This online course is packed full of content to give you an overview of annual accounts and external reporting.
Financial reporting requirements:Statutory reporting requirements; Audit/independent examination levels; Format of accounts and thresholds – Receipts & Payments or SORP-compliant.
Understanding financial statements:Format of the annual accounts; Overview of a set of SORP-compliant accounts; Statement of Financial Activities (SOFA); Balance sheets and notes to financial statements.
The Trustees Annual Report:Format and content; How it links to the financial statements; What makes a good TAR.
Reserves:What’s included in reserves; Building up reserves; The reserves’ policy.
Reporting to regulators:Reporting to OSCR; Reporting to Companies House; Notifying changes; Sharing information with the public.
This course will help you to understand the components of project stages and lifecycles. It will provide an understanding of project methodologies and their application, teaching you how to develop a project plan, identify/mitigate risks and construct a strategy for monitoring/review. You will leave with an understanding of the following areas and the tools required to:
This interactive online course covers tools and techniques to get the best out of your people including delegation skills, team engagement and holding people to account. You will learn active listening and good questioning techniques, fundamental to handling difficult conversations and people.It will share the five steps to having great delivery conversations and how to adapt your approach to different people and scenarios.We explore how to create working environments where people feel empowered and engaged.
This online course will providean introduction tothe tools required to plan, deliver and evaluate effective training.Anne Whitefordwill guide you through the three sessions so you willgain the confidence to design and deliver learning to individuals and small groups.
Managing Learning Experiences
Developing a Learning experience
Leading groups to facilitate learning
Putting it into practice
This online course will help you to understand the components of a Service Level Agreement (SLA). It will provide an understanding of various tools and their application, and teach you how to create and develop an SLA.
You will take away a number of tools to use in real-life bidding and negotiation situations. The course is packed full of content that looks at:
• turning Best Value to your advantage
• capitalising on your strengths and unique selling points
• pros and cons of types of contract – “spot purchase”, “block purchase” and “unit purchase”
• the contents of a contract
• drafting a service specification
• preserving quality
• an introduction to Full Cost Recovery
• negotiating practice
• mastering the jargon
You will also leave with an understanding of the following:
The online workshop isdesigned to be interactive,blending theory with practical day-to-day examples and participant contributionsand group discussions. It will utilise all the best online tools including breakout rooms and polls.
The learning outcomes will have you leave the course with:
Twitter, Facebook and blogging don’t have to be a mystery any longer - this online course will help youdevelop the skills to use these core social channels more confidently and effectively. Whether it is part of your role, or you just want to be more social media savvy,it has never been more important to communicate well online.Using online tools, group discussions and lots of practical exercises you will look at:
·Twitter ·Blogging ·Video & audio ·Facebook
You will also look at creating a social media strategy - everypost, reply, like, and comment should serve a purpose!Having asocial media strategy you will have everything you plan to do, and hope to achieve, at hand! It will guide you and let you know whether you're succeeding or failing at your objectives.
During this online course we will:
• find out what you need to get from the session
• explain the value of storytelling
• take you through our six stages to get a great story
• identify what currently works (or how to adapt)
• brainstorm some of your own organisation’s storytelling needs, together