Course Detail(DGT001i : Financial Modelling to Support Business Decision-Making (E-Learning))

DGT001i : Financial Modelling to Support Business Decision-Making (E-Learning)

2.50 CPE Hours (Others)
Online


Programme Overview
 
This is an e-learning programme.
Upon successful registration and payment, you will be notified via email within 10-15 mins on your enrolment confirmation with user instructions to access this programme.
Please complete all topics and sub-topics within the E-Learning courseware.
(The programme and assessment is valid for 6 months from the date of purchase)

 
Programme Objective
 
This e-learning course will introduce to the learner the concepts and application of financial models and also illustrate how to build a sample model via Microsoft Excel.
 
The construction and use of financial modelling permits businesses to identifies problems/opportunities from the issues, assists to determines plausible cause-effect relationships, provides feasible set of alternative courses of action besides supplying evaluation criteria to support decision-making. This is a useful and important process to manage the risk of making sub-optimal financial decisions.
 

Programme Outline


Principles in Financial models:

  • Financial principles (such as the TVM)
  • Finance theories (such as CAPM)
  • Financial analysis (such as financial ratios)

How concepts of financial modelling can be applied to analysis of the following:

  • Financial risks
  • Financial statement
  • Business value

Appreciate how to build a financial model using Excel (Demonstration)

  • One example of constructing a sample model from building the assumptions to the logic and the output, through the use of a spreadsheet using the financial modelling tools available within Excel will be demonstrated.

MCQ Assessment
 
Training Methodology
 
E-Learning (24/7) with videos and MCQ Assessment

No cancellation or change in programme enrolment once the enrolment is successful.

Click here for ISCA E-Learning User Guide.
 

Intended For

This Intermediate level programme is intended for: Business analysts, financial modellers, accountants, bankers, finance managers, financial analysts, financial controllers, financial advisers, risk managers and professionals who wish to explore the use of models to mitigate the risk of making sub-optimal business and financial decisions.

Competency Mapping

Others = 2.50 Hours

Schedule & Fees

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 160.50
For Non-Members: $ 203.30

Programme Facilitator(s)

Online Instruction

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)


Programme Overview
 
This is an e-learning programme.
Upon successful registration and payment, you will be notified via email within 10-15 mins on your enrolment confirmation with user instructions to access this programme.
Please complete all topics and sub-topics within the E-Learning courseware.
(The programme and assessment is valid for 6 months from the date of purchase)

 
Programme Objective
 
This e-learning course will introduce to the learner the concepts and application of financial models and also illustrate how to build a sample model via Microsoft Excel.
 
The construction and use of financial modelling permits businesses to identifies problems/opportunities from the issues, assists to determines plausible cause-effect relationships, provides feasible set of alternative courses of action besides supplying evaluation criteria to support decision-making. This is a useful and important process to manage the risk of making sub-optimal financial decisions.
 

Programme Outline


Principles in Financial models:

  • Financial principles (such as the TVM)
  • Finance theories (such as CAPM)
  • Financial analysis (such as financial ratios)

How concepts of financial modelling can be applied to analysis of the following:

  • Financial risks
  • Financial statement
  • Business value

Appreciate how to build a financial model using Excel (Demonstration)

  • One example of constructing a sample model from building the assumptions to the logic and the output, through the use of a spreadsheet using the financial modelling tools available within Excel will be demonstrated.

MCQ Assessment
 
Training Methodology
 
E-Learning (24/7) with videos and MCQ Assessment

No cancellation or change in programme enrolment once the enrolment is successful.

Click here for ISCA E-Learning User Guide.
 

Intended For

This Intermediate level programme is intended for: Business analysts, financial modellers, accountants, bankers, finance managers, financial analysts, financial controllers, financial advisers, risk managers and professionals who wish to explore the use of models to mitigate the risk of making sub-optimal business and financial decisions.

Competency Mapping

Others = 2.50 Hours

Programme Facilitator(s)


Upcoming Schedule

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 160.50
For Non-Members: $ 203.30

Programme Facilitator(s)

Online Instruction