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CAPEX Training

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CAPEX Training

CAPEX – A capital expenditure (“CAPEX” for short) is the payment with either cash or credit to purchase goods or services that capitalized on the balance sheet.

CapEx is often used to undertake new projects or investments by the firm. This type of financial outlay is also made by companies to maintain or increase the scope of their operations.

Capital expenditures can include everything from repairing a roof to building, to purchasing a piece of equipment or building a brand new factory.

CAPEX is essential for companies to grow and maintain their business by investing in new property, plant, equipment (PP&E), products, and technology.

Financial analysts and investors pay close attention to a company’s capital expenditures, as they do not initially appear on the income statement but can have a significant impact on cash flow.

Capital expenditure can be found on a company’s cash flow statement, under “investing activities.”

The Capex Expenditure Forecasting Model (the Capex model) is used to establish a profile of the forecast capital expenditures and capitalizations for network load and non-load driven projects and non-network projects in a nominated regulatory period.

The Capex model is a Microsoft Excel-based application that calculates the project capital expenditures and capitalizations for a set of estimated project costs and anticipated project completion dates.

The course considers the critical distinction between revenue and capital expenditure and reviews some practical issues relating to areas of difficulty such as repairs and improvements.

This course will ensure that delegates understand the implications of changes and are aware of the interaction between capital expenditure on plant and buildings under the new regime, and the impact of the new rules on the purchase of business cars and commercial vehicles.

The course also considers the tax implications of financing the acquisition of plant and machinery through leasing and hire purchase.

You might be in other Asset Management programs as a next step.

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  • DURATION 2 days
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The Capex Expenditure Forecasting Model (the Capex model) is used to establish a profile of the forecast capital expenditures and capitalizations for network load and non-load driven projects and non-network projects in a nominated regulatory period.

The Capex model is a Microsoft Excel-based application that calculates the project capital expenditures and capitalizations for a set of estimated project costs and anticipated project completion dates.

The course considers the critical distinction between revenue and capital expenditure and reviews some practical issues relating to areas of difficulty such as repairs and improvements.

IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION

Certificate

Students will receive Strategic Axis professional certificate accredited by UAE Government.

COURSE OUTLINE

Modules:

Module 1: Introduction to CapEx

What is CapEx?

Difference between CapEx and OPEX

Accounting for Capex

How to Calculate CapEx – Formulas, Examples

Load Driven Project Costs

Non-Load Driven Network Projects

Non-Network Projects

Work In Progress Model

Module 2: Input Parameters and Escalators

Scenario Modelling

Labour Escalation

Materials Escalation

Land Escalation

Curves

Portfolio Risk Allowance

Module 3: Outputs

Forecast Capex by Project Category (as incurred)

Forecast Capex by Project Category (as commissioned)

Forecast Capex by Asset Class as incurred

Forecast Capex by Asset Class as commissioned

Project Lists

OPEX Growth Factor

Module 4: CAPEX Reports and Analysis

The authorized amount

The actual costs

The committed funds

The unencumbered balance

The estimated cost to complete

The cost overrun (underrun)

Critical Steps & Analysis of a Capital Expenditure

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