Responding to COVID-19: insight, support and guidance
If you work on developing or reviewing business cases, HM Treasury is recommending that you are accredited by the Better Business Cases programme, which has been jointly developed by the treasury and the Welsh Government.
The practitioner course is designed to confirm that you have achieved sufficient understanding of the theory and application of the Five Case Model to allow you to effectively develop and produce a business case. You must have passed the foundation exam before undertaking the practitioner course.
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: 05 Jan 2022 09:30Ends: 06 Jan 2022 16:30
£880.00 excl VAT
The classroom learning is delivered online 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.
The practitioner course will give you:
Building on the learning and skills developed during the Foundation course, you will learn to apply and understand how to tailor the Five Case Model to the development of a business case. Specifically you will be able to:
Two days of face-to-face training culminating in the practitioner exam. The practitioner exam is 2.5 hours in duration with four questions (20 marks each) per paper. Candidates are required to obtain 40 marks (out of 80) to pass.
Better Business Cases is a trademark of Her Majesty's Treasury.
Brendan is a senior leadership and professional consultant for CIPFA consultancy and training. He leads CIPFA’s CFO Leadership Academy in the UK and for the government of Canada. He is also heavily involved in CIPFA’s finance business partnering work and in change management assignments in the UK and in Europe. Email: email@example.com, Tel: 07810 547 226.