14th May - 25th May 2018 (London, UK) 6th August - 17th August 2018 (London, UK) 5th November - 16th November 2018 (London, UK)
Governments at all levels have responsibility for using public resources for the larger benefit of all and
in doing so have an obligation to be seen as adopting best practice and transparency not only in the
allocation of public funds but also in decision making at all times. This course is designed for those
responsible for establishing framework for discharging
government responsibilities including: preparation and
execution of budgets, accounting standards, project monitoring
and reporting procedures, risk management and general
decision making techniques.
At the end of the course delegates will be better able to:
Provide leadership and direction for government goals
Provide rationale for critical government activities in a
transparent and acceptable manner at all times.
Apply best practice in management of public funds
including budget preparation and execution.
Apply internationally accepted best practice in decision making in a way to exclude corrupt
practices and conflict of interest.
Establish clear performance measurement criteria and practices
Leading delivery of government goals in challenging time
Establishing framework for best practice in public finance
Managing integrity - Government ministries, departments
Public project / programme – monitoring and reporting
Information management process and technology
Performance management techniques
|Duration||10 working days|
|Certification||A certificate of completion is issued on successful completion of the programme.|
|Travel and accommodation||Travel and accommodation to be paid for at source by delegates|
|Fees||Course fees for tuition, materials and certification: £4,750 (Excl. VAT) per delegate for 2 weeks.|