Continuing Professional Education
Courses Offered by EdMIS

Education Management Information Systems, Inc. provides CPE related specifically to accounting, auditing, compliance management, internal controls, and financial reporting for local governmental entities. Our courses are all presented in a live and interactive format – a group live format and/or an internet based group live format which we call Web View. Web View participants can hear other participants’ questions and answers as well as communicate their own. Course material can be printed from the emailed PDF files. For more information about Web View, click on the link to the left. Handouts include Power Point© slides for the outline, well documented reference materials, and useful tools for performing audit procedures, designing internal controls, documenting compliance with applicable laws and policies, and preparing the annual financial and compliance report. Our courses range from basic bookkeeping for staff in governmental entities to intermediate level courses for experienced auditors and accounting supervisors. Review the list below for the courses currently being offered. Click on the link to the left to see the schedule and locations for each course offering.

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Implementing GASB Statement #68

TRS has published the data needed to prepare accounting entries and financial statements in accordance with GASB #68 for schools in Texas.  The data includes the information required for reconciling normal retirement program entries at the governmental fund level with the census data reported to TRS, adjusting government-wide and non-governmental fund statements, and preparing appropriate financial statements, including notes and RSI, for school districts.

This four-hour course will help you walk the data from TRS’s material to your clients' annual financial reports using a worksheet that prepares the needed journal entries and tables in the notes and RSI.  

CPE Credit: 3 hours in Accounting (Governmental) and 1 hour Auditing (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based Format
Prerequisite: None
Level: Update
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

Learning Objectives:

After completing the course, you should be able to:

  • Explain the effect of GASB #68 on fund level financial statements
  • Prepare entries necessary to convert the data for governmental funds to government-wide statement disclosures
  • Prepare the notes to the basic financial statements
  • Prepare the RSI schedules and notes
  • Perform appropriate auditing procedures 
Internal Controls for Governmental Entities

Where do you start when you design internal controls for cities and counties? How do you implement the controls you have designed and then how do you monitor them to ensure they are providing the controls you expected. This course helps you answer these questions for your own governmental entity. It follows the COSO (Committee of Sponsoring Organizations) guidelines providing design and monitoring tools for each of the five components. 

You will be able to download and print the course materials which serve as the basis for classroom discussions.  We will also demonstrate software which will help you design and document the control structure that meets your needs.

CPE Credit: 4 hours in Accounting (Governmental) and 4 hours in Auditing (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: None (Accounting background equivalent to first college-level course in accounting is assumed)
Level: Basic
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

When you have completed Internal Controls for Governmental Entities, you should be able to do the following:

  • Describe your entity's control environment and identify needed improvements
  • Assess the risks related to achieving management's objectives for each significant activity.
  • Connect assessed risks with the control activities that help ensure that management's directives are carried out.
  • Note how information is captured and communicated among appropriate managers so they have sufficient detail in a timely manner to enable them to carry out their responsibilities efficiently and effectively.
  • Identify key monitoring processes related to managers performance, the functioning of internal control systems and corroboration of the effectiveness of controls by external parties.

Who should take it?

If you are the principal financial or business officer, the head of accounting, the internal auditor, the independent auditor or a person charged with governance of an entity that does not have a sound written internal control structure, you belong in this course.

Internal Controls for Schools

Where do you start when you design internal controls for schools? How do you implement the controls you have designed and then how do you monitor them to ensure they are providing the controls you expected.

This course helps you answer these questions for your own school district. It follows the COSO (Committee of Sponsoring Organizations) and GAO Green Book guidelines providing design and monitoring tools for each of the five components.  A major advancement in this course is tying the control structures to TASBO's procedures template.   

You will be able to download and print the course materials which serve as the basis for classroom discussions.  We will also demonstrate a template (Excel or AUDIT-L.E.A.) which will help you design and document the control structure that meets your district's unique needs.

