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The only nationally recognized certification program for nonprofit accounting professionals, CNAP earns high praise from graduates for its comprehensive curriculum.
CNAP offers those on the nonprofit financial management and accounting front line comprehensive training on every component of nonprofit financial management.
CNAP topics address issues like:
- Financial Reporting
- Internal Controls
- Budget Development
- IRS Form 990
The course also has a built in self-assessment component that gives participants the ability to immediately apply their new knowledge against their organization’s capacity and leave the program with an action plan. If available, you are asked to bring a copy of your organization's Form 990 and audited financials with you, to ground the information from the course in your actual financial reality.
For those CPAs interested in CNAP, FMA is authorized to offer CPE (Continuing Professional Education) credit through the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain confidence in your skills and take your career to the next level!
Click here to visit our website and learn more about the CNAP course.
Fees: $975 The fee includes 3 days of in person training, all course materials, certification exam and certification fee.
The course runs from 9am to 3:30pm on Tuesday and Wednesday and from 9am until about 1pm on Thursday, though students are welcome to remain in the classroom to complete the exam.
For information on group discounts, please contact Andrew Schwalm at email@example.com or 212.931.9112.
If you have questions click here to visit our frequently asked questions page.
|Can’t make it to an in-person location or want to take the course from your office? Consider the Online CNAP! Click here to visit our Online CNAP events calendar. The online CNAP consists of seven 2-hour online sessions each Thursday from 2:00PM-4:00PM EST
Earn CPE Credits
The CNAP course earns up to 19 CPE credits in the Accounting area for CPAs. If you are a CPA and would like to receive these credits, you must indicate so during the sign-up process, attend the all sessions, be an active participant and complete the exam and all course evaluations. CPE credits are not transferrable and are only available to the participant who signed up for the course. All participants must sign the sign in sheet.
What they're saying about FMA's CNAP:
” Supporting a sound financial infrastructure for grant recipients has long been a priority for Robin Hood. CNAP is the first training program to set national standards for accounting knowledge for nonprofit fiscal personnel. The certification is accessible to staff at many levels of an agency.”
- Michael J. Park, Former Director Management Assistance, The Robin Hood Foundation
Feedback from Attendees:
“I really learned a lot and this refreshed a lot of what I already knew. “
“I greatly enjoyed the in person nature of the course, the live human interaction and networking opportunities, and the humor of the instructor. The spaces used were welcoming and comfortable, and I appreciated the breakfast and lunch provided. “
“The program was packed with great information.”
CNAP, Certified Nonprofit Accounting Professional, is a copyright-protected national program developed by the National Association of Nonprofit Accountants & Consultants (NPAC), a division of The Alliance of Professional Associations (APA).
NY State Sponsor ID # #002514
National Registry of CPE Sponsors ID # 109349
When & Where
We are a dedicated team of consultants who believe in making the world a better place.
That’s why we make it our mission to work with nonprofits and foundations to help them develop the capacity they need to fulfill their mission more effectively and efficiently. Guided by our mission, vision and values, FMA builds fiscal strength for nonprofits.
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