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Budgeting and Financial Management Course

Budgeting and Financial Management Course

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Budgeting touches every aspect of the public
sector, demanding that anyone concerned with
policy making or implementation understand
how the process works. Budgeting shapes the
macro economy; it reflects the political power
of a variety of actors who engage in different
strategies; it determines what programs get
funded and at what levels.

This course will expose participants to practical
knowledge about how the budget process
works, and covers both the technical aspects of budgeting and more general concepts.

In this programme, participants will gain general understanding of budget preparation, adoption and execution; proposed reforms of the budget process; and competing theories of the politics of budgeting.
Budgeting touches every aspect of the public
sector, demanding that anyone concerned with
policy making or implementation understand
how the process works. Budgeting shapes the
macro economy; it reflects the political power
of a variety of actors who engage in different
strategies; it determines what programs get
funded and at what levels.

This course will expose participants to practical
knowledge about how the budget process
works, and covers both the technical aspects of budgeting and more general concepts.

In this programme, participants will gain general understanding of budget preparation, adoption and execution; proposed reforms of the budget process; and competing theories of the politics of budgeting.

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Dotrid International Training Institute
INTRODUCTION
Budgeting touches every aspect of the publicsector, demanding that anyone concerned withpolicymaking or implementation understandhow the process works. Budgeting shapes themacro economy; it reflects the political powerof a variety of actors who engage in differentstrategies; it determines what programs getfunded and at what levels.This course will expose participants to practicalknowledge about how the budget processworks, and covers both the technical aspects of budgeting and more general concepts.In this programme, participants will gain generalunderstanding of budget preparation, adoptionand execution; proposed reforms of the budgetprocess; and competing theories of the politicsof budgeting.
Budgeting and Financial Management Course
● 15 –
 
26 April, 2013, Cape Town, SA● 13 –
 
24 May, 2013, Cape Town, SA ●10 –
 
21 June, 2013, Cape Town, South Africa
22 July
 –
2 Aug, 2013, Cape Town
, SA● 9
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20 Sep, 2013, Cape Town, SA ●11 –
 
22 Nov, 2013, Cape Town, South Africa ●
 
 
 
The FinancialManagement aspect of this course focuses onthe tools andunderstanding thatpublic managers in allparts of the public sectorrequire, in order toensure the successful useof financial resourcesto carry out goodpublic policy.
 
The Financial Management aspect of this course focuses on the tools andunderstanding that public managersin all parts of the public sectorrequire, in order to ensure thesuccessful use of financial resourcesto carry out good public policy.It also emphasizes that public sectorfinancial management is itself subject to policy considerations andconstraints such as accountability,due diligence in the management of public funds and linking the use of public funds to their legislatedpurposes.A core component of the course is todeliver practical awareness andunderstanding of the recentinitiatives for developing an effectiveFinancial Management System forvery challenging environments.
 
 
Course Outline
 
General Management Functions
 
Public Expenditure and BudgetManagement
 
Benchmarking for Effective Service Delivery
 
Developing Effective Leadership Skills
 
Effective Communication and PresentationSkills
 
Budgets and Budgeting Processes
 
Capital Planning and Budgeting
 
Financial Management in the Public SectorContext
 
The role of financial information
 
The users of financial information andreports
 
Financial accounting and managementaccounting
 
Financial reporting: public and privatesector
 
Understanding Financial Statements
 
Managing the Finances of a ComplexGovernment in Complex Times
 
Management Control: A Risk BasedApproach
 
Real Time Control: In-Year Budget
 
Management and MonitoringExternal Reporting and Accountability
 
Risk, Audit and Oversight in ManagingMoney
 
Budgeting for Government
 –
NewStrategies and Changing Practice.
 
Managing Time Resource
Our training courses are designed to:
 
bring about major improvements inorganizational performance
 
boost productivity
 
build confidence
 
impact specific skills
 
enhance staff professionalism
 
speed up the rate of change andadaptation to dynamic business world
 
reinforce application of newknowledge
 
equip staff members to deal with newchallenges and
 
ensure your organization acquires thetools it needs to excel in a rapidlychanging environment

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