The following courses are available for delivery at your agency or company on your schedule.
Contact Don Dickson, Training Manager at (301) 455-5633 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for further details, special pricing.
Budget Strategies in a Downsizing Environment Brief Overview:
This course combines lectures, discussions, group exercises and case studies to address the ways in which new deficit reduction targets are changing the rules for budgeting. This will enable government agencies to discover effective techniques to formulate, defend and execute an operating budget in the new funding environment.
Budget Reviews: Presenting and Defending a Budget Request Brief Overview
: The Budget of the United States is a complex financial plan that is broad in scope and detailed in content. The Federal government’s budget involves the Congress, the President, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Federal Agencies. Given the scope and size of the federal budget, it is no wonder that the process is in reality a number of budget processes.
Intro to the Federal Budget - Budget Basics Training Workshop Brief Overview
: This course combines lectures, discussions, group exercises, and case studies to familiarize students with formulating, executing and analyzing government budgets. This will enable government agencies to meet government accountability and to improve budget performance.
Performance measurement is a key component of performance-based budgeting. Therefore, the course presents basic concepts to building and analyzing budget metrics
Organizing, Packaging, and Delivering Effective Presentations Brief Overview
: Audiences judge presenters even before they begin to speak, and they continue to evaluate throughout the entire presentation. Most speakers concentrate almost exclusively on the words they deliver, but audiences concentrate on how those words are delivered, sequenced, described, illustrated, and emphasized. When a speaker doesn’t support his words with his delivery skills, the impact of the message is weakened – or in worst case – lost.