Keeping your program running and in compliance with the requirements of your federal grant award means understanding and complying with the numerous laws, regulations and guidances surrounding grants. Our Federal Grants attorneys have trained thousands of organizations and program staff, as well as Board members, through online webinars and in-person trainings with easily-digestible legal information, helpful step-by-step instructions, and essential information that organizations receiving federal grants need to know to stay in compliance.
Federal Grants Trainings
Governance. Time and effort reporting. The Supercircular. All federal grantees must deal appropriately with these issues and many others that are integral to program operations.
Learn more about trainings for issues that have an impact on all federal grantees, including the Supercircular, here.
Head Start Trainings
Through our Head Start Legal Advisory Service, you have access to webinars year-round that provide your organization with high quality, cost-effective training. In all of our online trainings, our attorneys break through the complex federal grants framework to identify and explain the laws, where the rules come from, what they mean on a practical level, and how you can help ensure that your program is in, and will stay in, compliance. Our live, hands-on training sessions offer multiple days of in-depth review of laws, regulations, and best practices to keep your organization in compliance.
Learn more about our trainings for Head Start and Early Head Start programs here.
Our attorneys can develop a customized training to meet the unique needs of your organization or group. A sampling of training topics available in our custom trainings include: alternate funding sources, preparing for and responding to audits, governance, human resources and employment issues, internal investigations, subrecipient issues, and time and cost allocation.
For more information, or to develop or schedule a training, contact Jaime Hirschfeld, Director of Training and Technical Assistance, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 466-8960.