May 23 and 24, 2017
Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston, South Carolina
Effective strategies for Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance have long been at the heart of any successful Head Start or Early Head Start program. Staff, management, the governing body, and the Policy Council should all understand key ERSEA requirements under the new Head Start Program Performance Standards. By attending our exclusive, two-day training institute in Charleston on May 23 and 24, you will learn the keys to ERSEA success.
Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance (commonly called “ERSEA”) are among the keys to a successful Head Start or Early Head Start program. However, ERSEA requirements have been undergoing changes, starting even before the recent implementation of the most significant revisions to the Head Start Program Performance Standards in over 20 years. Under the new Head Start Program Performance Standards, the ERSEA standards are at the heart of program operations. Furthermore, the Office of Head Start continues to require full enrollment while, under the revised Performance Standards, encouraging agencies to provide more enrollment opportunities and services to vulnerable populations. Additional changes have been made to all areas of ERSEA. By attending the Head Start ERSEA Institute in Charleston, South Carolina, on May 23 and 24, 2017, you will learn the new ERSEA rules and ensure that you possess the keys to success for your Head Start or Early Head Start program.
During the two full days of this special Institute, you will explore Head Start and Early Head Start Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance topics in detail, including:
- Eligibility rules for Head Start and Early Head Start (including Migrant and Seasonal programs) under the Head Start Act and the new Head Start Program Performance Standards;
- Services to homeless children and other vulnerable populations;
- Enhanced eligibility verification requirements under the new Performance Standards;
- Relationship between ERSEA and planning;
- Recordkeeping and privacy rules under the revised Head Start Performance Standards;
- Transitions between Early Head Start and Head Start as well as school;
- Services to pregnant women;
- Effective recruitment strategies for Head Start and Early Head Start;
- Reserving enrollment opportunities;
- Attendance requirements under the revised Performance Standards;
- Suspension and expulsion rules for Head Start and Early Head Start programs;
- Changes to requirements for filling vacancies under the new Performance Standards;
- General approach to ERSEA under the new Head Start Program Performance Standards; and,
- Common ERSEA issues and how to avoid problems related to ERSEA.
The Head Start ERSEA Institute in Charleston will discuss these topics and other critical information about Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance requirements and best practices to help ensure the success of your Head Start or Early Head Start program operations. You will also have multiple opportunities to ask and get answers to your individual questions about ERSEA throughout both days of the Institute.
March 28 and 29, 2017
Boston Marriott Quincy
Quincy, MA (Boston Area)
A new year and a new administration mean changes for Federal grants management. Attend the OMB Super Circular Training and Federal Grants Management Update in the Boston area, on March 28 and 29, 2017, to ensure that you not only understand the fundamentals but are also up-to-date on the latest developments affecting grants management.
Grants management and the requirements of the Office of Management and Budget’s Uniform Grants Guidance (better known as the OMB Super Circular) continue to evolve. More changes are expected in 2017 as a new administration takes office. This updated, two-day training covers both the fundamentals as well as recent developments that you need to know to stay in compliance with grants requirements. The training will cover the major requirements of the Super Circular for those new to grants management or wanting a refresher but goes beyond the fundamentals to explain recent changes and related legislative, legal, accounting, and policy developments for both new and experienced grants professionals. By attending the OMB Super Circular Training and Federal Grants Management Update 2017, you will learn not just about the major requirements and recent changes in the Super Circular but also about current developments in grants management and how these developments will affect grant-funded organizations in 2017.
During this special two-day Boston-area conference, you will learn about the Super Circular’s key requirements and recent changes, challenges in implementing the Uniform Guidance, and related developments in Federal grants management for 2017 and beyond. The topics that you will explore include the following:
- Key requirements under the Super Circular (Uniform Grants Guidance) and amendments;
- Impact of recent court and administrative decisions on Federal grants management;
- Recent legislation addressing issues in grants management;
- Administrative requirements under the Super Circular and challenges in implementation;
- Procurement and property management standards under the Super Circular, changes affecting procurement standards, and common problems in implementing the new standards;
- Requirements of the Federal Awardee Performance Integrity and Information System (FAPIIS);
- Requirements for risk management in the award and management of grants and subgrants;
- Unified cost principles under the Super Circular and issues encountered in navigating the new cost principles;
- Time and effort documentation;
- Single Audit Act (Subpart F) audits, reporting, and resolution under the Uniform Guidance; and,
- Revisions to the Annual Audit Compliance Supplement.
In addition to discussing these and other important grants management topics, the OMB Super Circular Training and Grants Management Update 2017 will discuss the future of the Uniform Grants Guidance and the direction of grants management under the new administration. Throughout both days of the conference, you will also have multiple opportunities get answers to your Super Circular and grants management questions.