The purpose of the Alabama Municipal Revenue Officers Certification Program is to improve the professional, administrative, and fiscal skills of participating municipal revenue officers through a series of courses approved by the Municipal Revenue Officers Association. 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.
For an individual to maintain certified status in the Alabama Municipal Revenue Officers Association, a total of twenty (20) hours must be attended in either an AMROA sponsored workshop, conference, or certification training sessions every two years.
If an individual who has achieved certified status is not employed within the scope of a municipal revenue function for a continuous period of five years, or fails to maintain certification, that individual's certified status becomes inactive.
To reactivate certified status with AMROA, the individual must attend a two and one half day session of an Alabama Municipal Revenue Officers Certification Training Institute.
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