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Finance For Non-Finance Managers
Those in Public Management roles must be able to strike a balance between creating public value and managing the bottom line, and sound financial management is critical to the long-term health of any public body.
Those in Senior Management and leadership positions need to be able to read financial reports accurately, to ask the right questions of their financial officers and make strategic management decisions based on a solid understanding of the general business principles that apply to all public bodies.
An essential course in our Financial Management & Commercial Skills series, the Finance for Non-Finance Manager is a one-day course that looks at the tools, techniques and concepts of good financial management, equipping delegates with the knowledge needed to make more efficient, confident and informed business decisions.
At Civil Service College, we pride ourselves on our ability to tailor our courses to each delegate, ensuring that courses are applicable to attendee’s role and organisations so that each delegate can get the most from the training. Our courses and trainers are constantly updated and evaluated to ensure that we are always delivering the best service possible.
This training course is designed for those in management positions who are responsible for overseeing public funds across central and local government.
New approaches into how delegates make decisions, the consequences of those decisions and the alternative strategies that might be available to them.
Participants will also have the opportunity to share their experiences and problems with their peers in a structured discussion where expert academics and practitioners will support them.
10:00 - 16:30
£595 + VAT
St James’s Park, London
27 November 2019 Book6
20 February 2020 Book7
17 June 2020 Book8
Jane is an experienced finance professional having held senior posts in both large (Chief Financial Officer AstraZeneca UK) and smaller organisations. She started her career as a graduate recruit to The Post Office moving into the private sector with ICI and AstraZeneca.
Jane is an experienced finance professional having held senior posts in both large (Chief Financial Officer AstraZeneca UK) and smaller organisations. She started her career as a graduate recruit to The Post Office before moving into the private sector with ICI and AstraZeneca. She has held voluntary positions in recent years in the public sector including Independent Director of a housing trust.
Jane has been a director of a number of start-up businesses and provided consultancy, facilitation and finance and management training to a number of large organisations.
She is passionate about the important role that Finance has to play across all organisations and the need to ensure finance issues are properly understood by non-finance specialists, to ensure finance issues are properly incorporated in decision making at all levels.
This course is designed to give attendees the knowledge and skill needed to be able to create effective business cases for their organisations.
This course looks at the tools, techniques and concepts of good financial management, equipping delegates with the knowledge needed to make more efficient, confident and informed business decisions.
This course explores how risk can be effectively managed to deliver better outcomes. It will enhance delegates understanding of what risk management is.
Course attendees will be able to learn about best practice in contract management and to draw up an action plan for how the project and the contract management relationships will be improved.
Designed for both finance and non-finance staff, this training course delivers a unique and broad overview of the responsibilities, accountabilities and systems behind public finance.
Civil Service College can deliver In-House training within your organisation that is exactly tailored to meet your individual training requirements.
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