Currently seeking Grants so we can offer courses for free to all Elected Officials!
Government Training Center
Supporting Elected Officials, Law Enforcement, & Constituents
We are a one stop shop for eLearning courses geared towards Elected Officials and Law Enforcement in the state of IL. To register or see a list of courses, select the link below. We are a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. Our goal is to maintain well educated elected officials, police, and voters.
Please reach us at the contact tab if you cannot find an answer to your question. The Edgar County Watchdogs have been spreading false information about our company because of fear of competition, so we started a FAQ section below. Our attorneys are dealing eith thosr issues.
The only courses for Elected Officials offered by the IL Attorney General is FOIA and Meeting courses. We offer many courses including refreshers in these. The courses for Police are different for what's offered by the Police Academies and offers courses that address the real issues of today.
We open new courses weekly. We opened in March of 2021. Our goal was to offer all Elected Official full training courses by October 2022.
We will be offering Watchdog training but will be working on "in Person and virtual" courses in conjunction with IL Reporter across IL. This will be for Reporters., Journalists and the public.
We have registered with the IRS as a 501C3 organization. As a new company it takes the IRS time to list this on the website due to current COVID staffing issues. We are informed it will show soon!
We do not need to be registered in any state where a physical presence is not established. Our organization is licensed, registered, and legal in the state we hold a physical presence. We only need to be registered to collect taxes in each state we do business in.
We would love to offer courses free of charge by accepting grants. As a 501c3 Corp, local government and elected officials can donate for any educational source they chose. Some local governments recognize that tax-exempt nonprofits can be key contributors to a community’s social and civic vitality. Click below.