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Master Class on Financial Management (F022)

Description

Type: Virtual classroom
Duration: 03:45 hours
Status: Active

The financial resources of the Government of Canada are expected to be well managed and safeguarded through balanced controls that enable flexibility and manage risk. This course for seasoned executives examines the central partners and processes involved in financial management within the government system. Participants will be invited to share their perspectives and lessons learned on how to navigate this system, with the support of experts taking on a coaching role.

Topics include:

  • reviewing financial stewardship
  • clarifying roles and responsibilities
  • managing programs and projects from a financial perspective
  • planning and managing investment transfer payments

Notes:

For executives looking to revisit the foundational principles of financial management, Responsible Use of Public Funds (G380) and Executive Authority Delegation Training Assessment (G610) are recommended alternatives.

Related topics

Finance

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More about this course
  • Topics: Finance
  • Community: Directors; Directors General
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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