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Assessing partners' financial management capacity
|Course Title:||Assessing partners' financial management capacity|
|For:||INGO programme and finance staff who work with and support local NGO partners|
|Fee basis:||Non-residential: fee excludes accommodation.|
This course builds the confidence and skills of NGO staff to assess and strengthen local partner NGOs’ financial management systems and capacity.
This course is designed for staff in international NGOs whose role includes supporting programmes implemented by local partner NGOs and assessing the partners’ capacity to manage project funds.
For those with no previous financial management experience or training it is recommended that they first attend the companion course – FM3UK Financial Management for Effective Programmes: a Programme Officer’s Survival Course – which takes place immediately before the FM9.
We recommend that you read this course outline carefully to make sure the content is relevant and meets your learning requirements. If you are not sure if this course is for you, please contact us.
The final balance of course content will be decided by those attending the course, according to their interests and training needs.
The core components of this course include:
- Frameworks and checklists for assessing capacity and analysing financial risk
- Interpreting partners’ financial reports
Identifying strategies to build on strengths and improve on weaknesses
Also see the Programme Guide.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
The Mango training approach is highly practical, participatory and often fun!
We focus on real issues and help participants to use the tools covered, rather than just discuss them. We work especially hard to explain and take the mystery out of financial concepts to overcome the fear of finance.
“Mango training really does take the fear out of finance!”
We train in small groups to meet the needs of individual participants and use a variety of learning methods to stimulate interest and meet different learning styles. Participatory techniques include interactive presentations, practical problem-solving activities, case studies and quizzes.
Courses are supported by extensive materials for participants to take away and apply after the course, including a detailed course manual. We also offer a free follow-up service by email or phone to all Mango trainees.
How to Book
All courses can be booked online or by completing a booking form and sending it to the training team. Full terms and conditions are also available on our website, as well as the latest calendar, current availability and course fees.
You are also welcome to telephone us with enquiries on +44 (0)1865 423818.
The course fee covers: tuition, all course materials including a course handbook and workbook; complementary Mango pen, ‘jargon ball’ and calculator; lunch and refreshments during the course; and a course certificate.
The course fee does not include the cost of overnight accommodation or travel to and from the training venue.
Introduction and Overview
|Frameworks and checklists||
|Summary & Review||