Salvation Army Finance Training – 21-23 October 2014

Equipping you for Salvation Army Financial Administration

The Salvation Army Financial Training Course is to be held at Booth College of Mission from 21-23 October 2014.

We know The Salvation Army is called to be ‘good stewards’ of everything that God has given us, including finances. But do you need an accounting degree to help your Corps or Centre run its finances? The good news is—you don’t.

This short course has been prepared by experts to equip people involved in their corps or centre finances around The Salvation Army’s financial procedures and systems. You’ll learn practical tools and tips. Administering Salvation Army finances accurately and efficiently is an important part of being connected, streamlined and mission focussed, and if you’re a corps officer, administrator or volunteer you play a vital role in this ministry.

Content includes:

  • Income—including banking, invoicing, policies and procedures
  • Basic accounting and journals
  • Software: Technology One
  • Accounts payable
  • GST

Please note that the content of this course has been modified from that offered on previous courses in response to delegate feedback.

All applications must be completed in full, including appropriate Finance One Codes and be signed off by the delegate’s Line Managers. Your fully completed registration form for this course, should be sent to BCM before the 23 September 2014.

CLD Finance Training brochure Oct 2014

Registration Form Finance Oct 2014

CLD Travel Policy

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