Advanced Project Planning, Scheduling, Tracking

The goals of our three-day seminar are to provide the participants with the essential knowledge, skills.

8-10 Dec 2014 at Best Western Village Park Inn, Calgary, Canada

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Advanced Project Planning, Scheduling, Tracking 8-10 Dec 2014 Best Western Village Park Inn, Calgary, Canada
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Basic scheduling tools and techniques are presented; logic diagrams, precedence networks (PDM), and bar chart tools are outlined; various duration estimation methods are introduced; the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) approach is adopted as the basis for scheduling, the Critical Path Method (CPM) and float calculations are demonstrated; resource estimation, allocation, and leveling methods are presented; schedule updating techniques, schedule compression methods, and the best-in practice project scheduling techniques to avoid and prepare delay claims are introduced; project control using the concept of earned value analysis (EVA) is explained; and various scheduling capabilities of MS Project and/or SureTrak 3.0 scheduling software applications are demonstrated to build an integrated realistic schedule using a case study approach. Lots of questions and training exercises are included. The basic objective of the seminar is to combine scheduling fundamentals with software application to enable the participants to plan and control their projects effectively.

Enabling Objectives:

Understanding the differences between planning and scheduling.
Developing realistic schedules using both manual and automated tools.
Using the baseline and additional tools and techniques to effectively control project performance
Learning objectives

Creating the work breakdown structure (WBS) and use it as the basis for effective estimation and scheduling of project activities through simplified examples.
Creating and reading bar (Gantt) charts and node networks.
Estimating durations using a variety of techniques through simplified examples.
Understanding the Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM).

Artists / Speakers: Dr Mohamed Elbarkouky, PMP, P.Eng.

URLs:
Inquiries: http://atnd.it/15065-1

Prices:
In-Class: C$1,895,
Webinar: C$1,395.

When
From: December 08, 2014 08:00
To: December 10, 2014 17:00
Where

Best Western Village Park Inn, T2M 3Y7, Calgary, Canada

Category

Education & Learning

Contact email
tbenner@gic-edu.com

Contact phone
+1 (888) 384 4863

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