This module is aimed at anyone who needs to prepare a business case or who will be involved in reviewing or assessing business cases.It provides an introduction to the topic for those with little or no experience of preparing a business case. While it includes an overview of the financial elements of a business case, it does not assume any financial expertise.
This course will introduce the basics of business partnering. It includes what business partnering is and how to prepare for it. The course then identifies some of the basic skills for effective business partnering. It is an introduction level course.
This course will introduce the role of the Finance function in HE, what Finance do and why. The course will explore financial rules and regulations, financial reporting standards and financial sustainability. The module then moves on to financial information in HE, starting with the annual finance cycle, then to onto to financial statements and internal financial management.
This course will be helpful to those responsible for dealing with financial transactions in universities, such as budgeting, purchasing or generating income. It provides an overview of how VAT applies specifically in the higher education sector but is not intended to be a fully comprehensive guide.
This course is an introduction to corporation tax and the core concept of charitable status which underpins all the corporation tax exemptions for universities. It helps to explain the potential corporation tax costs and obligations for universities and then finally the concept of non-charitable expenditure.
This course is aimed at anyone within a university who needs to purchase a product or service. The course covers what a specification is and why a good specification is important. It will also take you through how to write a good specification including the different types of specification you may require. This course will supplement internal guidance.
This course looks at the human rights issues faced by organisations in general, and in particular in their supply chain. There are a series of detailed topics and a couple of quizzes to test your learning.
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