ACS held its second intermediary level course on Financial Modelling in Dubai from 3rd to 5th May, 2016. As usual the course was delivered very great feedback. The feedback of participants was excellent. They liked the agenda of the course, quality of the trainer, team work, training environment and the way it was organized. Trainer's extensive knowledge on the subject and his efforts were recognized and appreciated. The average grading of the course remained 9.1 out of 10, so better than what it was in the last course on the same topic. The delegates wanted us to conduct more such trainings on related topics. Herein is the glimpse of the feedback received from attendees after the training:
“First of all I would like to thank ACS people to all effort they did and support they give to me. The course is very focus and I gained a lot of knowledge”, “Good training I like the exercises”, “The training was very helpful in understanding the possibilities within Excel to improve financial models”
We thank participants for their trust in ACS and we are encouraged to come up with more such courses in future to meet the growing demand of the region.
This training will give participants a firm grip on the financial information that underpins their business and will teach them how to effectively use different tools to manipulate, interpret and disseminate that information while using advance computing efficiency and ability with MS Excel®.In nutshell, the participants will:
This hands-on course is designed for middle and senior business and finance professionals as well as general managers who need to use financial models to measure financial performance, including:
"First of all I would like to thank ACS people to all effort they did and support they give to me. The course is very focus and I gained a lot of knowledge."
"It was very useful training course where I gain knowledge about topics."
"The training was very helpful in understanding the possibilities within Excel to improve financial models."
"Good training I like the exercises."
"I like all in general."