I have listed my course schedule below. I have tried to show you the courses over an extended period so you can work with your company and request approval for the courses. As long as I receive a couple of registrations I will run the class.  If you would like different times, I may be able to manage this. You can click on the adjacent button to see how I have tried to run the courses.

While I teach a variety of subjects, there is a common theme to all of them and I use a similar teaching approach. I hope all the classes are very practical and they encourage you to be creative rather than to apply magic potion formulas from business school or using bureaucratic Blah Blah Blah from companies that teach you their so called “best practices.”  So that you get some hands on experience, you the participants share the screen and work through the technical exercises.

If you need any help with approval from your company or if you have any questions or suggestions about the courses please send an email to me at edwardbodmer@gmail.com.

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Course/WebinarSessionsTime per Session (Hours)Start_Date for the CourseDays per Week From First DayCourse Time LondonCourse Time ParisCourse Time ShanghiCourse Time in New YorkMax PartipPrice (USD)Book a PlaceOutline
Project Finance A-Z Modelling and ConsolidationSat, Sun, Sat3 Hours7-8 and 14 MaySat and Sun1:00 PM2:00 PM8:00 PM8:00 AM15$250.00Book a Place View Outline
Hydrogen AnalyisThree Sessions3 Hours3, 6, 10 JuneF,M,F13:0015:009:00 PM9:00 AM20$300.00Book a PlaceView Outline
Financial Modelling of Tax EquityThree Sessions3 HoursJuly 2022Book a Place View Outline
M&A Valuation and Modelling53.5 HoursM,T, W, Th, F13:0015:009:00 PM9:00 AM15$300.00Book a Place View Outline
Project Finance Analysis and Case Studies54 HoursLater in 2022M,T, W, Th, F13:0015:009:00 PM9:00 AM20$300.00Book a PlaceView Outline
Risk Analysis with Models52 HoursLater in 2022M,T, W, Th, F13:0015:009:00 PM9:00 AM20$300.00Book a PlaceView Outline
Merchant Prices and Electricity Economics42 HoursM,T, W, Th13:0015:009:00 PM9:00 AM10$300.00Book a PlaceView Outline
Hydrogen Economic Analysis22 HoursLater in 202213:0015:009:00 PM9:00 AM
Reserve Based Loans and Monte Carlo44 HoursTBDM,Tu,W,Th
PF Pain Ponts Webinar and Parallel Model13:0015:009:00 PM9:00 AM6Book a PlaceView Outline

Renewable Energy and Storage Course

The outline is kind of dry and follows some of the standard kind of stuff you may get with a course.  Some of the real highlights of the course include:

  1. Seeing how to measure the cost of storage combined with solar and wind the see what kind of parameters can make storage economic.
  2. Understanding levelised cost calculations and assuring that you focus on the real drivers of value and that you are never intimidated to make your own calculations.
  3. Becoming comfortable with debt terms and financial models without working through every little detail.
  4. Being able to read and interpret a resource study and understand the uncertainties that are driven by things that mean revert and things that do not mean revert.
  5. Evaluating hydrogen and biomass projects with more components than other renewable energy courses.

Project Finance Modelling Course

The outline has a different title than project finance modelling, but this is the subject.  Some of the key things that I really hope you get out of the course include:

  1. Seeing that modelling is a creative process and that applying some sort to bureaucratic rules is not the way to go.
  2. Understanding how to apply a modelling philosophy where you will make your models completely transparent and easy for users to understand, trace and revise.
  3. Becoming comfortable with some of the more complex issues in project modelling related to debt structuring and taxes.
  4. Being able to understand the financial concepts that are the foundation for financial model including changing risk over time, the real meaning of IRR, how banker think about debt capacity and so forth.
  5. Using tools that can make your work much more efficient.