Responding to COVID-19: insight, support and guidance
This course provides you with foundation stage accreditation on the HM Treasury Green Book Guidance on Public Sector Business Cases Using the Five Case Model. It is also a pre-requisite for the practitioner qualification. The advertised cost includes the examination fee.
A 10% discount is available to all CIPFA members. If this applies to you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your booking.
Starts: 13 Jul 2022 09:30Ends: 14 Jul 2022 16:30
£880.00 excl VAT
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If you work on developing or reviewing business cases, HM Treasury is recommending that you are accredited on the Better Business Cases programme, which has been jointly developed by HM Treasury and the Welsh government.
The classroom learning is delivered via virtual classrooms. You will be provided a link to join each workshop online. Our trainer will be there to greet you and the other delegates, and we aim to deliver just as we would if everyone was together in a physical training room. For best results we recommend the use of webcams. Your trainers will be available throughout the programme to provide support, you will have access to recordings of all module presentations and we will arrange online group clinic sessions during the course.
Decision-makers, managers, business case developers and project managers and teams.
The foundation course will give you:
Through reference to the Five Case Model, HM Treasury's Green Book, and a range of exercises and case studies, you will understand how to address key questions:
Lisa is a CIPFA qualified accountant, and has worked for the institute since 2008. She joined as a finance advisor in CIPFA Networks, and more recently moved across to the advisory team. Her two areas of expertise are in education finance, particularly academy accounts and assurance, and also in local government transformation around the consideration of alternative service delivery models.