NFP Governance, Finance & Compliance Induction & Refresher Development Day

Date: Tuesday 2nd April, 8:30am to 4:30pm

As a manager, committee or board member of your Central Coast not-for-profit organisation funded by the Department of Family & Community Services (FACS), ongoing professional development in Governance and Financial Literacy provides a valuable foundation for your organisation.

It’s important you’re fully aware of your legal and financial responsibilities, as well as local sector development opportunities to further support you. This day has been designed to provide professional development to both new organisational members and those seeking to update their knowledge. Ideally, organisations will include this annual training in their organisations strategic plan for ongoing professional development. We recommend Mangers along with 2 board or committee members attend this development day with two different board or committee members attending the following year.

This essential training will help you better understand:

  • The legal role of committee members as decision makers

  • The difference between governance and management

  • The importance of your organisation’s rules and legal purpose or objects

  • The 4 main legal duties of committee members

  • Other laws that you should be aware of as a committee member

  • Potential liabilities and how to protect your organisation

  • Learn which financial reports you should be receiving and how to interpret them

  • Gain an understanding of the significance of cash flow to plan for sustainability

  • Review budget and cost control

  • Make sure you’re across key financial concepts critical for management decision making

This event is available to eligible organisations only.

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NFP Governance, Finance & Compliance Induction & Refresher Development Day

Attendees: New and existing Board & Committee Members, Executive Officers, Key Management
Venue: Conference room at the SMART Hub (60ish people), 28 William Street Gosford
Refreshments: Simple refreshments and a light lunch will be provided on the day. Please indicate gluten free dietary requirements. Due to limited costs we are unable to cater for other special dietary requirements.
Cost per person: $20 per person (limited spaces available)
Eligibility: Central Coast FACS funded Community Builders, EIPP, Families NSW, GIT and Aboriginal Child, Youth and Family Services.

Presenters & facilitators: This event is a collaboration facilitated by Community Compass, attended by FACS and other local agencies. Topics at this event will be presented by industry specialists, including a lawyer from NFP Law, Justice Connect with expertise in charity and not-for-profit law and experience in providing training to community groups.

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