Making the Business Case

Making the Business Case

A trip to Leeds is always welcome when it’s St Gemma’s Hospice I’m heading to. It’s a wonderful venue doing great work. Making the Business Case is always oversubscribed when run through Finance Skills Development and this day was no exception.

Comments on the evaluation forms included:

“Would recommend this course to colleagues. Very well organised, flowed well and was very professional (with a hint of humour!)”
“Superb focussed training. Thank you.”
“Excellently delivered. Made what could be a dry subject interesting. The time flew! Really enjoyed the day.”
“Another excellent course by David.”
“Making the Business Case is the second study event I have taken with David Bailey and FSD. Both days have provided real tools that are useful in real work situations. Excellent delivery and content… Thank you!” – Associate Director
“Great. Will recommend this when I go back to trust.”

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5 Comments for “Making the Business Case”

Louise Gibbons

says:

A colleague attended your course in Aug of this year and has advice i attend your next one, could you please advice when you next intend to run this in the South Yorkshire area.

davidbaileyfcca

says:

Hi Louise I’m running another Making the Business case near Hull on 13 October 2010 at the Cave Castle Hotel. Bookings are made online at http://www.fsdnetwork.com and I suspect that it’s already been full for quite some time – there tends to be a big waiting list. I can always run one in-house if you have other colleagues who would be interested?

Louise Gibbons

says:

Hi David the 13th October wasn’t listed as i have been looking. With regards to doing in-house what would it cost and what numbers would you need?

please email direct if possible.

many thanks

louise

Katherine Jones

says:

Please can you let me know when I can apply for the next course Making the Business Case on 7 September in Wakefield?

Thanks

davidbaileyfcca

says:

Bookings are all made online at the Finance Skills Development Web site http://www.fsdnetwork.com
Bookings open and are available on the Web site approximately two months before the event.

If you have any queries, please contact Fiona Wieland at fiona.wieland@hdft.nhs.uk as she organises all the Yorkshire and the Humber open events I run.

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