CPE Credit: 2 hours in Accounting (Governmental) and 2 hours in Auditing (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: None (Accounting background equivalent to first college-level course in accounting is assumed)
Level: Basic
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

When you have completed Internal Controls for Schools, you should be able to do the following:

  1. Describe your entity's control environment and identify needed improvements
  2. Assess the risks related to achieving management's objectives for each significant activity.
  3. Connect assessed risks with the control activities that help ensure that management's directives are carried out.
  4. Note how information is captured and communicated among appropriate managers so they have sufficient timely detail to enable them to carry out their responsibilities effectively and efficiently.
  5. Identify key monitoring processes related to managers' performance, the functioning of internal control systems, and corroboration of the effectiveness of controls by external parties.
  6. Link the control structure to the District's Procedures Manual (TASBO Template).

Who should take it
If you are the principal financial or business officer, the head of accounting, the internal auditor, the independent auditor or a person charged with governance of an entity that does not have a sound written internal control structure, you need this course.

Introduction to Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing

If you or some of your staff have no training or experience in preparing or auditing a school district’s annual report, our Introduction to Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing course will give you an excellent foundation for understanding the accounting principles and auditing standards that TEA requires Texas Schools to apply. It will help you understand new provisions issued by TEA and discussed in our Update course.

You will be able to download and print the course materials which serve as the basis for classroom discussions.

CPE Credit: 6 hours in Accounting (Governmental) and 2 hours in Auditing (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based Format
Prerequisite: NNone (Accounting background equivalent to first college-level course in accounting is assumed.)
Level: Basic
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

When you have completed Introduction to Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing, you should be able to do the following:

  • Identify the source of legal requirements and authoritative accounting and auditing standards which apply to Texas Schools.
  • Describe the provisions of GASB's Codification of Governmental Accounting and Financial Reporting Standards Section 1100, Summary Statement of Principles including the content and format of the Governmental Reporting Model (GASB #34 as amended by recent pronouncements).
  • Use TEA's Financial Accountability System Resource Guide and the account coding system.
  • Describe Yellow Book and Single Audit processes (the New EDGAR) applied to most Texas schools.
  • Discuss the electronic reports required by TEA.
  • Study other items as necessary.

Who should take it
If you have limited training or experience in accounting for Texas schools, but are responsible for performing accounting functions, you belong in this course.

OMB’s Uniform Guidance (the New EDGAR) and Yellow Book Requirements

Since the OMB Uniform Guidance (which consolidated eight OMB Circulars) became effective on December 26, 2014, it is unlikely that major federally funded programs will still be under the OMB Circular A-133 requirements this year.  Therefore, this seminar discusses only the UG’s impact on Texas school programs.  Remember that in relation to State and Local Education Agencies (SEAs/LEAs) it is often referred to as “The New EDGAR.”  Many compliance requirements had only minor alterations, but requirements for documenting procedures to ensure compliance changed significantly. 

School business managers and grant program directors will have to implement the new EDGAR and coordinate their revisions with the 2011 version of Government Auditing Standards (the Yellow Book).   These activities will impact procedures the auditor performs in connection with Single Audit Act audits.  Most of the procedures in the new EDGAR and the Yellow Book are interrelated and thus they are best learned together.  The purpose of this seminar is to examine Yellow Book and New EDGAR performance and audit requirements and connect them to generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS) audits.  You will be able to download and print the course materials which serve as the basis for classroom discussions.

CPE Credit: 4 hours in Accounting (Governmental) and 4 hours in Auditing (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: General knowledge of auditing financial reports (intermediate college level)
Level: Intermediate
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

Related to Yellow Book Audits

 

  • To determine when generally accepted government auditing standards (GAGAS) apply.
  • To understand the general standards of GAGAS, emphasizing independence and competence of the auditee.
  • To know what performance standards, field work standards, and reporting standards are added to the AICPA's generally accepted auditing standards by GAGAS.
  • To understand the general, field work, and reporting standards of attestation engagements and performance audits.

Related to Single Audit Act Audits

  • To understand the purposes and procedures of the New EDGAR and the respective responsibilities of auditees, Federal agencies and pass-through entities, and auditors.
  • To learn how to find or create compliance requirement checklists and internal controls for Federally funded programs.

