PMG offers an integrated series of developement programs for staff at varying levels.
Tuition is $1,050 for the three day program. Tuition includes program speaker fees, materials, a continental breakfast and lunch each full day. Participants are invoiced upon acceptance to FFS or ESI.
A processing fee of $100 will be charged for cancellations made less than three weeks prior to the start of a session. Cancellations made less than one week prior to a session will be charged the full registration fee.
Substitutions are allowed for FFS or ESI.
A $50 processing fee will be charged if a transfer from one session to another is requested less than three weeks before the scheduled session.
The tuition for the FFS and ESI is $1,050 per participant. Tuition covers all program fees, materials and lunch each full day. Agencies are responsible for all lodging expenses, parking, and other incidental expenses incurred by participants. Tuition may be paid by check, credit card, check, Electronic Funds Transfer or Internal Department Transfer (VCU departments only). Electronic payments must contain the account number, the FIN number and the invoice number. Be sure to send a copy of the invoice with your payment. The link in your acceptance e-mail provides access to the invoice which can be printed and also emailed. Please send a copy of the invoice with your payment to the address on the invoice.
FFS and ESI is held at Maymont Garden Hall at 1700 Hampton Street, Richmond, VA 23220. There are nearby hotels in Downtown Richmond that honor the state per diem rate. Please make your reservations early to ensure the state per diem rate. When calling the hotel, be prepared to give a credit card number to guarantee your reservation. If you need to make any changes in your originally scheduled arrival and/or departure dates, most hotels require that you notify them 72 hours prior to your arrival to avoid additional charges. See our Places to Stay page for suggestions on per diem hotels near Maymont
Due date for the following materials is three weeks prior to day one of class: