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CDBG Accredited Grant Administrators administer grants funded by the federal Community Development Block Grant program, which is part of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on behalf of cities, towns, and counties. The Grant Administrator serves as the liaison between the funded community and the Office of Community and Rural Affairs and is an expert on the CDBG grant process and federal guidelines.
The CDBG 101 Basic Course is the first step to becoming a CDBG Accredited Grant Administrator. City, town, and county elected officials and others interested in learning more about CDBG are also welcome at this course.
2015 dates: April 6, 13, 20 (9:00 am - 4:00 pm), April 27 (9:00am - 12:00 pm)
Location: The Garrison at Fort Benjamin Harrison , 5830 North Post Road, Indianapolis, 46216
Registration Fee: $100
Attendance is mandatory for all three sessions. Only those attending all three sessions will be permitted to take the certification test on April 27th.
To pay by check, download the Registration Form and mail with your payment to the address listed on the form. Registrations must be received by April 1, 2015 or before all spaces are filled.
If you prefer to pay with a Credit Card, a link will be available on this webpage soon.
OCRA is pleased to announce it will host a series of regional trainings across the state designed to equip local elected officials with information to effectively carry out the responsibilities of a CDBG award. The training will provide an overview of federal and state statutory and regulatory requirements that are required for successful implementation and completion of CDBG projects. All trainings will be held from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Watch this page for the dates, locations, and registration information!
Please be advised that this training workshop is for local elected officials only. Those eligible include: mayors, town or county council members, clerk-treasurers, commissioners, auditors, and township trustees. The workshop is specifically designed for elected officials and will not be relevant for others. Please do not register for this course if you are not a local elected official. Other local government employees will be approved at OCRA’s discretion. Local elected officials play a vital role in the administration of a CDBG grant.
The Office of Community and Rural Affairs will host the following continuing education courses for accredited grant administrators in 2015. All training will be held at the Indiana Government Center Conference Center in Indianapolis unless otherwise noted on the registration form. Successful completion of CDBG 101 is a prerequisite for all Continuing Education courses.
Dates and registration information is coming soon!