Related to Audits of Governmental Entities

  • To determine how to coordinate audit procedures for audits of financial statements, Yellow Book audits, and Single Audit Act audits.

To accomplish our objectives we will study The New EDGAR, Governmental Auditing Standards - 2011 Edition, AICPA’s Statements on Auditing Standards (Clarified), and the "auditing target."

 

Who should attend? 

Personnel involved in planning, performing, reviewing or reporting on activities subject to a Yellow Book or Single Audit Act audit should attend this seminar. 

Overview of AUDIT-CITY in Testing, Analyzing and Reporting for Local Governmental Entities

This course provides a summary of the features of AUDIT-CITY from installation to the completion of the report. Emphasis is placed on the flow of data from the entity's ASCII file containing their accounting data through the trial balance to the data required for the preparation of the annual report. Detailed procedures will be presented in related courses.

You will be able to download and print the course materials which serve as the basis for classroom discussions.

CPE Credit: 4 hours in Accounting (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: Some experience in preparing financial statements for and/or auditing local governmental entities..
Level: Overview
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:
  • To review installation requirements including the special instructions for Windows 7, 8, and 10.
  • To review how to read and/or create ASCII files obtained from the governmental entity.
  • To review techniques for importing the client's chart of accounts to create a crosswalk linking each account number to the EdMIS codes used to prepare financial statements.
  • To show how the ASCII file is imported into the Crosswalk file and into the Trial Balance.
  • To demonstrate the flow of data from the Trial Balance in the data files created in the Report Generator.
  • To explain the data file structure in the Report Generator and relate it to the preparation of the Financial Report.
  • To review the check list of items that must "tie out" between exhibits.

To accomplish our objectives we will use real data from an example city. The instructor will carefully step through the demonstration using AUDIT-CITY. Use of a computer is not required.

Who should attend this course?

Personnel involved in the preparation and review of the annual financial and compliance report should take this course.

Overview of AUDIT-L.E.A. in Testing, Analyzing and Reporting for Texas Schools

This course provides a summary of the features of AUDIT-L.E.A. from installation to the completion of the report. Emphasis is placed on the flow of data from the school's ASCII file containing their accounting data through the trial balance to the data required for the preparation of the annual report. Detailed procedures will be presented in related courses.

You will be able to download and print the course materials which serve as the basis for classroom discussions.

CPE Credit: 4 hours in Accounting (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: Some experience in preparing financial statements for and/or auditing Texas schools.
Level: Overview
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:
  • To review installation requirements including the special instructions for Windows 7, 8, and 10.
  • To review how to read and/or create ASCII files obtained from the district.
  • To show how the ASCII file is imported into the Trial Balance.
  • To demonstrate the flow of data from the Trial Balance in the data files created in the Report Generator.
  • To explain the data file structure in the Report Generator and relate it to the preparation of the Financial Report.
  • To review the check list of items that must "tie out" between exhibits.

To accomplish our objectives we will use real data from a Texas school. The instructor will carefully step through the demonstration using AUDIT-L.E.A. Use of a computer is not required.

Who should attend this course?

Personnel involved in the preparation and review of the annual financial and compliance report should take this course.

Preparing the Indirect Cost Rate Proposal - 2016

The Texas Education Agency has implemented a new procedure for requesting an indirect cost rate for school districts and other local education agencies which they have labeled the Indirect Cost Rate Proposal (ICRP).  The ICRP process involves gathering and interpreting a considerable amount of information and then manually entering data into an Excel worksheet.

This course will present a procedure for extracting the information required for several of ICRP’s tabs – U-1, Restricted Rate Adjustment, and Excluded Cost – from your trial balance or your PEIMS data file.  We will illustrate this procedure using a routine we are adding to AUDIT-L.E.A.  We believe this extraction will be easier, will reduce the chances for errors, and will simplify your documentation.  Our approach uses procedures we employed for the Exhibit J-2 you have submitted for an indirect cost rate for over ten years.  While the information gathering and interpreting will be easier, you will still have to do some manual data entry.  

