COURSE: WMGT 412 Fundamentals of Financial Management in Civil EngineeringOBJECTIVE: Provide students a basic financial management foundation to execute their daily duties efficiently and effectively in a civil engineer organization. DESCRIPTION: This is an educational course and not intended to train individuals on home station process and procedures. It is intended to educate students so they may apply lessons learned in class to their duties and responsibilities at any duty station. The curriculum initially covers Air Force centric financial management fundamentals. Then students begin learning how those fundamentals apply to a civil engineer organization. Topics such as utility sales, reimbursements, shop rates, and acquiring materials are discussed. In addition, students learn about asset management principles, project programming, contracting with respect to Civil Engineering, Family Housing Privatization, and a familiarization of Air Force Common Output Levels. Lastly, students receive several hours of IWIMS and ACES-FM training conducted by a subject matter expert currently working in the field. While many portions of the class remain lecture or guided discussion, many lesson objectives are reinforced through group exercises. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: CE Financial Manager (i.e. Resource Advisor, Budget Analyst/Assistant, Accounting Technician, etc.) and Asset Accountability Manager SECONDARY AUDIENCE: Installation Management Flight Chief, AFCEC Analyst, MAJCOM Financial Manager, Comptroller Squadron Budget Officer, Comptroller Squadron Civil Engineer Budget Analyst GRADE: No restrictions PREREQUISITES: Minimum one year in Civil Engineering (waiverable at six months with supervisor approval) DELIVERY METHOD: Classroom lecture, group discussion, and computer lab. COURSE CREDIT: 6 CEUs (IACET) 62 CET (DoD FM Cert Prog) COURSE LENGTH: 10 days QUESTIONS? Send us an e-mail by clicking the Contact Us button.