Basic book-keeping for small charities
Good financial management is an integral part of ensuring good governance as it not only helps charity trustees to fulfil their legal duties but also helps to protect the charity from mismanagement of funds. Having robust financial procedures in place will help to improve organisational capacity and effectiveness.
The focus of these workshops will be on basic bookkeeping and financial management including setting up and maintaining the books (cash book, cheque ledger, petty cash); cash handling, understanding charity funds and accounts and the role of the treasurer.
This training is suitable for treasurers or those that keep the financial records of a voluntary or community organisation and will be carried out once in each council area throughout Northern Ireland. Please click on the links in the venue to register for the training in your area.
28 Sept 2017
|Belfast (fully booked, reserve list only)||Belfast||Lloyds Banking Group/Halifax Connect Building|
|11 Oct 2017||Mid Ulster||Stewartstown||The Crieve Centre|
|26 Oct 2017||Mid and East Antrim||Ballymena|
|7 Nov 2017||Fermanagh and Omagh||Enniskillen||Fermanagh House|
|22 Nov 2017||Newry, Mourne and Down||Downpatrick||Ballymote Centre|
More dates to follow for the other council areas which will be held in early 2018.
Kindly supported by Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland
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