Excel financial modelling course training
Our 3 day financial modelling course is designed as a first program for people who would like an opportunity to improve their ability to model cash flows in Excel.
This is our most popular course.
The course is conducted in a work shop format, with the emphasis on “learning by doing”.
During the course delegates work in teams to conduct financial modelling work from scratch.
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