Feasibility Studies
Session duration Number of hours
3 Hours 30 Training Hour

The program is addressed to

this program is dedicated to to rehabilitate staff in the financial and engineering departments and the employees in the investment and financial domain, aiming to refine their practical experienceIn the field of preparing economic feasibility studies.This training programme is also intended for individuals who are candidates for these posts.

the aim of the program

This training program qualifies participants to develop economic feasibility studies to optimize investment towards the success of companies and enterprises.

training content

  •  Basic concepts of economic feasibility study

Basic components to study the economic projects:

  • The legal study of the project and the selection of the legal form of the projects.

  • The marketing study of the project and estimation of expected demand for goods and services provided by the project.

  • Technical and engineering study besides quantification of the resources and capacities required to meet the project's obligations to prospective clients.

  • The financial study of the project besides the estimation of the costs required for the its implementation , the structure and sources of these costs in addition to the estimated financial statements of the project too.

  • Project economic feasibility study and comparison of expected revenues and the expances on the project.

  • Study the environmental feasibility of the project and the impact of the project's implementation on the surrounding environment.

Marketing study and the methods of estimating  the demand volume and marketing gap. This phase includes examining the following points:

  • The concept of the target market of the project.

  • Study customers to determine their behaviour and wishes.

  • Study similar products available in markets.

  • Current market demand forecasting methods.

  • Current marketing gap measurement methods.

Financial and economic study and assessment of investment alternatives:

  • Determine the total investment costs to be provided for the project.

  • Quantifying the annual operating expenses required to meet specific production plans.

  • Determining the size of the working capital required for the economic exploitation of the project's resources.

  • Determining the size of the capital invested and the structure of the financing, depending on the equity, loans and various sources of financing that are relied upon.

  • How to calculate cash flow elements inside and outside and reach surplus or cash deficits.

Applied study of a model of feasibility study numbers in its different sections with explanation of the bases and alternatives used in the evaluation and preparation of the study:

  • Recovery period method.

  • The method of net present value.

  • Method of accounting rate of return.

  • Method of rate of return on investment.

  • Return annual cost method.

  • Profitability index.


what we offer

  • Scientific Material

  • A certificate issued by the Global Management Group

  • An international Certificate issued by the TUV Austria -optional-

The name of the program as it will appear on the certificate

Feasibility Study Course