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Excel Financial Modelling Training Course
Excel 2007, 2010, 2013
Further to this syllabus, many delegates went on to take the Effective Budgeting and Beyond course.
Who is this course for?
Anyone looking to learn or extend their knowledge of using Excel to assist with financial decision making in a business context.
Attendance or equivalent knowledge of Excel Advanced Part 1 and Introduction to Finance for Non-financial managers.
BenefitsThis course will show you why Excel is an essential tool for financial modelling, guide you through some key models and also introduce the practice of rolling forecasting. There will also be the opportunity to explore tying up actual models with reporting.
You may also be interested in our finance for non financial manager or VBA courses.
Excel modelling fundamentals
Best practice tips
Common mistakes to avoid
Making the most of Excel functionality
Analysing data for financial models
Using Pivot Tables to analyse and prepare raw data
Analysing sales and cost data
Identifying fixed and variable costs using linear regression functions
Testing cause and effect using correlation functions
Using moving averages to model seasonality
Sales and cost budget models
Interpolation and extrapolation methods
Using Excel for 'what if' analysis on sales and costs
Capital investment models
Understanding discounted cashflow and net present value (NPV)
identifying relevant incremental cashflows
Using Excel functions to calculate NPV
Understanding internal rate of return (IRR)
Using Excel to calculate IRR
Business valuation models
Understanding and using different business valuation methods
Using cashflow projections for business valuations
Building a business valuation model using Excel
Budgets versus rolling forecasts
Identifying key business drivers
How American Express use rolling forecasts
'What if' analysis with rolling forecasts
Using Excel for rolling forecasts
Dynamic reporting models
Building simple reporting models for divisional reporting
Best practice in designing user-friendly workbooks
Using VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP as dynamic functions
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What you get
Training is held in our modern, comfortable, air-conditioned suites
"What do I get on the day?"
Lunch is provided at a local restaurant or pub. Browse the sample menus:
Breaks and timing
Courses start at 9:30am.
Please aim to be with us for 9:15am.
Joining information (how to get to our venues)
Available throughout the day:
- Hot beverages
- Clean, filtered water
Training formats & Services
Paul has been great, we have different skill levels and use excel in different ways but he has been able to account for these variations in his pack and stimulating presentation.
Excel Financial Modelling
Senior Finance Officer
A lot was covered in the two days and at times it was a bit stressful trying to keep up with topics that I had never covered before. I enjoyed the course and Paul's delivery and knowledge. Hopefully I will be able to use the course to improve consistency and efficiency within my work role.
Excel Financial Modelling