As we move through the year, we may need to revise our handout materials appropriately so you have the most current material and applications. Your registration in any Preparing the Indirect Cost Rate Proposal - 2016 program will allow you to download the most recent version of the handouts.

As always, the course handout materials include PowerPoint slides, useful tools, and reference materials from official documents.

CPE Credit: 4 hours in Accouting (governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based Format
Prerequisite: Basic understanding of indirect cost principles
Level: Update
Advance Preparation Requirements: none
Learning Objectives:

After completing the course, you should be able to:

  • Complete TEA’s ICRP
  • Explain the difference between restricted and unrestricted indirect cost rates
  • Identify the sources of information needed to complete the Indirect Cost Rate Proposal
  • Discuss other appropriate issues.
Principles of Governmental Accounting

This course introduces you to accounting for state and local governmental entities and public school systems. It presents the big picture. That is, it overviews governmental accounting from setting up the system through capturing data and processing it to reporting to various users of governmental financial information. It is based on the most current version of section 1100, Summary Statement of Principles of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board's Codification of Governmental Accounting and Financial Reporting Standards.

You will be able to download and print the course materials which serve as the basis for classroom discussions.

CPE Credit: 4 hours in Accounting (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: General knowledge of financial accounting and reporting (introductory college level)
Level: Basic
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

When you have completed Principles of Governmental Accounting, you should be able to do the following:

  • Describe the accounting and reporting capabilities that a governmental accounting system must have (complying with GAAP and legal requirements).
  • Explain fund accounting systems, including the function of governmental, proprietary, and fiduciary fund types in general and the function of each fund in any of those fund types.
  • Explain when a government must use modified accrual accounting (fiscal accountability) and when it must use accrual accounting (operational accountability).
  • Tell how to account for capital assets and long-term liabilities in both fiscal and operational accountability environments.
  • Describe budgeting and explain where and why budgetary control is required and how it is reported.
  • Explain when a transaction is classified as a transfer, revenue, expenditure, and expense. Describe what elements must be captured by the account code for each of these classifications.

Who should take this course?
If you understand the accounting cycle presented in a college-level principles of accounting course or our Elementary Bookkeeping Procedures Course,, but you have little or no training or experience preparing the financial statements for a governmental entity, you below in this course.

Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing Update - 2017

Texas school administrators and independent auditors must implement a number of new provisions this year.  TEA will probably have some new reporting and compliance guidelines; AICPA has a few new auditing standards and reporting guidelines; GASB has seven new standards (74, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, and 82) and a proposed new financial reporting model; TRS will need to furnish schools with information regarding the retirement system expenses and reporting procedures; and OMB’s new standards to implement the Uniform Guidance are fully effective this year. Several additional requirements that may have a significant impact on accounting for school activities, preparing for the annual financial and compliance audit, and conducting the audit may emerge.  As was true last year, many of the changes in reporting standards and compliance requirements are fairly simple to implement, but most of the documentation procedures are significant and demanding. 

Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing Update - 2017 will help grant program administrators, business administrators, and their independent auditors understand the documentation and financial reporting issues.

As we move through the year, we will probably need to revise our handouts so you have the most current material and applications. Your registration in any Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing Update - 2017 program will allow you to download the most recent version of the handouts. Even with these updates we anticipate we will need the Wrap Up courses scheduled in August and September.

As always, the course handout materials include PowerPoint slides, useful tools, and reference materials from official documents.

CPE Credit: 4 hours in Accounting (Governmental) and 4 hours in Auditing (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of governmental accounting
Level: Update
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

After completing the course, you should be able to:

  • Explain the contents of the annual financial and compliance report of Texas school districts
  • Explain reporting requirements of new GASB Statements
  • Discuss accounting, compliance, reporting, and auditing issues related to TEDA Chapter 313 
  • Describe the xml requirements of the PEIMS system
  • Explain the impact of the OMB's Uniform Guidance (New EDGAR) on compliance requirements, documentation of procedures, and client/auditor responsibilities 
  • Describe the data feed finalization process
  • Use appropriate wording of the auditors' reports
  • Document auditing procedures in conformity with the Clarity Project requirements
  • Discuss other appropriate issues.

