Most MBA programs do not provide extensive financial modeling training and, if your firm is not providing you with complete education, you are likely missing out on career advancement opportunities.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 31, 2011
The newly redesigned website at InvestmentBankingCourse.com simplifies the task of selecting a financial modeling course.
Choosing an investment banking course or financial modeling training can be a difficult task with so many options available both online and offline.
“Most MBA programs do not provide extensive financial modeling training and, if your firm is not providing you with complete education, you are likely missing out on career advancement opportunities,” says Michael McKesson, the site’s publisher. “Our guide to choosing an investment banking course will help you set your objective and ensure you make an informed decision.”
This knowledge base becomes even more important in the job interview process, where you are expected to not only know about financial modeling but also be able to build a model from scratch. This is where a quality financial modeling course can really make the difference in your career.
The site provides guidance on all aspects of finding an investment banking course, including selecting a course, knowing what to expect from your training, identifying the costs involved in training, and how to set your own learning objectives.
“Many investment professionals find the self-study approach to investment banking training offers several advantages,” says McKesson. “Unlike other types of training which may be more structured, such as traditional classroom-based courses, self-study courses allow the student complete control over the scheduling of the training and the pacing of the course.”
InvestmentBankingCourse.com is a site dedicated to financial training and education. The site shows professionals what to expect when evaluating financial modeling options, provides an evaluation of course options, explores costs and delivery methods, and delivers a guide for selecting an investment banking course.