Registration for this course is through Bucks County Community College. For more information visit their website - http://www.bucks.edu/businesscareer/pro-dev/browsebyindustry/nonprofitmanagement/
While few nonprofit managers come into their roles with expertise in financial management, they need to be able to understand, organize and effectively communicate financial information to their greatest organizational advantage.
Whether you’re a non-finance professional, or new to financial responsibilities in your organization, this class is designed to help you acquire the requisite skills to effectively understand and manage organizational resources: from protecting your organization’s assets, to communicating what the numbers mean to inform decision-making throughout your organization.
This course focuses on enabling you to understand and interpret your financial story for both internal and external audiences. Not only will you know how to find the information you need, but you’ll be able to use that information judiciously in financial decision-making. Through a deeper understanding of the role of financial reports and the stories they tell, your organization will be empowered to make strategic decisions and encourage financial investment.
You will leave this class knowing how to read and interpret financial statements to inform strategic decision-making, to appropriately separate financial duties and responsibilities to protect against fraud and misuse, and to allocate expenses more accurately in order to truly reflect your programmatic narrative.
Even with limited financial knowledge, you can learn to effectively manage your organization’s finances and use them to understand and communicate your organization’s story.
This class is recommended for organizations that lack a full-time finance professional but are committed to best practices and transparency.