Course Catalogue

Course Catalog

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®.

Building and Analyzing Financial Models III
F-203 – Building and Analyzing Financial Models III

CEUs: 6.0

This familiarizes participants with financial modeling and the relationship between the financial model and the underlying contracts in a limited recourse project finance transaction. The program is structured around a series of lectures and classroom simulations that will familiarize participants with the essential structure of power purchase agreements (PPA) and interrelated contracts, such as engineering, procurement and construction (EPC); fuel supply and operating agreements; and financing agreements.

Climate Finance, Climate Change Resilience, and Application to PPP Projects
F-204 – Climate Finance, Climate Change Resilience, and Application to PPP Projects

CEUs: 6.0

The goal of the course is threefold. The first goal is to provide the participant with an understanding of the impacts of climate change, primarily those related to public infrastructure and services in general, and PPPs in particular. The second goal is to provide a knowledge basis for the formulation and implementation of climate finance solutions that can be used to finance public infrastructure projects implemented by means of a PPP. The third goal is to provide to the participant with knowledge about the key tools that can be embedded in PPP projects to ascertain either their resilience to risks posed by climate change, or actually to ameliorate climate change impacts.

Monte Carlo Simulation for Risk Analysis and Project Finance
F-205 – Monte Carlo Simulation for Risk Analysis and Project Finance

CEUs: 6.0

The objective of this course is to provide participants with a knowledge of critical issues involved in the Monte Carlo (MC) simulation for risk analysis and project finance. Participants will learn to carry-out multiple tests and define potential investment results, calculate risk in the varying stages of infrastructure projects, and quantify the value for money.