Courses and programs

Financial Management Essentials (FME)

Use your influence to maintain budget integrity and accountability. Realise your potential as a manager.
  • Make an impact when contributing to budget development discussions.
  • Develop the knowledge and skills you need to interpret financial information and effectively manage budgets and resources.
  • Gain knowledge and practical experience that can be applied in your workplace.
  • Engage with highly skilled facilitators with extensive health and financial experience.
  • Two-day face-to-face workshop in locally  conducted, supportive group environments.
  • Four online modules that can be completed at your own pace.
I thought that it would be all spreadsheets but I was pleasantly surpirsed by the interactive nature.I have a greater understanding of how to monitor and manage the budget and howit is created and distributed. I now know the importance of sharing the budget with all staff, making my team more aware and responsible.
Western Sydney LHD Information Manager, May 2015  

For more information and to see course availabilities in your area click here or contact us at HETI-Management@health.nsw.gov.au

Details
Duration
  • 8–12 weeks (dependent on organisational scheduling)
Elements
  • 2 day face-to-face workshop
  • Self-paced eLearning – 4 modules, 2 hours and 10 minutes
  • Financial reporting assessment
Locations and frequency
  • Workshops are delivered throughout the year at the request f NSW Health organisations or participants can enrol in a centralised course
  • Contact the Management Development Unit for more details 02 9844 6136 or HETI-Management@health.nsw.gov.au
Audience
  • NSW Health  cost centre managers
  • NSW Health  acting cost centre managers
  • NSW Health  employees moving into  a role with
Learning outcomes
  • Recognise the key characteristics and use of budgets
  • Correctly interpret budgetary and financial terminology in a health context
  • Interpret and respond to financial information as a cost centre manager
  • Make and justify decisions based on review of budgets, recognising cost drivers and budgetary relationships
  • Implement Activity Based Funding (ABF) and Activity Based Management (ABM)