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Operating and Capital Budgeting

CPE Credit

12 CPE and satisfies requirements for Certification by the Treasurer's Association of Virginia and VGFOA Certificate Program. A certification exam will be given immediately after the end of the class.

Objective

The program will focus on the tools and topics important in understanding modern budgeting. The program will survey an array of techniques central to establishing broad goals to guide decision making, developing policies, plans, and strategies, monitoring, and evaluating budgetary performance. In addition, participants will analyze the politics of budgeting, revenue forecasting methods, capital programming concepts, public involvement, expenditure analysis, budget systems, and other topics relevant to developing, implementing, and monitoring budgets.

Upcoming Courses for Operating and Capital Budgeting:


Online: Operating and Capital Budgeting 2022

January 1, 2022 12:00am - December 31, 2022 11:59pm EST

Online Course

The course below is available online through Radford University’s Government and Nonprofit Assistance Center (GNAC). You must register through VGFOA to take this course. Once you register, an email is sent to GNAC notifying them that you are enrolled. GNAC will then send you a password so that you can log on to their website and take the course.

Due to processing time, please note that it may take 3-5 business days before receiving the follow-up email from GNAC regarding your course password.

Operating and Capital Budgeting

CPE Credit:   7.5 CPE and satisfies requirements for Certification of the VGFOA Certificate Program. A certification exam will be given immediately after the end of the class.

Objective:      The program will focus on the tools and topics important in understanding modern budgeting.  The program will survey an array of techniques central to establishing broad goals to guide decision making, developing policies, plans, and strategies, monitoring, and evaluating budgetary performance.  In addition, participants will analyze the politics of budgeting, revenue forecasting methods, capital programming concepts, public involvement, expenditure analysis, budget systems, and other topics relevant to developing, implementing, and monitoring budgets.

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