Financial Planning, Management & Cost of Service Studies: What Managers Need to Know (online)
With ever-increasing pressures and challenges on utilities from heightened customer expectations, changing regulations, technology advances, and a changing workforce, those who lead and manage public power utilities must be equipped with the knowledge and skills to create an effective and sustainable organization with engaged, skilled and committed employees. This course is part of the Public Power Manager Certificate Program, designed for new generation of leaders as well as existing supervisors and managers. Participation in this highly inter-active program developed specifically for public power will help leaders provide organizational direction as they navigate a changing and complex industry environment.
Join this class to learn about the financial
management, budgeting, cost of service studies and the various forms of
electric rates. Attendees will learn how to convey these methods to utility
policymakers to aid in decision making. Click here to register!
Courses can also be taken individually, for those
who aren’t pursing the certification. To earn a Public Power Manager certificate,
participants must complete the three required Courses listed below, then within
a year of completing the program curriculum, complete a post-course project
that applies principles from the six key leadership dimensions learned in
class. Participants may choose to complete one of three project types.
APPA’s Public Power Manager Certificate Program:
Financial Planning, Management and Cost of Service Studies: What Managers Need to Know (05/24/2022)
Strategic Challenges & Trends for Public Power Manager (Summer 2022)
Strategic Leadership for Public Power (Summer 2022)
Who Should Attend?
Mid-level public power managers and supervisors
interested in improving their management, communication, leadership capability.
New senior managers, and those with experience, who wish to refresh or enhance
their knowledge and skills by participating in a highly interactive program
will also benefit from this program.
Provider: American Public Power Association (APPA)
Date: Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Time: 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Length: 1 day
Capacity: minimum of 15 attendees; maximum of 50 attendees