Training & Technical Assistance Services

T/TAS Training Events Calendar

Tuesday, June 7th
9:00am - 3:30pm
  • Location: Omni Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, GA
  • Time: 9:00am - 3:30pm

Completing the Financial Reports, Including Federal Financial Reports
SF-425’s (Cash and Outlay/Expenditure) and Real Property Status Report
(SF-429’s SF-429A; SF-429B and SF-429C)

This session is a Pre-Conference Seminar of the Region IV Head Start Association 2022 Leadership Summit. For full RIVHSA Leadership Summit information/registration, visit https://rivhsa.org/training-events/leadership-summit/

Session Includes Public Policy Luncheon – NOTE: Pre-registration is required due to luncheon. Onsite registration will not be available. Space is limited, register by May 27! 

June 7, 2022
9:00 AM – 3:30 PM EDT (NOTE that this is in the Eastern Time Zone!)
Omni Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, GA

Register Online - Unless the event fills first, registrations for this event must be received by May 27, 2022. T/TAS is not taking registration by mail, fax, or email.

Standard Registration: $350
T/TAS@Your Service Subscribers: $320 - some restrictions apply

Download a PDF version of the Completing the Financial Reports SF-425s and -429s Brochure HERE

The training is designed for all fiscal staff, including Fiscal Officer or equivalent; Director (Executive, Head Start and Early Head), staff responsible for managing facilities and equipment, other staff, governing body and Policy Council.  

Non-Federal entities (formerly known as Grantees) that receive a Head Start and/or Early Head Start award for a five-year period of performance are required to periodically submit a series of Federal Fiscal Reports. Recently, the Department of Health and Human Services made changes to the Quarterly SF-425 (Cash) reporting. We will address the affect the changes have on recipients. Additionally, the Uniform Guidance (45 CFR Part 75.302(b)(2)) requires non-federal entities to disclose the financial results of each Federal award or program to the funding sources that are accurate, current, and complete (ACC).

The following reports are required to effectively and efficiently manage the Head Start program:

  1. Federal Financial Report SF-425 (Cash)
  2. Federal Financial Report SF-425 (Outlay/Expenditure)
  3. Real Property Status Report SF-429; SF-429A; SF-429B & SF-429C

This workshop will provide guidance on how to ensure the reports pass the ACC test.


  • Participants will be provided the federal requirements for completing the financial reports;
  • Participants will be provided strategies on the use of the accounting system data and records to complete the financial reports; 
  • Participants will be provided strategies on how to reconcile the internal reports to the federal reports; and
  • Participants will be provided strategies for completing internal reports necessary for management accountability and oversight by the governing body and policy council/committee.


  • Participant will know the regulations and policies applicable to the federal reports;
  • Participants will know what accounting systems data and account records to use to complete each of the three federal reports;
  • Participants will be able to use data from its monthly financial reports to reconcile to the federal reports; and
  • Participants will know how to structure their monthly financial reports to align with the operating budget.


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Wednesday, June 8th
10:30am - 12:30pm
  • Location: Virtual
  • Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm

Jun 7-8, 2022
Virtual Training
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM CT each day

Sessions are live. No recordings will be available.

View Brochure for full details, agenda, and participation and technology information.

To ensure you will be ready to participate in T/TAS online courses or virtual training, review our "Technology Guidelines for T/TAS Online Courses or Virtual Training Events" prior to registering. 

Online Registration 

Registration deadline is May 26th!

Standard Registration: $435

T/TAS@Your Service Subscribers: $400 
0.4 CEUs (4 contact hours) from Western Kentucky University: $25

Developing effective Parent Committees ensures that all parents have a significant decision-making experience with support from program leadership and other decision makers, a process that supports school readiness. This institute aligns with two of OHS’ Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework’s family engagement outcomes, Families as Advocates and Leaders and Family Connections to Peers and Community. Parents and program staff will have the opportunity to review, revise, and renew their commitment to implementing parent-driven Parent Committees and to address relevant program practices for today’s parents.

Thoughtfully planned Parent Committees in partnership with parents helps ensure successful, meaningful leadership experiences. Every aspect of this institute will emphasize the importance of parents individualizing the Parent Committee to meet their needs.

Learning Outcomes

  • To explore staff perceptions of the Parent Committee and the specific tasks and roles parents play in the Parent Committee that incorporates leadership, advocacy, and networking.

  • To develop creative strategies to better engage families in the Parent Committee to ensure each parent has a significant decision-making experience throughout the program.

  • To gain a better understanding of the importance of the relationship between school readiness and the Parent Committee and parent transitions.

  • To increase the knowledge of relevant regulations, guidelines, and best practices relative to the Parent Committee.


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 Last Modified 7/30/19