MEASUREMENT, ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION©.

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MEASUREMENT, ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION©.

July 29 - August 2

| €3450

Objectives 

Module 1 – Project Scheduling & Cost Planning Skills

 Project Estimating Basics

  • Basic Project Management definitions
  • Triple Constraints – Time, Cost, Scope
  • Project Selection Methods
  • Defining the Project Scope
  • Cost & Schedule Estimation, cost Budgeting & Control
  • Project Schedule Planning and Critical Path Method

   Developing Project Budget & Schedule Control

  • Project management inputs to cost budgeting
  • Resource Requirements
  • Direct & Indirect Project Costs
  • Planning and Scheduling Limited Resources
  • Options for Accelerating the Schedule
  • Crashing the Schedule – How?

   Managing the Risk

  • Risk Identification, Analysis & Management
  • Contingency Reserve
  • PERT, Probability and Standard Deviation Formulae
  • Network Activity Risk Profiles
  • Application: Estimating Project Duration
  • Project Risk Strategies

   Measuring Project Performance

  • Balanced Project Schedule without Buffers (Finish-Start) and Inserting Buffers
  • Comparison of Unbalanced with Balanced Schedules
  • Measuring Planned Progress on Schedule
  • Risk distribution in contracting
  • Actual Progress and Work Conditions
  • Managing Variable Conditions

   Managing and Recovering Project Estimates

  • Schedule Variances & Cost Variances
  • Progress Control Charts – Trend Analysis
  • Schedule and Cost Variance Forecasting
  • Schedule and Cost Recovery Analysis
  • Schedule and Cost Recovery Plan
  • Project Recovery Baselines and Controls

 Module 2 – Value Engineering Skills: Improving Performance & Profitability

  Framework for Applying Value Engineering in Projects

  • Defining Value and Value Engineering concepts and principles
  • How and when is Value Engineering applied?
  • Project definition through stakeholder analysis and management
  • Team player styles
  • Identifying relationships between Value, Cost and Worth
  • Overview of Different Value Engineering Phases

   The Function Analysis Phase – Expressing Project Functional Needs and Constraints

  • The Information Phase – steps and procedures
  • Developing Value Engineering Job Plan
  • Defining project constraints
  • What is function analysis and Function-Cost-Worth Analysis
  • Developing FAST Diagrams to identify critical project components
  • Cross-Functional Project Team Approach

 

  The Creative Phase – Inspiring Creativity in Your Project Team

  • Creativity and Creative thinking within the project environment
  • Creative thinking techniques
  • Reaching consensus and leveraging the power of project team collaboration
  • Project risk perception and identification
  • Identifying priorities through paired comparison
  • Output of the Creative Phase

   The Evaluation Phase -Making Informed Project Decisions

  • Project evaluation methods
  • Performing project risk and scenario analyses
  • Life-cycle costing techniques
  • Incremental benefit-cost analysis for project evaluation
  • Effective Decision-making in project environment
  • Output of the Evaluation Phase

 The Planning and Reporting Phases -Getting Results through Effective Communication

  • Develop and assess VE proposals to optimize project value
  • Action planning roles and responsibilities
  • Reporting VE findings to Senior Management and project stakeholders
  • Incorporating VE into the early project phases
  • Integrating VE with Continuous Improvement Techniques

 

For more information send us at: info@cinpaa.org

or whats-app or viber: +34-63-586-76-86

 



 

For more information send us at:

info@cinpaa.org
or whatsapp or viber:

+34-63-586-76-86