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1. Title

  • Accounting and Finance for Mere Mortals: Simplifying Capital and Budgets (FINMM, 2 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Previous experience in a management or supervisory role

3. Target Audience

  • Public and private sector employees who want to understand the language of finance and the tools that are used to manage finances and budgets

4. Dates and Pricing


2 People for Guaranteed Live or Virtual Delivery $1,150.00 per person

5. Outline

Module 1: The Basics

Topic 1: Interest Rates and Payments

Topic 2: About the Time Value of Money

Topic 3: The Importance of the Cost of Capital

Topic 4: Defining Opportunity Cost and Sunk Costs

Topic 5: Making Payments: Calculating the Payments

Topic 6: Beyond the Obvious: Making Good Financial Decisions

Module 2: Exploring the Time-Value of Money

Topic 1: Concepts and Terminology

Topic 2: Estimating the Discount Rate Reasonably

Topic 3: Calculating Future Value

Topic 4: About the Payback Period and the Discounted Payback Period

Topic 5: Calculating Net Present Value

Topic 6: Calculating Internal Rate of Return

Topic 7: Making Decisions Based on NPV and IRR

Topic 8: Dealing with Conflicts between IRR and NPV

Topic 9: The Multiple IRR Problem

Topic 10: The No IRR Problem

Module 3: Exploring the Cost of Capital

Topic 1: Defining the Cost of Capital

Topic 2: About Taxes and the Cost of Capital

Topic 3: Weights of the Weighted Average

Topic 4: The Cost of Different Sources of Capital

Topic 5: About Cost of Capital Estimation

Topic 6: Choosing between Sources of Capital

Module 4: Mastering Capital Budgeting

Topic 1: Capital Budgeting and Cash Flows

Topic 2: Estimating the Discount Rate

Topic 3: Determining Cash Flows for the Project

Topic 4: Establishing the Viability of a New Project

Topic 5: Establishing the Viability of a Replacement Project

Topic 6: Determining the Value of Real Options

Topic 7: (Optional) Alternative Valuation Methods: EI, EP and More

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