Public Entity Partners is committed to excellence in local government.  We strive to be an essential local government resource for employee safety education and risk management services.  Without a doubt, training is essential to loss control, employee development, and organizational professionalism.  Public Entity Partners offers training through the Local Government Risk Academy to provide self-paced individual, online training that is accessible 24/7 from any computer with internet access - at no added cost to members.

In addition to courses for general administration, law enforcement professionals can select from close to 90 courses that are eligible for TN POST continuing education requirements.  In Tennessee, online courses can be used to meet 24 of the 40 TN POST continuing education requirements. Course areas include general safety, human resources development, law enforcement, management development, roadway and highway, and transit and fleet operations. 

To view available courses, click here.

 

How to Access the Training or Register

Existing users can login here.

Never participated in Local Gov Risk Academy before? Register Here Requests for training access will be granted once your account has been verified, usually within 24 to 48 hours. 

If you have questions about how to become your entity's Learning Administrator and start online training, please contact your regional Member Services Representative or send a request to MemberServices@PEPartners.org.

Will Each Employee Need to Sign Up?

Local Government Risk Academy is designed for employees to take individual classes. Each employee will need an email address and access to a computer. Once you establish who your entity's learning administrator is, we can assist you in uploading an employee list to make adding employees easy. 

What is a Learning Administrator?

A Learning Administrator is the person within your entity who keeps track of training records. With Local Government Risk Academy you can keep training documentation in one place and receive reports on which employees have completed assigned training.