Our courses and workshops complement our borrowing, investment and advisory services. They are tailored for the public sector and offer a unique whole-of-State overlay.
Gather and learn from peers, industry experts and government ministers on key issues and topics in financial sustainability and asset management.
Gain insight into the treasury management and funding activities of a central financing authority. Learn about the issuance of debt to fund public services, and the measures and techniques used to manage a range of financial risks in order to ensure the best value for money for business units and clients.
Build your knowledge of financial management undertaken by finance and treasury staff.
Learn to make decisions that lead to financially sustainable, value-for-money outcomes via a thorough understanding of financial risk, reporting and governance.
Increase your skills in reading, interpreting and analysing financial statements of a range of public and private sector entities.
Gain an understanding of QTC’s debt funding (borrowing) products, and how your organisation can use them to achieve the lowest possible cost of funds.
Learn how you can use QTC’s investment products to most effectively manage your organisation’s surplus cash balances.
Learn the skills to develop and analyse robust and effective business cases for your project proposals.
Enhance your skills in contract and procurement management to ensure your projects meet your business objectives at the lowest whole-of-life cost.
Learn to effectively evaluate alternative projects and investments to enable you to make the best financial decisions.
Build your skills to help you deliver project outcomes that meet project and corporate objectives and represent value for money.
Aid your practical understanding of the issues relating to cost of capital and the strategies to manage the cost.
Enhance your ability to confidently undertake robust credit assessments of a range of private and public sector organisations to determine their credit worthiness and financial sustainability.
Enable you to use the financial instruments known as derivatives to assist eligible organisations to minimise their financial risks.
Improve your understanding of full cost pricing as applied to
government service delivery. A better understanding of the true cost of service provision allows more informed decisions in delivering value for all stakeholders.