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Training Schedule

Training dates and topics

Parking Changes at the Tivoli - Please read

The garage no longer has a parking attendant; instead, customers will pay upon parking using their license plate number at either a pay station (located on the ground level) or by cell phone (using the PassportParking app, by calling 303-816-3866, or by visiting m.ppprk.com)

  • Parking is enforced electronically by license plate number, 24/7, 365 days a year. Citations will be mailed to violators instead of being placed on the vehicle's windshield.
  • Dedicated motorcycle parking is now available in the garage.

You can park in the 7th Street Garage located on 7th and Lawrence  (NOT TIVOLI GARAGE) AND PAY AFTERWARDS, using your validations. 

 

Friday, December 1, 2017

Location: Baerresen Ballroom 320 ABC (our usual location)

 Colette Kreger, MC, CFE, joined the Colorado Department of Human Services (CHDS) as a Fraud Investigator in June of 2012 and has over 30 years of operational, managerial, training, and investigative experience from corporate and non-profit disciplines. Her current responsibilities include investigating State and County DHS employees, CDHS contractors who have allegedly failed to uphold Federal and State rules, regulations, and policies. Her experience includes investigatory casework in fraud, theft, procurement, contract management, conflicts of interest, insider trading, sexual harassment, discrimination, and workplace violence. Ms. Kreger holds a BS in Business Administration and an MA in Counseling.   ATM Shakedown

Friday, January 26,2018 

Location:Wells Fargo Center 1700 Lincoln St, Denver CO 80203 - Hershner Room

 Dana Pearce, CIA, CFE, Certified Information Systems Auditor, and holds a certification in Risk Management Assurance. Ms. Pearce has over fifteen years of audit and investigative experience. Currently, Ms. Pearce is the Director of Enterprise Risk for the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA). 

 The process of conducting investigations is agile. At the end of the session, participants will: 

Understand the key steps to a successful investigation. Understand why it is crucial to be consistent in the conduct of each investigation. Understand why each investigation's steps should be formally documented, and have heard some great stories

Friday, March 30, 2018 

Location: Baerresen Ballroom 320 ABC (our usual location)

   

Friday, May 25, 2018 

Location: Baerresen Ballroom 320 ABC (our usual location)

   

Friday, July 27, 2018 

Location: Baerresen Ballroom 320 ABC (our usual location)

   

Friday, September 28, 2018 

Location: Baerresen Ballroom 320 ABC (our usual location)

   

Friday, December 7, 2017 

Location: Baerresen Ballroom 320 ABC (our usual location)

   
 
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