HSC trust funds (Northern Ireland) - how donated money and assets are managed and used

Northern Ireland


Module available to all HSC organisations through their HFMA e-learning subscriptions. Not available for individual sale.

This module helps non finance professionals develop a better understanding of the finance and governance of HSC charitable trust funds. No prior knowledge of HSC charitable trust funds or their administration is necessary.

Who will benefit?

Operational managers, budget holders, business managers, clinicians and none
executive directors and new starters in health and social care finance

If you are studying towards the Introductory Award in Healthcare Finance this module can be counted alongside the compulsory module Introduction to HSC Finance as one of your five modules.

If you are studying towards the Introductory Award in Healthcare Finance this module can be counted alongside the compulsory module ‘HSC finance (Northern Ireland) - how the money flows and is managed’ as one of your five modules.

HSC trust funds (Northern Ireland) - how donated money and assets are managed and used

Additional documents

Introduction to HSC trust funds (Northern Ireland)

July 2018 (PDF 50KB)

Interested and want to find out more?

This module is available to HSC organisations who have an HFMA e-learning subscription.

Currently all HSC organisations have an HFMA e-learning subscription, so if you work within an HSC organisation and would like to speak to someone about registering to study this module, then please contact the Selma Naden on 0117 938 8974 or email selma.naden@hfma.org.uk. We will be able to put you in contact with the training lead who manages your organisation’s account.

Unfortunately this module is not available for individual sale.