Opening & Closing a Field Office
|Early - Apr 10||Regular - May 01||Late - May 22|
Collectively, international NGOs open and close hundreds of field offices annually, a process which is time-consuming, costly, and risk-prone. This one-day workshop provides practical, how-to guidance by practitioners who know the ins and outs of these processes. If you have responsibilities in this area, you will appreciate the thorough review of best practices provided by our expert trainers, along with the templates, checklists, and other key documents that are included with this workshop. Facilitated in a participatory style, this course consistently receives positive feedback from participants, whose comments have included, “Very informative and excellently presented. Great intro to all the various elements.”
Who Should Attend
- Operations staff who work on global programs
- Compliance staff responsible for complying with funder, organizational, and local requirements, including legal codes
- Project leaders and managers who are responsible for implementing projects with a field office component
What You Will Learn
This workshop explores critical aspects of field office opening and closing, such as site selection, registration, budgeting, legal representation, technology, insurance, security, and termination of leases. You will learn how to:
- Implement standard operating procedures to open and close field offices effectively
- Create an operational team tasked with opening and closing field offices
- Identify and mitigate important risks within the opening and closing field office processes
The InsideNGO Advantage
For more than 35 years, InsideNGO has been “inside” the NGO community, supporting organizations as they address the world’s most pressing social issues. We are widely recognized as the leader in US government assistance compliance training. Our training activities are designed to help you and your organization build capacity, strengthen decision-making, develop more efficient systems, and identify effective solutions to important challenges. Our learning programs are modeled on the best practices in adult learning. In today’s complex operating environment, learning has never been more important, and we take great pride in being your partner in professional and organizational development.
Participants at the workshop will earn 7.8 CPE credits and receive a certificate of attendance. The course level is Basic. The delivery method of this program is Group Live and the Field of Study is Specialized Knowledge.
Humentum 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 website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
1120 20th St NW
Suite 520S (Building 1)
Washington DC 20036
The nearest Metro stops to the workshop are Farragut North on the Red Line and Farragut West on the Blue/Orange/Silver Lines. Find a map of the DC metro system here.
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