ASHEBORO (April 15, 2021)
Randolph Community College is giving you a chance to learn municipal government finance from an expert. Biscoe Town Manager Brandon Holland’s online “Municipal Government Finance” class, which starts May 17, is designed to train municipal and county finance personnel in the responsibility of everyday fiscal operations. It is ideal for municipal finance officers, treasurers, clerks, purchasing agents, tax collectors, commissioners of finance, council members, other municipal officials, or individuals interested in a career in government finance. Topics of instruction include: Budgeting, Cash Management, Purchasing and Contracting, and the Annual Audit.
“Local government finance can be tricky,” Holland said. “This course is foundational for anyone who is or will be involved in finance for a municipality. You’ll learn everything from budgeting and accounting to understanding the annual audit and so much more.”
Holland attended Appalachian State University, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a concentration in Public Management and a minor in Communication, and a master’s degree in Public Administration. He holds municipal certificates from the University of North Carolina School of Government, having attended the North Carolina Municipal Administration course, the Local Government Federal Credit Union Fellows Leading for Results Program, and the Public Executive Leadership Academy. Holland is an active member of the International City Managers Association, the Appalachian State Local Government Alumni Association, and the North Carolina City/County Managers Association where he serves on the Masters of Public Administration Committee and the Conference Planning Committee.
The online class (#76713) is May17-June 24. The cost is $125.
For information or to register, call 336-328-1750.