Not-For-Profit Accounting and Related Topics is a foundation course in accounting for not-for-profit organizations, with an emphasis on the application of accounting concepts encountered in the not-for-profit and charities sector. It also includes an overview of government (public sector) financial reporting standards. The purpose of this course is to produce a mid-level accountant with skills in the not-for-profit sector able to function in environments of low to mid-level complexity with low levels of uncertainty. This course will focus on applied knowledge, using authentic not-for-profit scenarios that require you to demonstrate the application of technical knowledge. Accounting software is integrated throughout the course to help you develop the skills needed in the marketplace. In addition, this course will help you develop other skills such as communication, managing and analyzing information, solving routine problems and effectively promoting personal management and teamwork. Prerequisites: All core/entry and specialist/technical courses, as well as accounting software application, must have been completed before taking this course. Students must also have completed the Ethics and Workplace Skills course or be taking it concurrently.