We look forward to hosting a week-long event for those working within the Charity sector, covering a broad range of topics. This week will offer technical updates as well as advice and thought provoking topics for you to take away and implement as finance professionals. Come and along with your questions, and join us for a great week.
Nigel Davies, FCCA DChA and Sam Musoke, Project Director, IFR4NPO will talk about how the global non-profit accounting project came about, how it might influence the future of charity reporting in the UK, the stage the IFR4NPO project has reached and how to keep updated with developments. Time is set aside for question and answer.
Lecturer: Nigel Davis and Humentum
This session will cover the latest technical developments in FRS 102 and the Charities SORP as well as some common areas of evolving best practice, emerging issues and considerations for the next Financial Reporting cycle.
This session explains what ESG reporting is, why trustees might want to adopt it, and how to report on ESG. The session also explores how ESG related activities can be a legitimate area of work for charities.
Speaker: Nigel Davis.
Lecturer: Tim Dee.
The future of the charitable fundraising sector over the next five years will certainly be interesting – with a challenging economic climate to navigate, the increasing use of new technologies disrupting the landscape, and changes to charity legislation coming into force. In changing times, it is important that charities and their finance professionals continue to comply with best practice, to meet their reporting obligations and provide reassurance to donors.
In this session, Nick Allaway, Head of Finance and Procurement at the Fundraising Regulator, will explore the context for fundraising in 2022 and beyond, in light of the publication of the regulator’s new Strategic Plan for 2022-27.
Lecturer: Nick Allaway, Head of finance and procurement at the Fundraising Regulator
2 part session - Discovering your strengths and building confidence and Networking tips
Discovering your strengths and building confidence
Understanding what you’re good at and playing to your strengths means that you are far more likely to be successful and happier at work. It also means you can make better decisions about the roles which are a great fit for you. This webinar helps you think deeply about what enables you to be at your best and how to talk about your capabilities confidently. The webinar covers:
Ahead of the webinar, participants are encouraged to think about:
In a hyper-connected world, communication has never been easier. Yet remote working and social media can make our social contacts narrower and more superficial. This session shows you how to keep your professional networks healthy, keeping both you and your career in good shape and future-fit.
It will cover:
This is a presentation style format with a chat function for audience questions. While there isn’t an opportunity for attendees to talk with each other in person during the session, they are encouraged to link up with each other afterwards.
Lecturer: Corinne Mills
10 CPD Units
1 hour of learning = 1 unit of CPD.
ACCA members can use this learning to meet their CPD requirements provided it is relevant to their career. If the event contributes to general knowledge and skills, it should be recorded as non-verifiable CPD. If the learning can be applied in the workplace, it will contribute to verifiable CPD.
Fee: 115 GBP + VAT (138.00 GBP) per person
This event is organised by ACCA Continuous Learning.
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