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Though knowledge of Accountability and Governance is a unique need for those in positions that oversee the spending of public money, it is vital that those in these roles get a thorough insight into the ever changing perception of what is, and is not, acceptable behaviour and spending. This is especially crucial now that public spending is under constant scrutiny from both the media and the public.
This series offers a number of speciality courses for those in the Public Sector and Civil Service. Whether delegates are new to their senior roles or would like a refresher into ever-changing observations of what is acceptable.
These courses cover both introductory and in-depth aspects of Accountability and Governance, helping to improve delegates understanding of liabilities and responsibilities leading to increased core skills, understanding, efficiency and confidence.
This course is designed to give attendees the knowledge needed to support their accounting officers within an Arm’s Length Body, addressing all the essential aspects of delegate’s new role.
This course gives new non-executive directors (NED) a thorough introduction to the skills required of them, along with how these skills should be applied and challenges that the new NED may face.
(Almost) gone is the age of the gifted amateur in the boardroom. Disappearing fast is the world of recruitment to the board through an ‘old boys’ network’ (and it is still mainly boys).
A half day training course designed to develop participant’s theoretical and practical understanding of the role of a Chair.
This half day training course will help those seeking to develop a greater understanding of board teamwork and development, its key features, and behaviours.
This course looks at improving Audit Committee effectiveness and is designed to enhance the skills needed by members in making the governance of their organisation as robust as possible.
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the role of the Committee in relation to governance, risk, internal control and financial management.
This course will give attendees a clear and thorough explanation of how the PAC works, its expectations of witnesses, the key issues that are likely to be focused on and how to prepare for a hearing.
This course will give delegates a thorough grounding in the key mechanisms of public accountability, including handling public money and how public business should be conducted.
The programme deals with the role of the Accounting Officer, set firmly in the Academy Trust context.
This half day course provides participants with a clear model for looking inwardly at an organisation and establishing what the future may hold.
A governance and accountability refresher for ALB senior management teams
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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