Feasibility Studies and Project Valuation

Feasibility Studies and Project Valuation


Introduce the participants to the nature of feasibility studies for projects, their significance, methods used therein, and train in the interpretation and analysis of their results 


• Introduction
• Definition of investment projects
• Capital expenditure and revenue expenditure
• Emergence of the project idea
• Steps of feasibility study
        - Technical feasibility 
        - Financial feasibility 
        - Marketing feasibility
                 o Local markets study 
                 o Foreign markets study 
• Open discussion and examples
• Investment projects and their classifications
• How to calculate a project cash flows
        - External cash flows
        - Internal cash flows
• Cash flows excluded from feasibility study
• Concept of present value
• Characteristics of used discount rate
• Examples and practical cases
• Standards of new projects evaluation
• Traditional methods in projects evaluation
        - Accounting rate of return
        - Payback period
• Methods based on flows discount
• Examples and practical cases
• Methods of net present value
• Internal rate of return
• Problems related to internal rate of return
• Capital rationalization
• Impact of inflation on investment decisions
• Examples and practical cases
• Risk and uncertainty management and feasibility study decisions
• Sensitivity analysis
• Scenario analysis
• Simulation
• Economic and social analysis of projects
• Examples and practical cases
• Conclusion

Course Duration:
15 training hours  /  3 days 

For more details don’t hesitate to contact the training officer:

on telephone number 17383001
or e-mail at: gizrmrmt.yzsizrm@gztrgizrmrmt.xln


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