Project Financial Evaluation for Engineers Tuesday, 27 October, 2009 Project Financial Evaluation for Engineers. Enhancing your performance and career prospects throught a better understanding of corporate finance and the economic viability of engineer proposals.
This course is designed to teach participants how a business enterprise works, with an emphasis on how to control costs, manage assets and evaluate the feasibility of capital project proposals in order to enhance project proposals in order to enhance profitabilty and productivity. Participants will also learn to identify ways to improve return on investment by improving quality and reducing waste.
Cutting Edge Highlights:
About The Trainer:
- Comprehend importance of profitand its measurement and distribution
Understand meaning of assets and their role in generating costs and profits
- Identify with meaning of productivity and “return on investment”, how these are measured and calculated, and to understand their significance to all organizations
- Measure effects of productivity and costs in monetary terms; and to trace such effects to the profitability of the organization, as shown in the Profit and Loss Account
- Appreciate basics of how a business enterprise works, and how the control of costs and the management of assets affect profitability and productivity
- Identify ways to improve return on investment by improving quality and reducing waste
John Blacklaws is an accredited international business consultant. John gained his experience in senior Operations and HR management roles in the multinational corporations such as:
- Liberty Life
- British Petroleum
- Anglo American Corporation
- BHP Billiton
John consults widely on business optimization and talent management matters. His clients are based in the Middle East, Southern Africa, the United Kingdom, Korea and the West Indies. John lectures to MBA level, and frequently speaks at international conferences. In addition to managing his own business consultancy, John is an Associate of several foremost international business consultancies. John has over 15,000 hours of project management experience, and has served on various project management education committees. He is a certified PMP® Project Management Professional, accredited by the international Project Management Institute®.
I hope to see you in February 2010 and look forward to your participation! Please feel free to email me if you have any further questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call at +65 6305 1387.
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