February 17, 2022

Offline courses

School of Continuing Studies
This course requires participants to prepare and deliver a D & I presentation to a real-world client system. This is considered the “Capstone Project” and is required for the awarding of the certificate. Participants are expected to demonstrate skills and competencies acquired over the course of...
Feb 17—19, 2022
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,415 USD
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Online courses

Management Concepts
Spreadsheets and large tables can be complex, difficult to decipher, and present barriers to extracting valuable information parsed from an organization’s data. Applying best practices for data visualization will allow you to solve problems, identify how to use visuals in presentations and...
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Gaining a deep understanding and insight into Federal budgeting and accounting is challenging for accountants and budgeteers alike. Eliminate your insecurities about the requirements of Federal budgeting and accounting with an introduction to these functions, as well as their integration into the...
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Effective supervisors need to be more than managers of people; they also need to have a full understanding of the policies, procedures, and accountabilities that apply to government supervisors. You will learn legal guidelines and best practices to effectively collaborate with HR representatives....
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Correctly using Federally-appropriated funds to comply with relevant laws and regulations is a critical responsibility for Federal employees. Refreshing your knowledge of appropriations law basics and gaining a deeper understanding of the latest changes and developments can help ensure your...
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
The Federal grant application process can be overwhelming. Taking the appropriate planning steps can make the application process easier and more fluid. You will cover the Federal financial assistance process from identifying and qualifying opportunities to submission. You will navigate...
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Grant funders need tools and know-how to assess the financial capabilities of their recipients—before, during, and after a Federal grant award. The ability to know when and how to evaluate recipients, conduct risk assessments, and monitor activities through financial statements, audit reports,...
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Federal HR personnel often provide customer service to internal stakeholders, and delivering exceptional service can in turn enhance others’ job performance. You will learn how to work with customers in the Federal arena by delivering excellent customer service through root cause analysis,...
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Project management is not just for designated project managers. Every project—no matter the size—requires you to use sound project management principles, including interacting with stakeholders, managing and mitigating risk, and following the project lifecycle. You will learn the basics of...
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course
1,529 USD
12 more dates
Management Concepts
This course focuses on the use of cost accounting to support decision-making in the federal environment. It emphasizes applying the requirements of the Statement of Federal Financial Accounting Standards (SFFAS) No. 4: Managerial Cost Accounting Standards. Learning Objectives Interpret...
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Cybersecurity extends to all companies directly involved in delivery of products, services, and solutions to the Federal government, and through all tiers of the global supply chain. Lower levels of the supply chain are a huge risk to prime contractors and the government. Smaller companies often...
Feb 17—18, 2022
Online course