Virtual Recordings

Prior Virtual Training Recordings

We offered a limited number of recent virtual training recordings. Make sure to check back as these will be updated every couple months.

Back to School: EDGAR 101 (October 6, 2022)

New to federal education grants? This three-hour workshop will introduce you to your new best friend: EDGAR (the Education Department General Administrative Regulations). We will breakdown the major sections of EDGAR, including the administrative requirements, cost principles and audit requirements within 2 CFR Part 200 (Uniform Grant Guidance), and highlight areas that auditors focus on […]


Required Single Audit Resolution Responsibilities (February 14, 2023)

This session will cover the responsibilities of both the pass-through and the subrecipients once the single audit is conducted. We will discuss the types of violations that are significant, and then a step-by-step approach of what ED expects from both the grantee and subgrantee to correct those violations. We will provide illustrations of the internal […]


Specific Items of Cost (and Time and Effort) (January 26, 2023)

This training will provide an overview of the 57 selected items of costs identified in the Uniform Grant Guidance and review the general provisions for common costs identified in the list, including time and effort. This training will also review the federal requirements for allowable costs and discuss how they may relate to specific cost […]


Title I, A Fiscal (SNS, Allocations, Rank and Serve, Comparability, etc.) (January 24, 2023)

The Office of Elementary and Secondary Education has recently increased its monitoring of the fiscal requirements under Title I, Part A. This session will review the key fiscal requirements found in Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, including supplement not supplant, allocations, rank and serve, and comparability. The session will […]


Title I: New Guidance, Oversight, and Frequently Asked Questions (January 19, 2023)

Are you new to federal programs? Do you wish you knew more about what other programs can pay for? This webinar will provide an overview of the Title I program and how funding is allocated and should be spent, using the lens of ED’s Title I-A program monitoring tool. It will note key differences between […]


Financial Management and Cost Principles (January 17, 2023)

This virtual training will review the financial management and allowable cost sections of 2 CFR Part 200 – Uniform Administrative Cost Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (the Uniform Guidance, or UGG). All non-federal entities must maintain proper cash management procedures. This webinar will discuss the applicable financial management rules, including how […]


Programming for Special Populations: Title III-Part A (English Learners), Title I-Part C (Migrant Students), McKinney Vento (Homeless Students), Title I-Part D (Neglected or Delinquent Children) (January 31, 2023)

In this webinar, attendees will learn about the statutory and program requirements to serve English language learners, migrants, students experiencing homelessness, and children and youth in foster care or in correctional facilities. The presentation will cover recent guidance affecting these populations and will help administrators navigate these programs through the lens of the Department of […]


Procurement and Inventory Management (February 2, 2023)

In this course, we will cover the procurement and inventory requirements under the Uniform Grant Guidance, including new requirements added by the Office of Management and Budget in the 2020 revisions. This course will provide a detailed overview of the requirements under the federal rules, best practices for ensuring compliance, and information on what should be included in your procurement and inventory policies and procedures. We will also discuss how to prepare for federal audits and common pitfalls in procurement and inventory processes.


Title II and Title IV – Specialized ESEA Programs and How to Use Them (February 7, 2023)

This webinar will provide an overview for the spending rules on Titles II and IV of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Attendees will learn what activities these funds can be used for, how they can overlap, what pitfalls to watch for, and what new guidance or information has recently been issued on their […]


Don’t Get Cited for Substandard Subrecipient Monitoring and Follow-Up Enforcement/Corrective Actions (February 9, 2023)

Recent monitoring reports from ED and OIG Reports/Single Audits increasingly are citing Pass-Through Agencies on their less than robust subrecipient monitoring protocols. This session will discuss recent findings, as well as the regulatory requirements in 2 CFR 200.332 for risk-based monitoring by Pass-Throughs. In addition, we will profile the steps required for imposing conditions on […]


Recent Issues and Updated Guidance: Equitable Services under ESEA (February 16, 2023)

In this webinar, attendees will learn about recently updated Title VIII guidance for equitable services, what kinds of information ED is reviewing during monitoring of a district’s equitable services programs, and how districts can ensure their policies are up to date. Updated guidance has added new clarifications, but it has also raised new compliance questions […]


How Can States, Colleges, and LEAs Braid and Blend Funds Under Perkins V, AEFLA, and WIOA (February 21, 2023)

Both the U.S. Education and U.S. Department of Labor encourage grantees and subgrantees to collaborate and coordinate efforts to ensure that federal grant dollars are used in a prudent and compliant manner to serve participants enrolled in workforce training and education. This session will explain the essentials of braiding and blending federal funds under the […]


ESSER Updates and Recent Findings (February 23, 2023)

ESSER I’s liquidation period ends in January 2023 (unless a late liquidation period is granted to the district) and ESSER II will be in its final year, with ARP not far behind. The U.S. Department of Education (ED) and Office of Inspector General (OIG) have begun their oversight and the reports are coming in demonstrating […]


Virtual Training Details and FAQs

  • Costs
  • CPE Information
  • Virtual Recordings FAQs

$245.00 for 90-minute Online Recording (available via internet, no CPE credits awarded)

$495.00 for Online Recording (available via internet, no CPE credits awarded) longer than 2 hours

Attendees can receive a 10% discount for ordering 3 or more recordings. Please enter the coupon code 10off at checkout. Discounts must be entered at the time of registration and can not be combined. NO refunds will be provided. Any discounts incorrectly entered will be invalidated and invoices will be reissued for the corrected amount.


Refunds for recorded trainings are only permitted prior to a registrant being emailed the link to the recording. Since the links are sent as soon as the order is confirmed, it is unlikely that purchases for recorded webinars are eligible for a refund.

CPE Information

Can I receive CPE credits for viewing the recording?

  • Unfortunately not at this time. Given the NASBA requirements we are not able to provide credit for watching a recorded presentation.

Virtual Recordings FAQs

What platform do you use for the recordings?

  • The Bruman Group, PLLC currently uses BigMarker, as its virtual events platform. You should not need anything special on your computer to view the recording.


Do I receive a copy of the handouts with my recording?

  • Yes, you may download a copy of the handout for the recording by clicking on the Handouts icon in the options taskbar found at the bottom of the video. If you have any issues, email us at

When will I receive the online recording?

  • Access to the recording will be emailed as soon as your purchase is completed.

Is there a limit to how many times I can view the recording?

  • No, You may then watch it as many times as you choose. We typically retire our webinars after one year, but we may archive them earlier if there are major legal changes that impact the substantive content of the webinar.

How long are the virtual recordings?

  • Unless otherwise stated in the summary, our virtual trainings are 90 minutes (usually 75 minutes of training with approximately 15 mins for questions). While you can not ask questions during the recording you will be able to view and hear questions asked during the live session.