD’s innovative approach to expanding information access appeared in the Jan. 6 issue of the AAMVA online newsletter under “Member News.”