Financial Management Course for NGOs & SMMEs 12 Feb in Sandton
• Understand the legal & tax structures NGOs are required to work within;
• Understand how to preserve financial integrity through governance, integrity and & accountability;
• Understand internal controls and reporting;
• Understand how to report to funders and what they require;
• Income generating projects – institutional, tax and other factors to consider when generating income;
• Learning from audits – what do auditors want to see and what does the law require.
NGO staff working in the following departments: finance, fundraising, business development, programme and project managers.
12 February 2019 08h30 registration 09h00 begin 16h30 end
YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER TO ATTEND THIS EVENT!
To register please download the registration form:
and email it with proof of payment to Henriettel: email@example.com 083 709 6162.
Early Bird Rate (payment made on or before 4 February): R1,225 per person per day.
Late Registration: (payment made after 4 February): R1,425
Costs do not cover travel or accommodation.
Cancellation fees apply.
The workshop includes formal presentations, discussions, group work and exercises.
Session 1: Introduction: Legal & Tax Structures
Session 2: Governance & Financial Integrity
Session 3: Internal Controls & Financial Reporting
Session 4: Financial Management and Sustainability
All presentations will be provided to each participant. Additional worksheets and hand-outs will also be provided.
About the facilitators
Daniel Steenkamp holds an MBA in business strategy from the University of Stellenbosch, and he is also a Chartered Accountant and registered auditor. He is a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (CA (SA), the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and the Independent Regulatory Board of Auditors (IRBA). He acts as independent auditor to a broad scope of NPO’s in South Africa and Lesotho. He is particularly passionate about development in Africa. He consults NPO’s all over South Africa with regards to Financial Integrity and Sustainability and serves as Trustee and Non-Executive director on various NPO’s.
Lisa Thompson-Smeddle is the Founder/Director of the Sustainable Development Network. She has a Master’s degree in Sustainable Development from Stellenbosch University, and honours degrees in social sciences and sustainable development. She has 25 years’ experience in the NGO sector in South Africa. She has designed and managed a variety of programmes for the UNDP; DANIDA; Cordaid; the Sustainability Institute; Stellenbosch University; the SA National Department of Human Settlements, SA provincial and local government authorities, Peace Parks Foundation, the Hanns Seidel Foundation, the University of California Berkeley and more. She was also the sustainability advisor to Family Health International (FHI) and the Academy of Educational Development (AED), Umbrella Grants Mechanisms managing a $93 million USAID PEPFAR grant.
Randburg, Gauteng, South Africa