Who should attend?
Independent auditors, school business personnel, internal auditors, school financial personnel, grant and program administrators, and members of the school’s audit committee should attend this seminar.

 

 

The City's Responsibility for Preparing the Annual Financial Report

The financial statements of any entity are its management's responsibility regardless of who prepares them. Therefore, at least one person in management should know how its accounting information has been accumulated and how the statements are extracted from appropriate data bases. That person must have suitable skill, knowledge and/or experience to monitor the preparation of the financial statements and take responsibility for them. The objective of this course is to help local governmental entities meet this requirement.

The handout material contains an extensive checklist to assist in assessing the completeness and accuracy of the accounting and financial statement preparation.

CPE Credit: 8 hours in Accounting (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: None
Level: Overview
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

When you have completed The City's Responsibility for Preparing the Annual Financial Report, you should be able to do the following:

  • Describe the city's account coding structure in detail
  • Analyze account data extracted through queries of the relevant data bases
  • Explain fund level financial statements: basic, combining, and individual funds
  • Define accountability in governmental accounting
  • Overview typical year-end adjustments
  • Explain error detection and validation of data quality
  • Prepare fund level financial statements
  • Prepare government-wide financial statements

Who should attend?
 Anyone who has responsibility for preparing the city's financial statements belongs in this course.

The District's Responsibility for Preparing the Annual Financial Report

The financial statements of any entity are its management's responsibility regardless of who prepares them. Therefore, at least one person in management should know how its accounting information has been accumulated and how the statements are extracted from appropriate data bases. That person must have suitable skill, knowledge and/or experience to monitor the preparation of the financial statements and take responsibility for them. The objective of this course is to help Texas school districts meet this requirement.

The handout material contains an extensive checklist to assist in assessing the completeness and accuracy of the accounting and financial statement preparation.

CPE Credit: 8 hours in Accounting (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: None
Level: Overview
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

When you have completed The District's Responsibility for Preparing the Annual Financial Report, you should be able to do the following:

  • Describe the district's account coding structure in detail
  • Analyze account data extracted through queries of the relevant data bases
  • Explain fund level financial statements: basic, combining, and individual funds
  • Define accountability in governmental accounting
  • Overview typical year-end adjustments
  • Explain error detection and validation of data quality
  • Prepare fund level financial statements
  • Prepare government-wide financial statements

 

Who should attend?
Anyone who has responsibility for preparing the district's financial statements belongs in this course.

Using AUDIT-City for Analysis, Testing and Preparation of Government Wide Adjustments - 2016

This one day course focuses on new features of AUDIT-CITY as well as many often overlooked features.  New reporting requirements from GASB will be discussed. 

The morning section of this course presents a review and demonstration of the account code crosswalk, many management and auditing tools in AUDIT-City for analyzing city data – current and prior years and budget and actual. The emphasis is on the Trial Balance program in AUDIT-City. Using real city data, the routines available are used to filter and query, prepare detailed and summarized reports, run compliance tests and prepare lead sheets.

In the afternoon we will review the procedure for creating data files in the Report Generator and importing or entering data into these files.  Editing and printing the fund level exhibits will be discussed.  A review of the fund to government wide adjustment system in AUDIT-City will be provided.  The focus of this discussion will be to show how the documentation for most of the required adjustments can be obtained from the Trial Balance data and worksheets provided in AUDIT-City.

CPE Credit: 4 hours (governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: Basic understanding of governmental accounting
Level: Overview
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:
Using AUDIT-L.E.A. for Analysis, Testing and Preparation of Government Wide Adjustments - 2017

This one day course focuses on new features and some often overlooked features available in AUDIT-L.E.A.  Persons taking this course should have experience using AUDIT-L.E.A. or should have completed the Overview of AUDIT-L.E.A.  Please remember that there are many useful features in AUDIT-L.E.A. We will not cover all aspects of the software.   

