This program is designed for:
Anyone involved in preparing, writing and analyzing feasibility studies.
- Prepare and analyze feasibility studies.
- Identify crucial arguments and effectively explore the various assumptions.
- Present ideas in a simple, effective, convincing and objective manner.
- Build the feasibility study financial model using Microsoft Excel.
- Perform scenario and sensitivity analysis to improve plans and projections.
- Analyze someone else’s feasibility study and find its merits and shortcomings.
Introduction and Definitions
- Feasibility Study Definitions
- Feasibility Study Objectives
- Feasibility Study versus Business Plan
- Feasibility Study Cycle
- Feasibility Study Preparation Steps
Feasibility Study Elements
- Feasibility Study Report Elements
- Executive Summary
- Feasibility Study Outline
- Market Feasibility
- Market Research and Analysis
- Market Research Data Types
- Sales Projections Analysis
- Technical Feasibility
- Critical Technical Questions
- Supply Feasibility
- Operational Feasibility
- Financial Feasibility
- Project Costs
- Indirect Costs
- Ongoing Costs
Feasibility Study Financial Model Using Microsoft Excel
- Building the Feasibility Study Financial Model
- Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)
- Cost of Equity Using the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
- Unlevered Free Cash Flow (UFCF)
- Terminal Value of the Project
- Preparing Sensitivity Tables
- Creating Different Scenario Analysis
Feasibility Study Appraisal and Analysis
- Financial Analysis Parameters
- Liquidity Ratios
- Operating Ratios
- Financial Leverage Ratios
- Security Ratios
- Profitability Ratios
- Investment Appraisal Analysis
- Quantity and Sales Breakeven Points
- Payback Period
- Net Present Value (NPV)
- Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
- Profitability Index
Feasibility Study Evaluation and Implementation
- Internal Recommendations and Conclusions
- Evaluating Feasibility Studies
- Common Mistakes in Using the Feasibility Study Results
- Implementing the Proposals