Optional Online Certification Exam to be completed between the last class and for 7 days thereafter.
A CDBG grantee has much latitude in how to use subrecipients, but this course focuses on subrecipients engaged in delivering public service activities. The management and oversight principles are applicable for all Consolidated Plan program subrecipient activities.
The course follows the CDBG subrecipient management process linearly, starting with establishing priorities in the Consolidated Plan and concluding with HUD’s role in overseeing the grantee’s relationship with its subrecipients. Participants will be introduced to important CDBG subrecipient management concepts mandated in 2 CFR 200 with an emphasis on internal controls and financial management requirements, followed by a review of portions of 24 CFR 570 pertinent to meeting national objectives and delivering public service activities. Participants will discuss various approaches to selecting subrecipients; developing and evaluating applications; and delivering effective subrecipient training and technical assistance. Participants will work through the process of building fully compliant subrecipient files, setting up subrecipient activities in IDIS, tracking subrecipient progress, then implementing the jurisdiction’s monitoring plan.
Attendees who pass the optional exam will receive a Certificate of Completion.
If you have one year or less working with CDBG, we strongly recommend that you take the Subrecipient Management Primer training that is available to you On Demand (see below). It will give you a solid footing for taking the Subrecipient Management course. As a special incentive, we are offering it at half price to registrants for the Subrecipient Management course. When you register for the course, use the coupon code SubMpod50 to waive the fee.
Register here for the Subrecipient Management Primer on demand course.
Group Discount - You are also encouraged to invite the future leaders on your staff to participate in this great training experience too! NCDA's courses provide early-career professionals and emerging leaders with the tools they need to build their skills. As an added bonus, register yourself and at least four of your colleagues together on this form for a 15% discount off your registration fees. The discount will automatically be taken on registrations on this form of 4 or more people.
You can find a course agenda here.
General Registration - $350Registration after 02/10/23 - $400 (CREDIT CARD ONLY)
General Registration - $450Registration after 02/10/23 - $500 (CREDIT CARD ONLY)
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