The morning section of this course presents features and tools available in the Trial Balance program in AUDIT-L.E.A.  Using real Texas school data, the routines available to filter and query, prepare detailed and summarized reports, run compliance tests and prepare lead sheets will be highlighted.

In the afternoon we will review the procedure for creating data files in the Report Generator and importing or entering data into these files.  We will review how to prepare, edit and print the fund level financial statements.  We will discuss in detail the system in AUDIT-L.E.A. for performing the fund to government wide adjustments and revenue allocations necessary to prepare the government wide statements.  We will introduce the now integrated system for calculating and posting the adjusting entries related to GASB 68 including the amortization schedule and the allocation of on-behalf contributions.

CPE Credit: 4 hours in Governmental Accounting and 4 hours in Governmental Auditing
Offered: Group Internet Based and Group Live Formats
Prerequisite: Experience Using AUDIT-L.E.A. or completion of the Overview of AUDIT-L.E.A. course
Level: Update
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:
  • To understand the many tools in the Trial Balance for testing and analyzing data imported from the District’s accounting system.
  • To review routines for comparing data (budget to actual, prior year to current year) and performing tests for compliance with Federal and State requirements.
  • To review various query routines to extract and export data for additional analysis.
  • To create a PEIMS data file and run the PEIMS edit checks to check for coding errors contained in the district’s data and in the proposed budget data.
  • To review requirements from T.E.A. regarding compliance testing.
  • To review the procedure for creating data files in the Report Generator and to understand the method or importing and/or entering data into those files.
  • To review the procedure for editing and printing the various exhibits required in the annual financial report.
  • To understand the accounting theory incorporated in the conversion and consolidating system in AUDIT-L.E.A. for preparing the government wide reports.
  • To discuss the required accounting and reporting codes and some selected adjustments necessary to consolidate and convert fund level data to the government wide data.
  • To review the various worksheets provided to document the items included in the adjustments.
  • To complete the two Government Wide exhibits – The Government Wide Statement of Net Position and the Government Wide Statement of Activities.
  • To discuss the electronic filing requirements from T.E.A. and show how these can be prepared using AUDIT-L.E.A.
  • To review any changes in reporting required by T.E.A. and GASB.


To accomplish our objectives we will use real data from a Texas school.  The instructor will carefully step through the demonstration using AUDIT-L.E.A.  There will be ample opportunity for specific questions regarding the tools available in AUDIT-L.E.A.  Use of a computer is not required. 

 
Who should attend this course?

Personnel involved in the preparation and review of the annual financial and compliance report should take this course.

Wrap Up of Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing Update - 2017

A number of questions will probably arise during the Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing Update seminars this year.  These questions may result from implementation of legislative action, new requirements for federal funds, different interpretations of information released in other seminars, etc.  This seminar attempts to answer these questions based on communications with TEA. ED, OMB, GOA, GASB, and the AICPA.

You will be able to download and print the course materials which serve as the basis for classroom discussions.

CPE Credit: 1 hour in Accounting (Governmental) and 1 hour in Auditing (Governmental)
Offered: Group Internet Based Format
Prerequisite: Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing Update - 2015
Level: Update
Advance Preparation Requirements: None
Learning Objectives:

After completing the course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify accounting requirements and options emerging from changes in laws, standards, and procedures
  • Understand TEA’s new EDGAR and FASRG applications
  • Resolve other issues that may come up during the continuing education season

Who should attend?
Anyone who attended Texas Schools Accounting and Auditing Update for 2016 should attend this seminar.

Cancellation and Refund Policy
Those who cancel in writing  seven working days before the course will receive a full refund.  If you cancel one to six working days before the course, you will receive a 50% refund of your registration fee.  If you cancel on the day of the course, you will receive no refund.  A minimum of 10 people must be enrolled for the course to be offered.  In the event that EdMIS cancels the course, we will refund your fee in full.  Contact us at 512 288-5988 for information.

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