Financial Feasibility Study and Project Evaluation Course

Financial Feasibility Study and Project Evaluation Course




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  • The program aims to provide participants with a set of scientific knowledge about the economic feasibility study of projects and how to finance them, in terms of the detailed study of each of the marketing, technical and financial studies of the projects
  • The program aims to provide participants with a set of practical skills on preparing the feasibility study for the project and determining the optimal financing structure for the project in line with the nature of the projects by providing actual data to the participants for more than one project that has already been implemented. The participants themselves prepare the feasibility study for this project and choose the optimal financing structure

Who should attend?

  • Owners of economic projects
  • Grantors of financing and credit facilities for projects in banks
  • Financial accountants in projects
  • Everyone who has the right to take a decision regarding the evaluation of feasibility studies for projects

Course content:

The first day: the basic concepts of the economic feasibility study.

  • The concept of the investment project
  • The concept of investment opportunity
  • The concept of opportunity cost
  • The concept of the time value of a unit of money
  • The concept of optimum choice between different alternatives
  • The scientific method for decision making
  • Concepts of economic energy for companies

The second day: The basic elements of studying economic projects.

  • The legal study of the project and the selection of the legal form of the projects.
  • Marketing study of the project and estimation of the expected demand for the goods and services provided by the project.
  • Technical and engineering study and determining the volume of resources and energies required to be provided to fulfill the obligations of the project towards prospective clients.
  • The financial study of the project, an estimate of the costs required to implement the project, the structure and sources of funding for these costs, and the estimated financial statements for the project.
  • Studying the economic feasibility of the project and comparing the expected returns and the costs that will be spent on the project.
  • Studying the environmental feasibility of the project and the extent of the impact of the implementation of the project on the surrounding environment.

Third day: Marketing and technical study

  • Components of the marketing mix for products
  • The cost structure associated with the technical or technical part
  • Expenditure structure related to the technical or technical part

Fourth day: Financial and economic study and evaluation of investment alternatives (2)

  • Determine the total investment costs to be provided to carry out the project.
  • Determining the size of the annual operating expenses required to meet the specific production plans.
  • Determining the size of the working capital needed to make an economic exploitation of the project's resources.
  • Determining the size of the invested capital and the financing structure, either by relying on property rights or with loans and various sources of financing that are relied upon.
  • How to calculate the elements of cash flow in and out and access to the cash surplus or deficit.

Fifth day: - Methods of evaluating investment opportunities

  • Payback period method.
  • The net present value method.
  • Accounting rate of return method.
  • The method of rate of return on investment.
  • Equivalent annual cost method.
  • Profitability index.
  • Reverse recovery rate.