15 Nov 2021 - Online via Zoom 2-3.30pm
Important - this is a series of 3 webinars each running for 90 minutes on the 15-17 November 2021.
Run by the Institute of Economic Development Executive Director, Nigel Wilcock.
This is an introduction to the development of business cases for the public sector – and how to avoid the five cases model kicking the enthusiasm out of proposed projects. The course will consider:
• The strategic outline case
• The outline business case
• The full business case
The course will consider the level of detail required in each case and the proportionality of the case versus the size of the public sector contribution.
The course will then use real examples to work through the requirements of:
• The Strategic Case
• The Economic Case
• The Commercial Case
• The Financial Case
• The Management Case
The course will also consider how project alternatives are worked through and also how the economic outputs are calculated.
The course will include the latest thinking on the HM Treasury change to Green Book guidance current at the time of the session. We will also update participants on how Green Book is applicable to City Deals, Town Funds, Future High Street Funds, Strength in Places Fund etc.
This course will be delivered over 3 separate online sessions, taking place on:
Please note that the webinars will be conducted via Zoom and you will be able to ask live questions via the chat during the course of the sessions.
There is an expectation that delegates will attend all 3 webinars. If you are unable to attend all 3, you can request a recording of the missed webinar, but there will be no discount should you not be able to attend all 3.
The inclusive price (for 3 x 90 minute sessions) is £50 for IED members and £100 for non IED members.
To purchase your ticket (pay by invoice is possible) please visit our Eventbrite page here.
Please check that your organisation/device is Zoom enabled before purchasing your ticket.
Once you have registered, we will send you a link to the first Zoom webinar.< Back