Professional Development (PD) Days
The Financial Management Institute's Capital Chapter is pleased
to provide you with the new program brochure for the 2014-15
Professional Development (PD) year. The content is based on
extensive stakeholder engagement to strategically approach training
needs, identified by CFOs and DCFOs and align these needs with
horizontal, objectives and new policy development from the center
through consultation with the OCG. Our objective to provide
relevant and current training to meet the needs of the financial
community culminated in six (6) planned PD Days which were
strategically selected to maximise value for participants.
Our sessions are primarily in English. We strive to
provide all PD Day presentations and documents and their posting to
the website in both English and French. All participants to the PD
Days are encouraged to ask questions in either English or French,
the official languages of Canada.
Members: $305 + HST
Non-Members: $355 + HST
of Four Package for single event $1320/4 +
Please register early as space is limited.
For more information, email the Capital Chapter Office
Cancellation of your registration must be received by email up
to 72 hours prior to the PD Day. If no cancellation notice is
received, you will be invoiced. Please note that if you choose to
send a replacement to the PD Day, the individual will be billed
according to their membership status (member rate or non-member
rate) not yours.
FMI Capital Chapter - Program 2014-2015
Thursday, June 11, 2015
In this Professional Development Day, an annual event, we will
examine the roles and responsibilities of departments, the Prime
Minister's office / Privy Council Office, Department of Finance and
the Treasury Board Secretariat. The day will focus on
developing the government's agenda through the Speech from the
Throne and the Federal Budget and on translating government
priorities into action through Memoranda to Cabinet and Treasury
Board submissions. Another important aspect of the machinery of
government is effective reporting to Parliamentary committees. The
day will end with a discussion on the role of the Deputy Minister
as Accounting Officer, and the evolving role of the Chief Financial
Officer. This day will of special interest to all new FI's,
those who need to increase their understanding of interactions
between departments and central agencies. Participants will
learn the key steps in the financial process, from funding
initiation to public reporting, the financial roles,
responsibilities and accountabilities of key stakeholders in the
government's departments and agencies.
Thursday June 11, 2015
Meet your CFOs, DCFO's and CAE's at our annual year end social
and networking event.
This year the theme revolves around local food and aims to
bring out the foodie in you!!
The evening agenda will have a number of surprises!
Annual Year end Social and Networking event
June 11th, 4 -7 pm
National Arts Centre
5:00 Chef's local food table: Come socialize!
5:30 Dessert table
6:15 Closing remarks
You are invited to join the Board of Directors, our Patrons,
Aspiring Leaders Network, Departmental Liaisons and Programming
Committees of the Financial Management Institute of Canada -
Capital Chapter to discover what the local region has to
here to register.