CFC’s industry-leading meetings and educational opportunities bring today’s financial and utility industry thought leaders to you. CFC’s events and training opportunities are complimentary for CFC members.
Held in conjunction with NRECA Regional Meetings. (Dates subject to change.)
Districts 1 & 4: September 9 | National Harbor, MD
Districts 5 & 6: September 16 | Minneapolis, MN
Districts 7 & 9: September 29 | Las Vegas, NV
Districts 2 & 3: October 6 | Birmingham, AL
Districts 8 & 10: October 20 | Dallas, TX
CFC’s annual conference on issues and challenges facing the electric cooperative network.
2022 | June 20–22 | Boston, MA
CFC Independent Borrowers Executive Summit (IBES)
CFC’s annual conference for senior and executive-level staff of rural electric systems that don’t borrow from the Rural Utilities Service.
2021 | November 15–17 | Tampa, FL
2022 | November 7–9 | Huntington Beach, CA
CFPC, an intensive, three-part finance program for senior and mid-level finance and accounting staff, is a collaborative program between CFC and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).
2021 Fall Program
Unit 1 in Madison, Wisconsin: August 23–27
Unit 2 in Dulles, Virginia: October 18-22
CFC is proud to offer the Key Ratio Trend Analysis (KRTA) Certificate Program. CFC has published KRTA—an annual report that tracks the median value of 145 financial and operational ratios for participating electric distribution cooperatives over the previous five years—since 1975.
KRTA Level 1 is always available online through CFC Academy.
Designed specifically for directors of CFC electric cooperatives, the statewide financial workshops provide attendees with a variety of finance-focused topics.
August 11-12, 2021
The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection | Spokane, WA
December 15-16, 2021
Overton Hotel & Conference Center | Lubbock, TX
Learn more about how you match your professional development needs with CFC programs.
For Electric Cooperative Directors
This training looks at best practices for how electric cooperative leaders should demonstrate principled leadership, financial stewardship, effective governance and management risk oversight.
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