Financial Project Management

Course Code: FS.2
Dates for this course:

8 – 9 March 2017
8 – 9 June 2017
18 – 19 September 2017
1 – 2 November 2017

Subject: Financial Project Management
Course Fee: MYR 2,500


This two-day training program will provide a broad theoretical and practical insight into the dynamics and economics of Project Planning & Financial Management within the context of Construction and Property Development. Course participants will receive an overview of the most significant issues linked to the project and financial management of construction projects such as Project Life Cycle, Total/Inclusive Project Management, The Key Players and more detailed analysis of how the various components are inter-related.

Who Should Attend?

  • Finance Managers
  • Investment Analysts
  • CFO's
  • Business Development Analysts
  • Corporate Finance Managers
  • Finance Professionals
  • Accountants

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:
  • Understand the drivers for projects
  • Understand the key players and the roles and responsibilities
  • Understand the principles of total and inclusive Project Management
  • Recognize, understand & evaluate revenue and cost structures
  • Examine and analyze construction related issues in context of the overall financial management of individual projects
  • Sharpen skills in comprehending project inception to completion issues

Course Content

Lectures & Tutorials
  • Introduction
  • Project Life Cycle
  • Role of Project Management
  • Principles of Project Management
    • Time
    • Resources
    • Cash Flow
  • The Players – Roles and Responsibilities
  • Revenues and Costs
  • Work Program
Workshops and Case Studies
  • Workshops
    • Initiating a Project with Identifying Stakeholders and Responsibilities
    • Revenue Projection & Estimating Costs
    • Building a Plan with Target Baselines
    • Building and Cash Flow Plan
  • Case Studies

Lectures & Tutorials
  • Inter-relationship of project management components and developing a basic Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), Scheduling and Sequence of Works
  • Inter-relationship to Cost Budget and Cash Flow Plan
  • Inter-relationship to Revenue Budget and Cash Flow Plan
  • Tracking Accumulated Cost to Progress/Stage Billings and Total Cash Flow
  • Reporting – CPM, Cost Tracking, Progress Billings, Collections and Financing
  • Risk Management and Risk Mitigation e.g. Project Delays and Payment Disputes
Workshops and Case Studies
  • Workshops
    • Tracking Deliverables for billing using a WBS
    • Matching Revenue and Costs for Billing & Collections
    • Project Risk Management
  • Case Studies

Contact Form


+60 3 7931 6143