Using the Charities SORP For Your Financial Reporting: Dublin - 22 November 2018

Training provider: 
The Wheel
Date / time: 
22 Nov 2018 - 9:30am - 1:00pm
Venue: 
Carmelite Community Centre - 56 Aungier St, Dublin 2
Location: 
Dublin
Price details: 
Member Price: 70 Euro / Non-Member Price: 120 Euro
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This practical and timely workshop will focus on how your nonprofit should go about meeting the requirements of the Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) in the area of financial reporting.

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SKU: EVT181790
Course details: 

The Charities Regulator is expected to issue new requirements in relation to governance practice and financial reporting anytime soon, all of which will help to increase transparency and accountability.

It seems increasingly likely that these requirements will include the adoption of the Statement of Recommended Practice for Financial Reporting by larger Irish charities (SORP). 

Clearly now is the time to start preparing...

The timely event will assist community and voluntary organisations in meeting these requirements in the area of financial reporting.

Let our expert facilitator Roseanna O'Hanlon (see bio below) walk you through the process and unpack the detail of - and the many benefits to be derived from - SORP.

Learning Outcomes:

Attend this workshop to:

  • Understand how SORP will impact on charities and charity regulation
  • Learn more about the SORP guidelines
  • Understand what is involved in the implementation of SORP for charities.

Facilitator: Roseanna O'Hanlon

Roseanna O'Hanlon

Roseanna is a Partner in Crowe's Audit and Accountancy services department.

Over the last decade, Roseanna has gained extensive experience in the not-for-profit sector.

Roseanna’s work for these clients includes external audit, internal audit, financial analysis, business planning, financial management training for staff within client organisations, and general accounting services.

While Roseanna works with clients across a variety of sectors, she has developed a particular specialism in the Not-for-Profit sector which she enjoys working with immensely. She lectures and trains on a regular basis in conjunction with The Wheel and The Law Society of Ireland on relevant financial and governance matters to the Not-for-Profit sector. 


This workshop is supported by:

 Crowe Horwath 


Feedback from Attendees of this Event:

"“Roseanna is an excellent communicator. I also loved that the slides were so comprehensive and will work well as notes afterwards.” - M. Downes, Medical Research Charities Group

“Very knowledgeable, articulate, clear, approachable trainer; points made and explained clearly; lots of information on slides.” - E. Foley, Sightsavers Ireland

“It gave me an understanding of what SORP is about and what needs to be done in order to be compliant.” - A. Larkin, Women's Aid Dundalk 


Governance Code

The Code of Practice for Good Governance of Community, Voluntary and Charitable (CVC) Organisations in Ireland - all community and voluntary organisations should make themselves aware with the Code.

This Code has been developed by the sector and for the sector, with the express purpose of enabling CVC organisations to achieve the highest standards of governance in the running of their organisations.


Who Should Attend: 

CEOs, Senior Managers, Finance staff, and board members .

How to Register: 
 
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Course contact details

Telephone: 
01 454 8727
Email: 
info@wheel.ie

Members of The Wheel receive reduced rates on events.