Start date:
01 Jul 2020, 9.00AM
duration:
27 hrs 30 mins
Venue:
Online
Address:
Online
Cost:
  • $879.75 incl. GST
Register Add to Calendar 2020-07-1 09:00:00 2020-07-2 12:30:00 Pacific/Auckland [BUSI9-001] CEP Member $879.75 Non Members $931.50. The workshop now be online due to COVID-19 and will be 3.5hours per day Online Engineering New Zealand hello@engineeringnz.org

CEP Member $879.75 Non Members $931.50. The workshop now be online due to COVID-19 and will be 3.5hours per day

The Business Case Workshop is designed to help you get projects “over the line”. Equally applicable to consultants and in-house energy managers, it covers the basics of putting together a compelling case to secure finance for projects and achieving that all too elusive green light for your proposal.

 This workshop focuses on understanding how to present the financial benefits of a project. The workshop covers the drivers of financial decision making, different investment assessment tools – and how to use them properly, prioritising projects, adjusting for risk, dealing with the unquantifiables and presenting the business case.

 What will you gain most from this training?

This workshop will help you prepare better project propositions.

 It will grow your understanding of how your projects will be assessed, help you identify potential hurdles to your project receiving the green light and help you overcome them.

 The workshop is an excellent personal development opportunity for consultants and in-house managers who need to put forward business cases to secure funding.

 Course Sessions and Content

  • What drives Financial Decision Making (Cashflow vs Profit, Cost of Capital, How decision makers think)
  • Investment Assessment Tools (Payback, NPV, IRR)
  • Understanding Capital Constraints (Ranking and Prioritisation)
  • Adjusting for Risk (Sensitivity and Scenario Analysis)
  • Dealing with Unquantifiables (How to deal with Intangible Benefits)
  • Presenting the Business Case (What to include and what to leave out)

Trainer: Dr Mike Hopkins (CEO Carbon and Energy Professionals New Zealand)