This seminar will provide delegates with a detailed overview of the financial reporting process and give excellent solutions for successfully preparing audited statements. Sessions will include, group discussions, and lectures that will explain the processes of audit file preparation.
By attending this workshop participants will have a better understanding of audits and financial reporting, become more confident when dealing with audit reports and learn different techniques and skills to ensure that your next audit gets done right the first time – saving you time and money!
The seminar is intended for First Nations Finance Managers, FN Department Managers and Chief and Council. The seminar is at no charge. Morning and afternoon meals, refreshments and coffee will be provided. Pre-registration is required so reserve your spot at this year’s First Nations Audit Preparation Seminar below!
The event is co-hosted by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) & AFOA BC. AFOA BC provides training and professional development, through offering the latest tools and resources, such as conferences, seminars, workshops, research, and studies. We work toward a vision of social, economic, and cultural prosperity for all Aboriginal people in BC.
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Purpose and Overview of the Engagement Sessions
The Government of Canada is inviting First Nations Chief and Council, Band Managers and Finance Managers to participate in engagement sessions to share perspectives and ideas on mutual transparency and accountability.
These engagement sessions have been prompted by the Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs statement from December 15, 2015 in which she committed to work with First Nations leadership and organizations on the way forward on mutual transparency and accountability.
Engagement sessions with First Nations are scheduled across BC durring the month of June. The dialogue and outcomes will be guided by recognition of rights, respect, co-operation and partnership with First Nations.
The one day engagement sessions will run from 9am – 3pm with meals provided. Travel expenses will be covered for up to two representatives to travel to the engagement session closest to their community.
Pre-registration is required.
Mutual Transparency and Accountability
First Nations Engagement Session Regestration
This workshop will provide delegates with a detailed overview of Managing the Financial Reporting Process for First Nations which will include generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Become more skilled about the 10 steps to improving an audit with excellent solutions for successfully preparing audited statements. Save time and money by learning how to lower the cost of an audit and by ensuring it’s done right the first time
Sessions will include, group discussions, and lectures that will consist of, custom reporting, and prepping the audit file. By attending this workshop participants will have a better understanding on audits and financial reporting, more confidence when dealing with your audit reports, learn different techniques, and your participation will benefit you by strengthening your office team as a whole.
The event is co-hosted between Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) & AFOA BC. AFOABC provides training and professional development, through offering the latest tools and resources, such as conferences, seminars, workshops, research, and studies. We work toward a vision of social, economic, and cultural prosperity for all Aboriginal people in BC. (www.afoabc.org)