Charity Accounts Seminar | AIA

Event Date: 
09 November 2017
Event Time: 
18:30 to 20:30

An update from the Charity Commission on the latest in the preparation, independent examination and audit of charity accounts, together with a summary of the latest news from the Regulator.

The seminar will also include updates on:

    • SORP
    • The impact of New Directions for Independent Examiners
    • Reporting Matters of Material Significance
    • Open Consultations


Jeff Prescott | The Charity Commission

Jeff is a senior accountant with the Charity Commission. His work includes both case work (supporting the investigation of regulatory concerns into individual charities) and proactive research into various aspects of charity accounts and finances.

He has forty years’ experience in the preparation and use of accounts and has worked at all levels in the private, public and third sectors. 

He says he has enjoyed his visits to the AIA on behalf of the Commission and nowhere else has ever asked him back for a third time.



£25.00 AIA members (CPD651)
£30.00 Non-members (CPD652)

You must book and pay for your place prior to the event. This allows us to make appropriate arrangements, and ensures that we can keep you informed of any changes or cancellations. There are four different ways you can book:

  1. Pay online through My AIA (Please make a note of the booking codes above).
  2. Post back the CPD Booking Form.
  3. Fax back the CPD Booking Form to 0191 493 0278.
  4. Phone 0191 493 0268 and pay by card. 


If you have to cancel or transfer, the full fee will be transferred to a future event, provided notice is received not less than 24 hours prior to the event. If you cancel or transfer later than this, the full fee will be charged to that event. Alternatively, a substitute delegate would be welcome at no extra charge.

Where circumstances force the AIA to change the details of or cancel a seminar, the liability of the AIA will be limited to a refund of fees for that particular seminar. The AIA is not liable for any consequential loss.