Training on Financial Procedures (CUFM)
Training on Financial Processes (Certificate in University Financial Management)
Did you know that there is training available about the University's financial policies and procedures?
Well, there is.
The Office of Finance has designed a multi-section training program that focuses on the business practices needed by budget units. It is a series of classes designed to familiarize the campus community with the different aspects of the Office of Finance. The intent of these classes is to ensure that employees have as much understanding of our complex system as possible. There are seven (7) required sessions with a review session offered to help employees prepare for the exam. Classes may be taken in any order.
Dealing with Payments/Cashiering
Accounts Payable, Part 2: Payments
A Guide to the Budget Process
Budget Management and Financial Reporting
Accounts Payable, Part 1: Travel
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST ATTEND ALL SESSIONS BEFORE YOU MAY TAKE THE CAPSTONE REVIEW AND SIT FOR THE EXAM.
Employees may begin participating in the program any time during the year. All classes, including the review session and exam, are offered twice yearly. Participants who complete all required courses and pass the exam are awarded a Certificate in University Financial Management.
All classes are scheduled from 9:00 am - 12 noon in Webb Center - pay special attention to the room location – here’s the link to the July-December schedule:
Registration is done using the Department of Human Resources' Learning Management System (LMS) tool through Old Dominion University's Knowledge Center.
REGISTER FOR CLASSES - Once you log into the ODU Knowledge Center, select Learning Center and then Course Catalog. Then find the specific class (Key Word Search - ODU – CUFM 2013-2 ). Classified employees are required to obtain supervisory permission prior to registering for classes. Click on the following link to access the ODU Knowledge Center URL.
AFTER YOU REGISTER - Once you register for a course, you will receive an automatically-generated e-mail.
PROBLEMS REGISTERING - If you experience problems with the ODU Knowledge Center, please contact email@example.com or telephone one of the administrators (Ray Gata, 757-683-5139; Thasheena Cutno, 757-683-3082).
REMINDER E-MAIL – If you are registered in the Knowledge Center, a few days prior to class Kathie Parker sends an e-mail with final reminders.
Posted By: Kathleen Parker
Date: Fri Jun 14 14:38:16 EDT 2013