How do you control a project? You must define the scope; budget and plan the execution; execute per the plan; control the scope; and manage the budget variance. It looks simple, doesn’t it? Well, if it were that simple, then why do we always have trouble controlling our projects?
Scope is the single most important variable in defining and controlling the cost of a project. This one-day seminar will teach the fundamental techniques for defining the scope, developing project schedules and budgets, tracking and controlling execution, and managing any budget variances. Using exercises and discussion, the workshop will address:
Participants will gain practical skills to:
This course is designed for those involved in managing the design and/or construction of projects such as engineers, technologists and technicians, tradesmen, maintenance personnel, and other personnel from industrial users, utilities, municipalities, educational institutions, commercial facilities, consulting engineering firms and manufacturers. Topics covered in this course are also of great value to managers and other non-technical project personnel.
There is no enforced prerequisite for this course; however, it is recommended that participants complete Fundamentals of Industrial Project Management first or have several years of hands-on industrial project management experience before taking this course.
You will receive a course binder containing copies of presentation slides, templates and case study materials.
The Original Plan
Estimating, Contingency, Escalation, Freight
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