Webinar: Monitoring Best Practices
1/3/2018 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (CT)
Training Seminar Outline
Advanced Preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
CPE*: 1.0 credit
Are you responsible for subrecipient or delegate monitoring? With its increased emphasis on risk management, 2 CFR Part 200 focuses on internal controls, the importance of prefunding reviews, and subrecipient monitoring. Therefore, you need a monitoring process that is efficient and effective and focuses on the right things. Our goal is to increase your awareness of all of the ways you get information so you can develop a system that focuses on the right things and gives you tools to assess your subrecipients’ process and results.
- Compare the emphasis on risk management in the subgrantee process in 2 CFR Part 200.
- Explore the requirements for monitoring subrecipients.
- Gain ideas for efficiently collecting information from your subrecipients.
- Prepare to use your time effectively during on-site monitoring.
$195 per connection
My Wipfli Nonprofit and Government Membership Service members automatically receive an additional $25 discount per registrant!
Notice of cancellation must be received 24 hours prior to start time of the webinar for a full refund of registration fees. If Wipfli cancels the webinar, you will be notified 24 hours prior to the webinar via email. All registration fees will be refunded. For questions or concerns, please call 888.876.4992.
To receive continuing professional education (CPE) credits (live webinars only), you will need to complete and submit a CPE request form within three business days of the webinar. A link to the form and directions to submit it are included in a webinar access email you will receive 24 hours prior to the start of webinar. The webinar must be paid in full to receive CPE credits. Purchase orders are accepted but not considered payment. You will receive a certificate via email within 14 business days of the webinar presentation
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Instructional Delivery: Group Internet-Based. For more information regarding administrative policies, such as complaint, cancellation, and refund policies, please contact our offices at 888.876.4992.