HCF Webinar:Financial Reporting: Essentials of Charity Finance 12/11/2020

This course is part of our training series on the ‘Financial reporting”. In this overview on financial reporting you will learn the various terms and practices of charity finance: assets, liabilities, depreciation, accruals etc and what key financial information is needed as part of financial reporting. Participants will receive a Post-Course Workbook.

Who the course is for:
This is a course aimed at those with little or limited previous financial experience who need to understand and interpret financial information, including staff, trustees, and volunteers.
Course Dates:Thursday 12 November 2020
Start Time: 10.00
End Time:12.30

Course Content:
  • Key finance terminology

  • What financial information is required to satisfy your charity financial reporting obligations?

  • How to understand management accounts, annual reports and returns

Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand what the financial terminology means and how to use it in your charity

  • Understand the key financial information needed as part of financial reporting

  • Learn to read your annual report and accounts

  • Understand the elements of financial information needed for grant applications


Jacquie Hime, previously Director of North Herts CVS, is now an independent consultant supporting clients with applications and providing training on fundraising and governance. She has a successful track record of applying and reporting for grants and contracts.


£15 Hertfordshire VCS organisation staff or volunteer
£25 Hertfordshire private and statutory organisations staff or volunteers
Upon booking, you will receive information on how to arrange payment of your course fee.

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