Financial Literacy II for Tribal Secretaries
You may not have been hired as an accountant, but, inevitably, the administrative staff ends up dealing with financial issues. It is important for tribal administrative personnel to be familiar with how governmental funds are handled, so Falmouth Institute has designed a series of classes to help tribal secretaries and administrative assistants gain the knowledge that they need to handle the financial responsibilities that become part of the job. Building on the success of Financial Literacy for Administrative Assistants I, Financial Literacy for Administrative Assistants II was designed to expand your skills and introduce you to new concepts and more advanced knowledge of government accounting. This class is for those who are not experts in finance and is appropriate for anyone with a basic knowledge of financial concepts, even if you haven't attended Financial Literacy for Administrative Assistants I.
This comprehensive course will cover a variety of topics - the Governmental Financial Reporting Model, which requires the use of "funds" to account for revenues; the origins of fund accounting; the different fund types and the purpose of each; purchasing and accounts payable systems; and the federal requirements for administering federal grants and contracts.
Advance your financial understanding to the next level - don't miss this important class. Register today!
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