ABOUT

The Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia certification program is a collaboration between the Weldon Cooper Center of Public Service and the local official organizations. 

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Maybach

ERIC J. MAYBACH

“Online certification programming is a great benefit; the program is an exceptional way to offer training that accomplishes the goal in a more cost-effective way.”

Commissioner of the Revenue
Fauquier County, VA

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Rickman

BRENDA RICKMAN

“Every commissioner in Virginia should participate in this program. The courses are well written and cover an array of subject matter. The program is well worth the time and money.”

Commissioner of the Revenue
Franklin County, VA

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Matney Commissioners

MARK MATNEY

“The virtual programs allowed many of my staff to participate in valuable educational experiences that helped shape our office for the better. It opened doors that would not have been open.“

Commissioner of the Revenue
Washington County, VA 

CERTIFICATION PROGRAM DETAILS

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Overview

The Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners certification programs have two components, taking and passing required courses and earning “points” through participation in association events. Specific program details, including purpose, content, eligibility, requirements, procedures, and regulations, are included in the handbook below, which is written and maintained by the Association, not the Weldon Cooper Center. Alternatively, you can visit the Commissioners of the Revenue Association website for program details and requirements.

Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners Career Development Handbook

developed by Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia

Forms

Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners certification program forms

Administration and Transcripts 

The Weldon Cooper Center administers the certification program on behalf of the Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia and maintains all records of the program, including accurate, up-to-date transcripts. 

Information gets posted to individual transcripts in the following manner: 

  • Course grades are usually posted within ten days of the exam.
  • Attendance at regularly scheduled events—district meeting, annual meeting, etc—is normally posted within two weeks of the event.
  • For events outside of scope of the Cooper Center, records are updated once the Cooper Center receives the necessary information.

For a specific inquiry please reach out to Beth Bennett at eaw3f@virginia.edu or (434) 982-2144.

Courses

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Listed below are the courses offered by the Commissioners of the Revenue Association. Please visit the Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia website to register for any of these courses.

*Denotes there is an alternative course choice to fulfill the requirement. Click on the course to see your options.