Budgeting, implementing and evaluating projects with Build–Operate–Transfer (BOT) System Course
Providing participants with the general framework of the balances in terms of their conception, relevance, economic, social, financial and control dimensions and how to prepare them.
Enabling participants to acquire budgeting skills by identifying the bases for estimating the budget elements of revenue and expenses and the general rules governing preparation and estimation as well as acquiring the skills of the budget tab in the light of the tab foundations.
Enabling participants to acquire the government budgeting skills in the light of modern methods used in developed countries.
Enabling participants to acquire the budget analysis skills using several methods and models for analysis with a view to achieving oversight and performance appraisal.
Familiarizing participants with the basic features of BOT projects and institutions working in this field.
Familiarizing participants with the elements of the BOT project feasibility studies.
Familiarizing participants with implementation mechanisms and methods for evaluating BOT projects.
Who Should Attend?
Government planning and finance officials, representatives of private companies, bank representatives and representatives of funding companies, investors, project managers, investment managers, and those who are rehabilitated for those positions, and those who want to develop their skills and abilities.
Nature of budgets
The concept and importance of budgets.
Budgeting rules and procedures.
General principles for the preparing and using of budgets.
The Foundations of the budget elements tab.
Recent trends in budgeting.
Balancing programs and performance.
Balancing planning and programming.
Zero baseline balance.
Analytical inspection and financial analysis of the budgets
Analytical inspection of government budgets.
The nature of the procedures for the analytical inspection of government budgets.
The objectives and timing of the analytical inspection procedures.
Planning of analytical inspection procedures.
The extent of reliance on analytical inspection procedures for government budgets.
Financial analysis of government budgets.
Financial analysis and uses.
Methods of financial analysis of government budgets.
Various practical situations.
Analysis and interpretation of government budget components
Budget of the administrative apparatus of the state.
Budget public entities.
Budget Economic entities.
Government budget segmentations.
An ongoing budget and an investment budget.
Basic features of BOT projects.
Institutions operating in the BOT system.
Feasibility studies for BOT projects.
Anyone who will conduct feasibility studies.
Elements of feasibility studies for the projects of the. Bot.
BOT project funding:
External sources of funding.
Internal sources of funding.
Implementation and evaluation of BOT projects
Commitments of the host government and the financial consortium implementing BOT projects.
Preparing the budgets for BOT projects.
BOT Project management.
Ways to schedule project activities.
Resource management, follow-up and cost control.
Who makes the evaluation? When is the evaluation conducted?