How to register for a course

Registration for a course is remarkably simple. Register online with a Government Purchase Card. Sign a single document to get the deal done and the funds transferred. Use your own agency-specific procurement forms. We’ll use our Federal-sector expertise to get you the solutions you need, when you need them, without a protracted contracting process. 

What You Need To Know Before Registering

  • Payment for a course is final and non-refundable*
  • A request for a substitution of a participant may be made up to two weeks prior to the beginning of a course and will be approved if pre-course work can be completed.
  • For assessment course (ie Leadership Assessment Program) registrations, a minimum four weeks lead time is required.
  • Requests for transfers to another course may be approved up to four weeks prior to the start of the program if space is available in the new course, pre-course work can be completed on time and the registrar can resell the space in the current course.  

You can register and pay for a course online at the secure Leadership Website. Once payment for the course is fully funded, you will receive confirmation of your payment within 3-5 business days.  

Click here for information about registering for the Leadership for a Democratic Society program.

Once full tuition payment is received, the participant is registered to attend the course.

We strive to maintain fair and reasonable tuition fees for all our programs. However, because our programs receive no appropriated funds, fees for some courses are subject to change.

For more information, contact the Registration Office at 202-606-0008 or by email at register@opm.gov.

*OPM has and maintains a policy for the refund of the unused portion of tuition, fees, and other charges for courses paid for using VA Educational Benefits in the event the veteran or eligible person fails to enter the course or withdraws, or is discontinued therefrom at any time before the completion of the course.



 
Last modified: Friday, March 31, 2017, 2:52 PM