|June 19, 2015||Plano||1-5 pm||May 29|
Dates/locations for 2015 will be posted as they are arranged.
Registration Fee (Includes APT manual - New 3rd Edition)
GTOT member: 85.00; non-member: 95.00
Late Registration: No registrations accepted after May 29 for Plano. Walk-in registrants are not accepted.
To qualify for the member rate, one participant must be a GTOT member. Membership resides with the individual, not the organization.
Groups of 10 or more from the same entity may qualify to register at the member rate.
Groups must meet the following qualifications: (1) at least one person in the group must be a GTOT member, and (2) all registrations must be faxed together to obtain this rate.
Please email email@example.com or call 940-369-7843 for approval before registering a group.
Cancellation and Substitution Policy
If you are registered and cannot attend, we encourage you to send a substitute. Refund requests (less a $25 processing fee) will be honored if cancellation is emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 weeks prior to seminar. No refunds for cancellations less than 2 weeks prior to seminar.
Attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion. GTOT does not offer CPE for this seminar.
About the Cash Handling Seminar
The Association of Public Treasurers’ Cash Handling Seminar is a four-hour program designed to train government employees and officials in proper cash handling techniques. Finance officers, treasury officials, city clerks, and cash handlers are encouraged to attend. The Cash Handling Training Manual is the required text for the workshop. The Manual serves as a model on which a government can base its own program and manual, with a comprehensive set of cash handling techniques, a training syllabus, and instructions on how to develop a manual/program for an individual government. A government’s manual may be submitted to the Association of Public Treasurers for review and certification. Workshop participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from the Association of Public Treasurers.
About the Trainer
Anthony Francisco, who has taught cash handling training courses to treasurers, finance officers and cash handling staff throughout the US and Canada for over 10 years, is also the main author of the original and brand new Second Edition Cash Handling Training Manual. Since Anthony developed the course, manual and certification program in 1997, hundreds of communities have participated in this important cash handling program.
About the Association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada
APT US&C represents over 1,000 public treasury and finance officials in local, county and state/ provincial governments throughout North America. The Association provides education, certifications and technical assistance to its membership, state chapters and universities. Visit www.aptusc.org for more information.
Among the Topics Covered in the APT Workshop and Manual
|Cash Handling Program Certification||Other Forms of Payments|
|Mission Statement||Daily Cashier Operations|
|Training Objectives||Introduction to Daily Cashier Operations|
|Material Organization||Opening Activity/Cash Drawer Setup|
|The Purpose of the City Treasurer’s Office||Receiving and Receipting City Funds|
|Your Job as a Cash Handler||Custodial Responsibility of Cash Handlers|
|Federal Cash Handling Regulations||Losses/Shortages/Overages|
|The Federal Reserve System||Closing Activity|
|Legal Background for Treasury Functions||Balancing Cash Drawer|
|Currency and Check Recognition||Locating Cash Differences|
|Recognizing Currency||Common Errors|
|Counting Currency||Reasons for Hard-to-Find Errors|
|Receiving Monies||Filling Out Deposit Slips|
|Walk-Through||Armored Car and Night Deposit|
|Counting Coins||“Non-Government” Money|
|Steps to Receive Currency and Coins||Security Procedures/Loss prevention|
|Making Change||Introduction to Security Procedures|
|Strapping and Bundling Currency||Robbery|
|Handling Mutilated Currency||How to Prevent a Robbery|
|Rules for Redemption of Mutilated Currency||Procedures to Follow During a Robbery|
|Counterfeit Currency||Procedures to Follow After a Robbery|
|Raised Notes||Fire/Bomb Threat|
|Checks and Check Cashing||Emergency Procedures|
|Types of Checks||Sample Cash Handling Legislation|
|Parts of a check||Cash Handler’s Training Syllabus|
|Check Negotiability||Federal Reserve System|
|Check Endorsements||U.S. Currency|
|Identification of Checkwriter||Glossary of Terms|
|Check Fraud||Sample Cash Drawer Reconciliation Sheet|
|Credit/Debit/Charge Cards||Currency Handling Exercise|
|Credit Card Transactions|