|City||Start Dates||Duration||Cost||Make a booking|
|London, United Kingdom||05 October 2020||1 week||£2,750||Click here|
|London, United Kingdom||05 October 2020||2 weeks||£4,220||Click here|
|London, United Kingdom||11 January 2021||1 week||£2,750||Click here|
|London, United Kingdom||11 January 2021||2 weeks||£4,220||Click here|
Projects fail most often because of poorly written or misinterpreted requirements. But once a project is begun, controlling schedule and cost is the most difficult aspect of the project manager’s job. This course will describe requirements and requirement analysis, but also it will discuss how to incorporate these requirements into a project plan and how to set up and implement a monitoring and control system to ensure that projects are successfully completed on time and on budget.
At the end of the course delegates will be able to:
- Understand schedule and cost control and their need
- Identify project requirements and its types
- Familiarize with the statement of work format
- Apply the work breakdown structure models
- Translate the work breakdown structure into the plan
- Use and interpreting network diagrams
- Use estimating tools and techniques
- Monitor and controlling the project
- Apply earned value
- Interpret earned value analysis
- Understand project change control and change control management
- What is Schedule and Cost Control? – Directing Progress, Directing Actions, Controlling Results, Conserving Resources
- Identifying Project Requirements
- Determining Whether to Pursue a Project
- Work Breakdown Structure and Baseline Development
- The Baseline: Technical, Cost, Schedule, Performance Measurement
- Cost Categories
- Estimating and Budgeting Determination
- Planning the Project
- The Implementation Phase
- Monitoring and Control
- The Project Change Process
Our mission is the development of potentials in individuals and organizations in emerging economies. We believe that economies develop when entities within it are performing to their highest potential.
People matter to us. We are committed to understanding our clients so that we can serve them better. Our ultimate goal is to foster mutually beneficial longterm relationships with each of our clients that is built on trust.
Our faculty members are experts within their fields, and are supported by a network of dynamic back-office staff. We actively encourage collaboration and knowledge sharing, recognizing that winning ideas come from collaborative thinking. With the wealth of knowledge within our teams and our collaborative ethos, we create an atmosphere that is conducive to learning for all our delegates.