Who Should Attend:
CFOs, senior accountants, accounting staff, and finance staff who want to better understand CFO duties.
Related Webinars in This Series:
Leveraging the Highest Value from Available Data, January 30, 2020
Managing the Finances of Your Organization , February 19, 2020
Work Plan Oversight, March 18, 2020
Expanding Beyond the Distribution of Electricity, May 20, 2020
June - No webinar
Cash Flow, July 16, 2020
Investments, August 20, 2020
Time Value of Money, September 24, 2020
Capital and Long-Term Planning, October 15, 2020
In this webinar participants will consider those “other” duties of the CFO. Big picture responsibilities in the areas of policies, bylaws, and articles of incorporation will be discussed. Day-to-day challenges, including challenging financial situations, process improvement, internal controls, and communicating your financial story, will be topics. Details around financial policies' pros and cons, rate policies, and capital credit policies will also be discussed to round out this webinar.
- Understand the basics of your organization's bylaws, articles of incorporation, and policies as it relates to the success of your financial role
- Learn how to design and prioritize the implementation of effective internal control systems and measures
- Recognize the key components of process improvement processes, as well as the use and implementation practices of them in an electric utility setting
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Participant should have current standing as a Chief Financial Officer, be a licensed CPA, or hold a position as Senior Accountant.
Advanced preparation for this webinar is not required
Delivery method: Group Internet Based
Recommended CPE: 1.5
Recommended field of study: Accounting 1.0 and Finance 0.5
Other Continuing Hours: This course qualifies for 1 hour of CEU. NWPPA certificates will be issued upon full completion of the webinar.
Registration Requirements: Please register online at www.nwwpa.org, or contact Gail Patterson, email@example.com.
Teri Wallis, Terilyn Wallis Consulting
The webinar will be held from 10-11:30 a.m. Pacific Time. Attendees will be admitted 15 minutes before the webinar begins. The course is only available live; no recording will be made available.
How to Participate:
Instructions will be emailed to attendees 24 hours before the webinar and we recommend that you test the link to the meeting as soon as you get the instructions. The webinar is best viewed using Internet Explorer as your browser. We recommend that you use a landline for both your phone and your internet connections.
This registration is for one person to attend. We manage our webinars on an honor-system basis; if more than one person from a utility wishes to attend, each is to register separately.
Utility Member Early Bird (ends 3/16/2020): $90
Utility Member Standard: $115
Associate Member Early Bird (ends 3/16/2020): $135
Associate Member Standard: $160
Non-member Early Bird (ends 3/16/2020): $270
Non-member Standard: $295
Program Refund and Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations are accepted, with full refund, if request is made at least 30 days prior to the course date. Within 30 days, fees are as follows: 15-29 days, $100; 1-14 days or “no show,” 100% of registration fee. When possible, please send a substitute instead of canceling; NWPPA does not charge a fee for substitutions. To request a refund, please contact Gail Patterson, Registrar, at Gail@nwppa.org or (360) 816-1450. If registration was paid by credit card, a refund will be issued to that credit card; all other refunds will be issued via check. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaints or refunds, please contact our office at (360) 254-0109.
NWPPA endeavors to resolve any and all complaints as expeditiously as possible. If a complaint is not resolved to our members satisfaction, please contact Scott Corwin, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 816-1441. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaints or refunds, please contact our office at (360) 254-0109.
NWPPA Code of Conduct:
NWPPA holds professional conferences, meetings, and other events to enhance the success of our members, and we are committed to providing a professional environment free of inappropriate actions or harassment. All attendees are expected to observe the Code of Conduct while attending an NWPPA event and while participating in any NWPPA-sponsored social or networking function.
The Northwest Public Power Association is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its web site: www.nasbaregistry.org.