Cost-benefit analysis is a vital part of any large-scale project, allowing an assessment of the financial, social and economic impact caused. Most organisations commonly go through some sort of CBA through applications for regulatory approval or funding, but these processes often neglect more precise and realistic modelling techniques.
This training course provides the opportunity to learn everything you will need to carry out effective cost-benefit analyses, the risk and uncertainty involved, and how to handle the various different types of information available. The skills you will gain will allow the administration of more accurate and reflective cost-benefit analyses through improved methods and processes.
Key Benefits of Attending
This one-day course INCLUDES
A formal understating of the key principles of cost-benefit analysis
Methods for quantifying costs and benefits
Expertise in dealing with risk and uncertainty
A practical example of building a simple cost benefit model
Exploration of the value of non-market impacts
Member, Competition Appeal Tribunal
Chairman, Europe Economics
Dermot Glynn is a member of the Competition Appeal Tribunal and a Senior Adviser at Europe Economics. He has overseen the successful execution of a wide range of projects for a variety of public and private sector clients. Earlier in his career, Dermot spent time as Managing Director of another economics consultancy, Chief Economist at the accountancy firm KPMG, and Economic Director at the Confederation of British Industry.
Managing Consultant, Europe Economics
Stephen Topping is a Managing Consultant at Europe Economics who has over 18 years’ experience advising public and private sector clients across different sectors. He has extensive experience in the field of cost-benefit analysis and impact assessment. He has worked on secondment within Ofwat, Ofgem, Ofcom and the (then) OFT.
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