Non-clients: $99.00 per attendee
About the Workshop
The number one area for findings in an audit report are those in the area of Associated Student Body (ASB). It is critical that district -and site- level staff receive training in this area on a regular basis to ensure that the district, as well as the employees, are being protected.
This online format will allow school agencies to build capacity within their organizations by expanding the number of employees that receive training who are involved in the handling of ASB funds.
This workshop will allow you and your district staff in the business office and at school sites to be able to view the workshop from your office without any travel.
This workshop provides all of the information necessary to enable school agencies to establish ASB Accounts, including business practices that should be followed and monitored and the roles and responsibilities of those involved.
Michele Huntoon, CPA, and Lewis Wiley, Jr., lead the discussions on ASB from the establishment of the organization to accounting and reporting, good business practices, and those areas to avoid or identify when problems exist.
- Determining the structure—Organized vs. Unorganized
- Discussion of laws and regulations, including food sales
- Who should be handling contracts?
- Safeguarding property/assets
- Establishing operational guidelines and business practices
- What are allowable and nonallowable fees and expenses?
- Are there requirements regarding accounting and reporting and is the ASB part of the annual audit?
- Can gifts and awards be purchased with ASB funds?
- Critical aspects of establishing a student store
COST AND DEMONSTRATION OF THE WORKSHOP
The cost of the workshop is $99 for an individual registration. We offer a discount on a sliding scale for multiple enrollments. If you are interested, please notify us for more information.
We encourage you to view a demonstration of the workshop on our website. The demo includes an introduction to the workshop and an actual lesson from the workshop. Go to www.sscal.com/workshops/online.cfm for the demonstration.
To access the workshop, you'll need an SSC account. If you don't already have one, go to www.sscal.com/login.cfm?action=assign and enter your district email address. You'll then receive a password, which will allow access to the client-only portions of our website.
Register for the workshop online at www.sscal.com/registration.cfm?action=reg&workshop=190.
After registering, a link to the workshop will be emailed to you and will be available on your MySSC page. Then you may view the workshop at your leisure. You can also access the workshop directly by going to www.sscal.com/workshops/online.cfm?workshop=190.
NOTE: As of May 2017 the content of this workshop has been verified as current (we periodically review our online workshops to ensure relevancy and applicability to current requirements and practices).