Participants will gain an understanding of fundamental compliance and performance related roles and responsibilities of not-for-profit directors, specifically in the areas of governance, risk, financial performance and strategy. The course is taught in an interactive manner by a facilitator with extensive real world experience in the not-for-profit sector.
The one and a half includes the following three modules: Duties and Responsibilities of the Not-for-Profit Director Gain an understanding of the role of the not-for-profit director in governing the organisation and how this differs to the for-profit sector. Understand the potential liability of directors and committee members Appreciate the balance between the compliance and performance roles of the board Strategy and Risk for the Not-for-Profit Director Appreciate the director's role in setting and overseeing strategy whilst monitoring risk.
Identify the link between strategy and risk management, risk culture and effective leadership Enhance organisational performance through effective contribution to strategy formulation Understand personal risk appetite and how this affects board decisions Finance for the Not-for-Profit Director Learn to interpret the major elements of financial datings options profit development and the linkages between them to evaluate the financial performance of the organisation.
Explore how to apply and interpret financial ratios applicable to not-for-profit organisations Choice of format Participants who enrol in the full program all three courses will also receive complimentary access to Interpreting Financial Statements eLearning course and a recording of The Role of the Not-for-Profit Director webinar.
To further support your learning and provide you with the flexibility to develop your skills in your own time, participants who enrol in the full program all three courses will also receive complimentary access to Interpreting Financial Statements eLearning course and a recording of The Role of the Not-for-Profit Director webinar.
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