Course Catalogue

Course Catalog

Understanding Financial Statements and Project Finance Models
F-14 – Understanding Financial Statements and Project Finance Models

CEUs: 1.0

Participants will examine financial statements and their critical inputs. They will also become familiar with the standards for PPP financial modeling used by consultants and advisors to ensure that models are clearly presented, easy to understand, and robust. This practice will enable practical decision-making in PPPs to ensure project financial structures are bankable, affordable, and sustainable.

Designing a Project Finance Model
F-15 – Designing a Project Finance Model

CEUs: 1.0

As the capstone course for the online Financial Analysis Techniques for Infrastructure Projects program, this course aims to combine their new PPP financial analysis skills and learning outcomes to design their own basic PPP financial model.

Financial Analysis Techniques for Infrastructure Projects
F-200 – Financial Analysis Techniques for Infrastructure Projects

CEUs: 6.0

Financial Analysis Techniques for Infrastructure Projects is designed for investment professionals and financial analysts. The course focuses on understanding the practical techniques, skills, and spreadsheet models needed to analyze, structure, and negotiate successful project-backed financings.

Building and Analyzing Financial Models I
F-201 – Building and Analyzing Financial Models I

CEUs: 6.0

The daily focus of this course is on learning specific financing and accounting techniques and practicing those techniques in an on-going project case study. Each day, the IP3 financial modeling facilitator will build additional elements into the financial model. By the end of the course, participants will not only understand all essential accounting and financial terms and how to use them, but will have applied them to a simulated PPP project model.

Building and Analyzing Financial Models II
F-202 – Building and Analyzing Financial Models II

CEUs: 6.0

This course focuses on two key objectives. The first is to provide the participant with the tools to build a financial model and effectively manage third-party financial advisors. The second is to provide a knowledge base for the level III financial modeling course, which is geared toward officials responsible for developing financial models for project financing. In this course, we focus exclusively on the basic techniques of building, interpreting, and analyzing a financial model using Microsoft Excel®.