Online Learning

Online Learning

The WSAC online learning page allows you to learn anytime, anywhere. Watch webinars on demand, view training videos, review presentations, and other recorded trainings.

Washington Voting Rights Act: Strategies and Suggestions

Recorded – March 19, 2020
An interactive legal discussion on the Washington Voting Rights Act (WVRA), which prohibits discriminatory practices in state and local elections. This webinar will help you develop strategies and provide suggestions on how to implement the WVRA in your county.

Meeting Recording

Mapping Washington’s Wildland Urban Interface

Recorded – March 19, 2020
This webinar will focus on the process and methodology for developing the Washington state Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) geospatial layer. The WUI is an area of particular concern for wildfire planning and can affect how counties choose to implement certain code and regulations.

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Coronavirus Webinars

Weekly COVID-19 Update Webinars are being posted to help counties share what is happening in their regions and help plan and strategize best responses for the pandemic. Recordings of previous webinar updates are available here.

Archived Webinars

Maritime Washington National Heritage Area

Recorded – February 12, 2020
Did you know that Washington’s saltwater coastline was recently designated as the Maritime Washington National Heritage Area? The new Maritime WA NHA encompasses over 3,000 miles of Washington State coastline, including Seattle’s ship canal and Lake Union. Thirteen of Washington’s thirty-nine counties have coastline included in the Maritime WA NHA. This webinar will introduce participants to this newly designated NHA and the tourism and economic development opportunities it creates.

Meeting Recording

Census 2020: You Count! Be Counted!

Recorded – January 30, 2020
April 1, 2020 is Census Day! Given its importance, communities across the state are mobilizing to raise awareness and ensure participation in this important exercise that will ensure that every community gets its fair share. With more than $800 billion in federal funding and grant money on the line, counties across Washington are preparing to ensure their communities will be accurately counted.

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