An Earned Value Management Approach to Project Cost Estimating and Control

The purpose of this course is to present essential practices of project estimating and control, applying proven cost estimation techniques.

23-24 Oct 2014 at Best Western Village Park Inn, Calgary, Canada

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An Earned Value Management Approach to Project Cost Estimating and Control 23-24 Oct 2014 Best Western Village Park Inn, Calgary, Canada
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Offered Live In-Class and via Webinar.

The course is taught on the basis of "case method" comprised of lectures and group question and answer periods.

To familiarize participants with the various aspects of estimating, budgeting and project cost control techniques - from the initial feasibility to projects completion stages - that will ensure projects success.

Target Audience:
This seminar is relevant to all personnel of organizations active in procuring or delivering construction services, including private and public owners, consultants and contractors, financial institutions, bonding and insurance companies. It will be of particular benefit to all engineers, architects, construction managers, project managers, and other professionals who want to have a better understanding of the various aspects of cost estimating to provide knowledgeable advice to decision makers and better manage projects budget.

Recommended Textbooks:
Construction Estimating - Professional Reference by DEWALT.
Construction Budgeting by Frank W Helyar.
Please bring a lap top with you as it will help with some of the examples on Excel.

Category: Classes / Courses - Professional Training.

Artist / Speaker: Dr Mohamed Elbarkouky, PMP, P.Eng.




In-Class: CAD 1345,
Webinar: CAD 995.

From: October 23, 2014 08:00
To: October 24, 2014 17:00

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


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