Disclosing large company payment performance
Government to require disclosure of payment performance of larger businesses (with turnover greater than $33 million per year).
Learn how to understand the financial information presented to your board in order to perform your duties as a director.
In this one-day course you will learn to use and oversee financial information and processes.
Course exercises with practical applications demonstrate how this content is critical for all directors.
By the end of the course you will understand how to ask the right questions to hold an organisation to account on behalf of its stakeholders.
8.30am to 5.00pm
Essentials courses discount
Register for three or more one-day Essentials courses and receive a 10% discount. Your discount will be automatically applied to your shopping cart at checkout.
Attend with your colleagues and save
Register three or more attendees from the same organisation on a course and receive a 10% discount. Your discount will be automatically applied to your shopping cart at checkout. If you have any questions about this offer please phone +64 4 499 0076 and speak to one of the delivery team. (This discount does not apply to conferences.)
Find out if you are eligible for a part-payment contribution towards your course registration fee through the Regional Business Partner Network.
By registering on this course you agree to pay and attend the course. If you subsequently secure funding through the Regional Business Partner Network the IoD will refund you for this amount.
You may prefer to obtain approval for funding prior to committing to the course.
Go to the Regional Business Partner Network websites for more information.
By registering for this course you are confirming that you accept our course and event terms and conditions and that you agree to adhere to our Covid-19 health and safety measures. If you are unwell or have any Covid-19 symptoms please do not attend this course.
"It gave a good overview of interpreting accounts and what questions directors should be asking".