Being a Treasurer: The Basics – Session 2: Budgeting, Risk and Gift Aid (morning)

Sat 30 Jan 2021

10.00 - 12.00 Virtual - fully booked


This course is relevant for new and experienced treasurers alike - and has been freshly updated for delivery online.

With a very practical approach, “The Basics” equips today’s treasurer with the knowledge needed to carry out their multifaceted role. Subjects covered include:

  • Treasurer as Planner: Budgeting; Risk Management
  • Treasurer as Optimiser: Gift Aid; GASDS; VAT

Please note: this is the second session in a series of three which now enable members to attend ACAT's Basics course virtually. ACAT strongly advises delegates to book sessions 1, 2 and 3 to ensure that they're appraised of the entire course.

Course information

Please note: This is the second of three sessions that now form ACAT’s new online “Basics” course.

The training will be provided by Zoom.  If you don’t have an existing Zoom account, you will be prompted to download the free software once you’ve clicked on the link that we’ll provide you with.

After paying for your place, a member of the ACAT team will be in touch with full joining details. If booked over the Christmas period, this might be early in 2021.

Clay Cross, Chesterfield S45 9JW, UK

Course Leader

Immanuel Kemp

Immanuel Kemp Tutor

Immanuel is a risk and safety management consultant with the consultancy firm Arthur D. Little. He studied Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge, where he met and married Julia prior to settling down in the area.

In his day job he works with clients across a range of sectors, primarily in rail transport and the oil and gas industry, specialising in risk modelling and assessment and safety management.

He has been treasurer of Eden Baptist Church in Cambridge since 2015, and has been an ACAT trainer since 2017, delivering general treasurer training as well as more specialised risk and safety courses. He holds a Level 2 Foundation Certificate in Accounting with the AAT.

In his spare time he enjoys baking, ballroom dancing, occasionally standing in a supermarket foyer with a charity tin, attempting to learn German, and trying to self-teach his way to the Level 3 AAT qualification.