Understand and analyse the true costs of running an organisation
Full Cost Recovery (FCR) is a method of cost allocation
which ensures all overheads are included in your budgets when you
apply for project funding or bid for services.
Overheads are costs that partly support the project, but also
support other projects or activities that your organisation
provides. These can include a proportion of salaries of core staff
such as administrators, rent and utilities costs or your
organisation's legal and audit fees.
Failure to properly fund overheads can lead to instability, poor
service delivery as well as jeopardising the sustainability of your
This half day workshop will equip participants with an
understanding of full cost recovery as well as introducing the
different tools and techniques needed to identify and analyse their
organisations' full costs for a specific project.
Equip participants with an understanding of full cost recovery
as well as the tools and techniques to identify and analyse their
organisations' full costs.
- Appreciate the concept of full cost recovery and the role it
plays in achieving financial sustainability
- Understand the principles and methods involved in identifying
and calculating full costs
- Be able to analyse and allocate the true costs of running an
organisation and its activities
Who this course is for
Trustees, staff and volunteers. It is suitable for those new to
fundraising and full cost recovery.
We can also tailor this course for your
us for an informal discussion about your learning