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Course Outline


Cash Flow and Capital Budgeting

Duration

12 Hours

Language

English

Summary

The decision to invest in new projects or not is a crucial decision for any business. This workshop will help participants understand and analyze the key factors that will allow them to make this decision according to the relevant cash flow. Participants will also learn how to resolve problems created when the number of projects that can be accepted is limited or the total budget is narrow. This workshop will also help participants in the classification of budgets and will equip them with the techniques of Capital Budgeting.

Target Audience

This course will appeal to a wide range of audiences and is intended for anyone who intend to earn Cash flow skills.

Skills Gained

Upon completion of workshop participants will be able to:

  • Decide whether to invest in new projects
  • Calculate the relevant cash flow
  • Resolve problems created when the number of projects that can be accepted is limited or the total budget is narrow
  • Compare two mutually exclusive projects of unequal size, time, and lives
  • Deal with projects that have different life spans

Topics Covered

1.       Key Financial Statements

  •  Income Statements
  •  Balance Sheet
  • Cash Flow Statements
  • Statement of Changes in Owner’s equity

2.       Budgeting and Cash Flow

  • What is a budget?
  • Budget Functions
  • Setting Assumptions
  •  Preparing the operating budget
  • Creating Financial Budgets
  • Cash Flow budget
  •  Classification of budgets
  • Advantages of budgets
  •  Disadvantages of budgets

3.       Capital Budgeting

  • Why capital budgeting
  • Techniques

Methodology

  • Learning Concepts/Presentations
  • Group Activities and Discussions
  • Tips and Tools
  • Individual and Team Exercises
  • Role Plays/Case Studies
  • Educational Videos
  • Action Plan to ensure Application of the Learning