This extensive course is tailored mainly to provide attendees with a profound understanding of accounting fundamentals and theories in the field of not-for-profit and governmental organisation. Students will develop practical skills needed to record, examine, and complete accounting cycles, including creating financial statements for nonprofit organisations, budgeting and controlling, and financial reporting. Participants will learn how to explain and assess financial indicators and essential economic factors to evaluate the financial and operational performance of not-for-profit organisations. Furthermore, the programme places particular emphasis on the crucial and unique goals, precepts, and features of governmental and nonprofit finance and accounting reports. The curriculum provides a lengthy discussion of several critical subjects, such as emphasising the core principles of funding and accounting and reviewing and describing users and applications of financial statement data.