“ICFP is important because it allows us to seek to maximise efficiencies through effective resource management. Using numerical data and thresholds, we can analyse an organisation’s expenditure to ensure we get the balance right to have the greatest impact. For example, if we are spending approximately 90 per cent of our budget on staffing, then only a small amount will remain to resource the curriculum and maintain the day -to-day running costs of our organisation.”

Sheryl Cardwell, qualified SRMA and ICFP Trainer

ICFP can be delivered within the primary sector

Integrated Curriculum Financial Planning, or ICFP as it is more commonly known, is not something new.

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