Developing Better Business Case

With the rising pressure on resources within the public sector, paired with the ever-growing demand for public services, organisations are faced with important and challenging decisions about where to capitalise their limited funding. Within this current climate and the effects from COVID-19, the requirement for support on decision making on robust and relevant business cases is more significant and important than ever. This virtual training will offer support to leaders when reviewing and challenging business cases in the ‘new normal’ that we are living in. 

This virtual course will identify the key elements of the five case model, based upon the HM Treasury Green Book Guidance on Public Sector Business Cases


Key features:

  • Why is it important to develop a good business case
  • The 5 case models of business case
  • The development process: from strategic to detailed
  • Common challenges of business case development
  • Preparing your business case for scrutiny

Who is this virtual course for:

This virtual training is appropriate for Financial Managers wo are looking to enhance their experience of business case development and those who are required to be involved in development, scrutiny and/or review of business cases for future activity.


Summary

Virtual
Training
Course
View

Face to Face Training
option available

Duration

10:00 - 16:00

Price

£395 + VAT

Location

Zoom or MS Teams

Dates

In-House Option

This course is available In-House and can be tailored to meet your individual training requirements.

Enquire

Lead Trainer

Bill Malloy

Bill Malloy

Bill has significant first-hand experience in the public sector across central government, Arms Length Bodies, Police, local government and NHS Foundation Trusts. He has advised on reporting for the Intelligence and Security Committee and has appeared at the Public Accounts Committee.

Read Bio
Bill Malloy

Bill Malloy

Bill has significant first-hand experience in the public sector across central government, Arms Length Bodies, Police, local government and NHS Foundation Trusts. He has advised on reporting for the Intelligence and Security Committee and has appeared at the Public Accounts Committee.

He brings the practical knowledge and application of governance and accountability across different tiers of government and public sector bodies.

A qualified public sector accountant (CPFA) with additional qualifications from CIMA and an MBA.

Courses
Tailored in-house training

Civil Service College can deliver In-House training within your organisation that is exactly tailored to meet your individual training requirements.

Book a course

Call 020 8069 9000 to take your booking or for advice on choosing the right course for you.

request a call back

For more information on how we protect and store your submitted data, please see visit our privacy policy.

Training Alerts

For more information on how we protect and store your submitted data, please see visit our privacy policy.