This programme is about financial planning and management which is an integral element in the management of resources both at the national and corporate levels. It is meant to develop capacity in the management of financial resources so as to enable the organization meet its objectives. It is a response to the changes taking place in the environment by providing managers with advanced analytical and forecasting capability which will enable them to anticipate and plan for external events for maximum organizational benefits. The programme is an effort to improve the level of financial management using modern analytical and planning tools.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Finance officers, accountants, procurement officers and economists in the public sector.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Develop and apply financial planning and forecasting models for decision making;
Apply macroeconomic analysis and forecasting tools for budget development;
Identify and quantify the risks involved in managing public sector finances;
Apply management principles to plan for and manage change in the organization.
Macroeconomic analysis and forecasting;
Cash flow forecasting;
Financial planning models;
Capital budgeting in the public sector;
Public sector budgeting and financial management.