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About NGMA's 2020 Annual Grants Training

NGMA’s Annual Grants Training is THE must-attend event for grants management professionals and practitioners!

Attend grants training sessions delivered by subject matter experts, gain practical knowledge, learn about best practices and important policy developments, participate in invaluable networking opportunities with peers from across the nation and visit with industry exhibitors.

NGMA's 2020 Annual Grants Training will be held at the Crystal Gateway Marriott, 1700 Richmond Highway, Arlington, VA 22202. Reserve your room through NGMA's Special Reservation Site. This rate is only guaranteed until the block sells out.

            • Over 50 breakout sessions tailored to new, seasoned, and expert professionals serving various industries across the grant community
            • Participate in invaluable networking opportunities with peers from across the nation
            • Meet, talk, and collaborate with industry exhibitors
            • Visit the Federal Foyer to have one-on-one conversations with many Federal granting agencies
            • And More!
Annual Grants Training Learning Objectives:

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

            • Identify new requirements outlined in legislation impacting the field of grants management.
            • Apply best practices in grants management.
            • Analyze new concepts and strategies for improving organizational efficiencies in the field of grants management.
            • Earn up to 20 CPEs!

              Save the 2021 dates!
              Tuesday, April 6 - Thursday, April 8
              GMBoK: Thursday, April 8 - Saturday, April 10


How Do I Earn Continuing Professional Education for attending the Annual Grants Training? 

The Annual Grants Training (AGT) is a great opportunity to earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) with its stellar breakout sessions, panel discussions and keynote presentations for the Grants Management Professional.  Attending AGT will allow you the opportunity to earn up to 20 CPE credits that are NASBA approved.  

To earn your CPE credits, you need to check-in at the registration desk on the first day of the Annual Grants Training and also check out at the registration desk on the last day.  You will also need to complete, sign, and date an Attestation Form that marks each session you attended.  All three steps need to be taken in order to earn your CPE credits and to receive a CPE certificate. The Attestation Form will be provided to you at check-in on the first day.

If you will be attending the Grants Management Body of Knowledge (GMBoK) you can earn an additional 13.5 CPE credits. For this training, you will need to sign in at the GMBoK Training registration desk and sign out on the last day of that training.

The AGT and GMBoK Training are separate and check-in/out should be completed for each.