This CIPFA qualification offers a unique blend of online and classroom-based training as well as providing refresher guidance on some of the technical/professional skills required of a finance business partner.
Starts: 15 Feb 2018 09:30Ends: 19 Jul 2018 16:30
Two Tree LaneDentonTamesideM34 7QL[See map]
£0.00 excl VAT
We are committed to providing a qualification that not only arms delegates with a range of best practice knowledge and skills, but also enables them to actively apply the learning back in the workplace in whichever sector they are based.
To gain accreditation delegates are required to submit a portfolio of evidence and a work-based project that records evidence of learning and critical analysis for each module (other than module two); how the skills development has been translated to the working environment and the development of delegates’ ability to undertake specific tasks.
Completing the qualification offers a Post-Graduate Certificate (level seven) in finance business partnering, as well as the opportunity to apply for CIPFA Affiliate membership.
This workbook provides learners with an in-depth understanding of the context and concept of business partnering models in public sector environments.
This workbook provides learners with an understanding of the commercial acumen required in public sector organisations and in the provision of public services.
This workbook provides learners with a detailed understanding of the importance of producing and reporting accurate and timely financial information for the efficient management of public sector organisations.
This workbook builds on module three and provides learners with a detailed understanding of the behavioural skills and emotional intelligence needed by a finance business partner to manage the relationship with internal and external clients to ensure the needs of all parties are met.
This workbook builds on modules three and four and provides learners with a detailed understanding of the nature of partnerships, alliances and flatter organisations. It will also explore why finance business partners need to develop and use their influencing skills at senior levels to improve their own and organisational effectiveness in a changing business environment.
This workbook provides learners with an understanding of how finance business partners can promote and influence large scale, complex transformational change programmes.
Dates and locations for modules:
Launch 11 January 2018
The first date on each programme will be a launch event over a lunchtime (12.00 to 15.30). This will provide delegates with the chance to get to know each other as well as some of the logistics and structure of the programme such as accessing the learning platform, pre-reading and work prior to face-to-face elements; the assessment process; and general administration.
Modules 1 and 2 - 15 February 2018
Modules 3 - 13 March 2018
Modules 4 and 5 - 13 June 2018
Module 6 - 19 July 2018