Dwayne Johnson - email@example.com - Phone: (561) 233-5125
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Everything you need to know
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The mission of the Florida Association of Code Enforcement is to promote and advance the practice of code enforcement through education and certification; to further the interests of the profession through advocacy; and to promote networking, fellowship, and understanding among our members. By joining FACE, you gain access to training, certification and an opportunity to connect with fellow professionals in the Code Enforcement Profession.
Membership with the Florida Association of Code Enforcement provides you with:
- Four issues of the newsletter "INTERFACE" annually
- Access to the Member's Forum Discussion Boards
- Member emails keeping you informed of important news
- Discount on Annual Conference Registration
- Discounts on Certification Training and Exams
- Discount on any Institute of Government offered continuing education course
- Ability to join your regional Chapter for access to local training opportunities
- A personal online record that tracks your membership and training
- MemberDeals exclusive offers and discounts for travel and entertainment
Top Ten Reasons to Join F.A.C.E.
- Professional Development
- Enhance your Network
- A Common Voice to Government
- Learn Best Practices
- Information and News
- Become a Leader
- Become a Mentor/Trainer
- Take Charge of your Career
- Broaden your Knowledge
- Support of a Like-Minded Community
More Reasons to Join F.A.C.E.
If you are interested in furthering your career, then joining a professional association like the Florida Association of Code Enforcement is a great start! An association is a synergistic group, meaning that the effect of a collection of people is greater than one person!
In the great race to the top who you know matters and our association is filled with potential contacts. Our Certification Courses, and The F .A.C.E. Annual Training Conference gives members a chance to connect and create relationships, making it a fabulous networking opportunity for members who want to strengthen ties with colleagues in our profession.
Continuing education and professional development is key if you want to succeed in your profession; F.A.C.E. offers five (5) Certification Courses to help you maintain your edge, and keep your skills sharp and current.
All occupations have best practices specific to their line of work. If you are new to the Code Enforcement Profession and don't have much experience, unfamiliarity of best practices can pose a serious risk to you and your jurisdiction. We provide a forum for disseminating best practices, and becoming a member of our association gives you the best resources to learn what best practices govern our profession.
Membership with the Association is valid from October 1 through September 30 of the following year. The Annual Fee is due October 1 and must be paid by December 31 to avoid a late fee. Annual Fees are paid through Members Portal or Agency Portal (for agencies paying memberships for multiple employees). The Agency Portal allows for membership payments to be made for you by your agency but does NOT grant them access to your information. Payment options include: check, money order, or credit cards online. Discover, American Express, Mastercard or Visa are accepted.
If you are F. A. C. E. certified, maintaining your membership is crucial; unpaid fees can lead to Late Fees and Decertification!
If you would like more information on becoming a member of the Florida Association of Code Enforcement, Inc., commonly known as "F.A.C.E.", please contact your membership chairperson:
Dwayne Johnson - firstname.lastname@example.org - Phone: 561-233-5125
Address: Florida Association of Code Enforcement, Inc. 12443 Research Parkway, Ste 402 Orlando, FL 32826-3282
Your Online Member Record
Once you have registered and have paid the Annual Fee, you will have established an online record where your payment and training records are maintained.
Because the University of Central Florida maintains these records on behalf of F. A. C. E., they are protected under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). NO ONE except yourself and me (to record and maintain your information) may have access to your information without your permission.
If someone in your organization creates this record on your behalf, be sure to get the e-mail address and password they used. Log into your record as soon as possible and CHANGE your password. DO NOT SHARE YOUR PERSONAL PASSWORD WITH ANYONE.
It is STRONGLY recommended that you log in to your account to ensure that your fees have been paid and any submitted/completed training has been recorded.
There are many opportunities to volunteer with F. A. C. E. The positions of 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Third Vice President, Sergeant-at-Arms, Secretary, and Treasurer are elected each year, and are open to current F. A. C. E. members.
The President is not elected; this person first serves as the 1st Vice President, then also serves as the Past President (a three year commitment). Each VP and the Sgt.-at-Arms head a different Committee:
- 1st VP: Program Committee – Responsible for planning the Annual Conference
- 2nd VP: Education Committee – Responsible for Training courses/approving Continuing Education requests/Decertification Appeals
- 3rd VP: Membership Committee – Member Retention/Benefits
- Sgt-at-Arms: Legislative Committee – Review of State Statutes and Ordinances; updates F. A. C. E. By-Laws when necessary
- Past President - Nomination Committee
- President - Webmaster Committee and Historian
Interested in Serving as a Committee Member?
Face is looking for members who are interested in having a role in our organization. We have recently created a form for you to communicate your interest to the Board of Directors and Committee Chairs. If you are interested, please fill out the FACE Committee Interest Form and email or send it to the F.A.C.E. Secretary at email@example.com.
For more information visit http://face-online.org/board/committees/