2021 Courses:

Budgeting

April 2022, Online Zoom, 6 hours (Elective Course)
Objective: to familiarize the participant with key areas of governmental budgeting and finance. Specifically, the course will focus on the appropriation and management of public funds, including the importance and background of budgets, the budgetary cycle, revenue projections, types of expenditures, and the execution of a budget.

General Ledger

April 2022, Online Zoom, 6 hours (Elective Course)
Objective: to familiarize the participant with the study of ledgers in which all the assets, liabilities, equity, revenue and expenses are posted and from which financial statements are prepared.

Fund Accounting

May 2022, Online Zoom, 6 hours (Required Core Course)
Objective: to familiarize the participant with the process of recording financial information that groups resources into funds based on their source and any limitations on use.

Purchasing/Accounts Payable

August 2022, Online Zoom, Tuscaloosa, AL – 6 hours (Elective Course)
Objective: to familiarize the participant with accounts and techniques used to record and generate payment to specific companies or individuals for products or services that have been purchased on credit by your entity. Accounts payable are usually items that will be paid for in less than one year.

Billings/Accounts Receivable

November 3, 2021, Online Zoom, Tuscaloosa, AL – 6 hours (Elective Course)
Objective: to familiarize the participant with techniques to record money that is owed and or paid to your entity for products or services that have been rendered by you on credit to customers.
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Payroll

January 9, 2022, Online Zoom, Tuscaloosa, AL – 6 hours (Elective Course)
Objective: to familiarize the participant with detailed accounting techniques for processing employee salaries and wages, bonuses, benefits and taxes. This course will also familiarize the participant with IRS rules and regulations.
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Any of the above courses may be taken independently of any certification program.