Financial Modelling in Excel Module 1
2018 Course dates: 22 – 25 January 2018 | 12 – 15 February 2018 | 26 – 29 March 2018 | 14 – 17 May 2018 | 20 – 23 August 2018 | 17 – 20 September 2018 | 15 – 18 October 2018
2019 Course dates: 21 – 24 January 2019 | 11 – 14 February 2019 | 11 – 14 March 2019 | 13 – 16 May 2019 | 19 – 22 August 2019 | 16 – 19 September 2019 | 14 – 17 October 2019 |
Course Venue: Quickbooks, Zulberg Close, Bruma, Johannesburg
Course Fees: R15 400 plus VAT (R17 710) per delegate. Fees include material, lunches, teas and secure parking. (NB: This course can also be run on an in-house basis, in which case the fees and dates are negotiable).
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This four-day stand-alone course assumes a very basic familiarity with Excel, and provides the knowledge and confidence to start using Excel effectively to produce results for you. It shows you what results you can expect, how to save time by using the most suitable techniques and by planning your spreadsheet.
The course emphasizes the thinking and design process as much as the learning of techniques so that your spreadsheets will take less time to develop and be more reliable and produce more useful information.
This course is also about answering the questions you did not know to ask, teaching you how to think in the way Excel thinks and establishing good disciplines for working in Excel.
Successful candidates will receive a certificate from Johannesburg School of Finance which will also confirm the completion of one module of the School’s Certificate Programme in Practical Finance (CPPF). The CPPF is a unique qualification comprising a series of four-day modules in practical financial management designed to develop excellent skills for effective business decisions.
The Course Presenter:
John Mitchell worked for Gold Fields Mining and Development for 12 years. During this period he designed and instituted a job evaluation system, personally presenting skills training courses to the management and staff of the mines. As Group Personnel Officer, he developed his natural rapport with people as well as his presentation skills.