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Basic Finance Projects Evaluation and Application

Basic financial management concepts and techniques for non-finance people to apply in real-life situations.

Minutes: 285
Sessions: 11

Course objective:
To provide non-finance people with concepts and techniques of basic financial management, so they could communicate with the finance department in their daily work, and help enterprises capitalize on limited resources to make maximum benefits. This course focuses mainly on how to assess projects and apply it to real-life situations, thereby increasing the enterprise’s financial decision-making ability.

Expected learning outcome:

  • Non-finance people are expected to achieve the following results upon completing this course:
  • Understand the concept and techniques of basic finance
  • Understand the nature of capital budget, and the meaning and kinds of decision-making
  • Making project decision and planning with capital budget
  • Methods of estimating common investment decisions

Actions: 61

  • Introduction to capital budget (5 actions)
  • Time value of money (6 actions)
  • Present value and future value (6 actions)
  • Profit and free cash flow (6 actions)
  • Net present value (NPV) (5 actions)
  • Payback period (6 actions)
  • Return on investment (ROI) (6 actions)
  • Internal rate of return (IRR) (6 actions)
    Project assessment using spreadsheet (6 actions)
    Sensitivity analysis (6 actions)
    Course summary and evaluation (4 actions)


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