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We hope you enjoyed the 2016 mini professional development training event.  Looks like we had outstanding participation and great speakers. Did you miss a presentation, or want to learn more?  Visit this link for a recap.  http://www.agavapen.org/spring-pdt-2016.html

 

Find below our most recent training.  The EDFM module 1.1 is now available online for personal or chapter training.  Did you know that EDFMT training can count towards your DoD FM certificate?

For more on professional development, contact your Area Rep

Air Force Area Rep – Karen Heim – karen.heim@us.af.mil

Army Area Rep – Concetta Rendon – concetta.m.rendon.civ@mail.mil
Coast Guard Area Rep – Paula Crawford –Paula.J.Crawford@uscg.mil
Navy Area Rep – Malvin Carroll – carroll_malvin@bah.com

For September we had Ms. Pamela S. Condino from the USAF speak on seek promotions.

sep-2016-navigating-to-promotion

 

For August 2016, we had Tara Lambert from the USCG Finance Center speak on Professional certifications.   aug-2016-luncheonThe Importance of Certification

 

In October 2015, we had Clinton McRae from the Norfolk Naval Shipyard speak about situational leadership.

21 October Training

In September 2015, we had Colonel Lester “JR” Weilacher, the Air Combat Command Director of Financial Management and Comptroller

ASMC Brief – 22 Sep 15_Leadership Thoughts

For August we had Mr Runnels, Executive Director of the ASMC.

ASMC Defense Financial Management – Runnels (3)

For April 2014 we had Dawn Cyr, Director of Army’s TRADOC Office of Internal Review and Compliance (IRAC) speak about THE ROLE AND CHALLENGES OF INTERNAL AUDITORS

22 April IRAC Presentation

For November 2014 we were fortunate to learn more about the DoD FM Certification program. In October we received ethics training. A couple of great events, back to back with near record turnouts. We had over 100 attend the November luncheon.

5_Nov_HamptonRoads_DoD_FM_Cert_FAQ_Briefing_FIN

Check out the presentation from our September luncheon, understanding unliquidated obligations.

ULO_Presentation

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