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Project Controls Curriculum

Understand how to effectively control projects with over 20 hours of high-quality content

Course Duration: 3 – 4 hours

Following completion of this module you will have a good understanding of the following: Cost Reporting and Control, Preparing an S Curve, Budgeted Cost of Work Scheduled and Performed, Actual Cost of Work Performed, Milestone Analysis, Cost and Scheduled Variance, CPI, SPI, EAC and Earned Value.

Course Duration: 4 – 5 hours

Planning and Scheduling is a precursor to this course. Following completion of this module you will have a good understanding of the following: Functional, Cost Per Unit, Parametric, Factor and Range Estimates, PERT, Direct and Indirect Costs, OBS – WBS Matrix, Bidding, Spreadsheets, Inflation and Escalation.

Course Duration: 5 – 6 hours

A variety of organisations use the well-established tools and techniques of project management to plan and control their projects more effectively. In order to gain the maximum benefit from whatever project management software is used, it is essential to be able to understand and use the tools and techniques of project planning & control. No precursor knowledge is required to complete this course. Following completion the student will have a thorough understanding of the following: Work Breakdown Structures, Organisation Breakdown Structures, Cost Breakdown Structures Critical Path Analysis, Network Diagrams, Float, Gantt Charts and Milestone Charts.

Course Duration: 3 – 4 hours

Planning and Scheduling is a precursor to this course. Following completion of this module you will have a good understanding of the following: The Transformational Model, Transformed and Transforming Resources, Defining Activities and Resources, The Law of Diminishing Returns, Resource Utilisation, The Cycle of Despair and Resource Levelling.

Course Duration: 2 – 3 hours

Planning and Scheduling is a precursor to this course. Following completion of this module you will have a good understanding of the following: Defining Risk, Risk Identification, Estimation and Evaluation, Risk Responses, Applying Risk Management, Checklists, Likelihood/Impact Grids, Cause and Effect Analysis and Monte-Carlo Analysis.