Cash Flow and Budget Management

Learning Unit 1: The Need for Cash Flow Management
Learning Unit 2: Perform Monthly Comparisons of Actual Expenditure and Revenue with Budgeted Amounts
Learning Unit 3: Evaluate the Management of an Organisation’s Reporting System
Learning Unit 4: Demonstrate an Understanding of the Accounting Principles for the Use and Interpretation of Processed Financial Information

Who should Attend ?

This skills programme is designed for the public sector and is aimed at:
• financial and non-financial practitioners.


What are the benefits ?

The benefits of this skills programme include:
• a clear understanding of the influence that cash flow management has on the relevant revenue fund;
• a thorough comprehension of the aspects that have an influence on cash flow management in national and provincial departments;
• an understanding of the legislative aspects pertaining to cash flow management;
• a clear understanding of the inter-relationship between effective cash flow management and the efficacy of budget management;
• a clear understanding of the requirements applicable to monthly reporting and in-year monitoring of budgets;
• a thorough comprehension and application of aspects such as shifting, virement and the rollover of funds; and
• an understanding of the accounting processes applicable to cash flow management.


Duration

Three day contact session combined with practical workplace experience.


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Scheduled Venues and Dates

RegionDates
Gauteng 22 Feb 21-24 Feb 21
19 Apr 21-21 Apr 21
24 May 21-26 May 21
23 Aug 21-25 Aug 21
13 Dec 21-15 Dec 21
21 Feb 22-23 Feb 22
20 Apr 22-22 Apr 22
25 Jul 22-27 Jul 22
26 Sep 22-28 Sep 22
07 Nov 22-09 Nov 22
Online 22 Feb 21-24 Feb 21
19 Apr 21-21 Apr 21
24 May 21-26 May 21
23 Aug 21-25 Aug 21
13 Dec 21-15 Dec 21
Entry Requirements

It is assumed that learners accessing this skills programme are competent in:
•communication (NQF level 4); and
• mathematical literacy (NQF level 4).