PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME The Public Finance Management Programme consists of the following Short Courses: Tip: Click HERE for an overview of Short Courses : Dates & Cost Courses with scheduled dates New Trasury Regulations (if published) Public Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers (Fin for Non-Fin) Supply Chain Management (SCM) REAL Management (Revenue, Expenditure, Assets & Liabilities) Effective Writing Skills (EWS) Preparing Annual Financial Statements (AFS) Preventing, Detecting and Managing Fraud Course (FRAUD course) Courses available to be presented in-house Performance Management (in terms of the PFMA/MFMA) (PM)  Performance Evaluation and Reporting (3Es)  Latest Developments in Public Finance Management (LADEV)  Ethics for Government Auditors (ETHICS)  Audit Committees in the public sector (Audit Committees Course) Background The promulgation of the Public Finance Management Act and related legislation such as the Municipal Finance Management Act and the Treasury Regulations has created the need for many public sector officials to acquire numerous management knowledge and skills specifically related to the public sector. SAIGA’s Public Finance Management Programme™ is designed to address this challenge. Flexibility, mobility and accessibility are built-in features to enable financial managers in the public sector to be empowered with the necessary knowledge and skills to meet the requirements of the legislation referred to above. The content of the short courses is designed around the Public Finance Management Act and related legislation. The Public Finance Management Academy has secured the services of various leading professional educators and academics with specific public sector experience to develop and present the continued professional development (CPE) short courses. OBE Approach SAIGA’s Public Finance Management Programme™ was developed and structured on the outcome-based education (OBE) model.   SAIGA membership of APPETD       The Southern African Institute of Government Auditors is a member of the Association of Private Providers of Education, Training and Development (APPETD). Established in 1997, APPETD is the national body representing the interests of private providers of Education, Training and Development in South Africa. It has come to be recognised as an ethical body that works toward establishing and maintaining the highest standards of education and training throughout the industry. APPETD is committed to: Ensuring that its members maintain the high standards that are comparable to outcomes for all sectors of education and training. Ensuring that users of all private institutions are receiving the best possible education and training in their chosen field; Ensuring that employers recognise that a qualification awarded by an APPETD member provides them with competent personnel; Ensuring that members run their institutions according to the Code of Ethics which governs the Association; Ensuring that the Association itself markets its standards and ethics to all audiences including prospective students; Ensuring that the Executive Committee of APPETD is elected annually from a body of top decision makers from South Africa’s leading private providers; Ensuring that its members maintain the high standards that are comparable to outcomes for all sectors of education and training. APPETD is represented on: the National Skills Authority (NSA) and representation on the ETQA that is responsible for quality assurance of your organisation; the HEQC, the accrediting body for higher education providers; Umalusi, the accrediting body for general and further education providers; several SETAs, NSBs, SGBs and many other important bodies to affect providers. [ BACK TO THE TOP ]
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