Out-of-state training approved

Two county employees have been approved to attend an out-of-state training session.

During last week’s county commission meeting, the five-member board endorsed a request from county clerk Lindsay Oswald for Kathryn Griffin and Dena Clark to attend a follow-up session to a System Administration Certification training in which they took part earlier this year.

The program is a prerequisite to a session called Workflow Training. It required a $7,000 amendment from the county’s general fund.

The session is taking place this week in Cleveland.

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  1. What the heck kind of workflow training do these two need and why? Workflow training has been around for decades, usually in product markets. No one should need to travel out of state for basic business classes that should be available via any community or 4-year college. You can even find free (and pay) tutorials online. So why travel out of state? And why the ridiculous $7,000 cost to taxpayers?

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