Project planning - Project management development training
Compliant with BNAE RG 00041 (from BNAE : Bureau de Normalisation de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace, a standardization body in the field of aeronautics and space construction)
This course is intended for those wishing to broaden their techniques and methods of project planning, particularly those required to implement General Recommendation GR AERO 00041. It provides an integrated overview of the current situation regarding project planning techniques as applied in the project management software market.
The course lasts 3 days (18 hours) and includes:
- Lectures and examples
- Individual exercises, group work and case studies.
The course is built around the BNAE General Recommendation GR AERO 00041 entitled Program Management - Recommendations for the Application of Networking and Scheduling.
Participants learn the techniques, tools and processes of the major steps of project planning.
Through the use of project management software, learners gain a full understanding of recommendation GR AERO 00041 as well as the rigor required for projects in the fields of aeronautics, space and defense.
The course draws on the book Project Monitoring Techniques published by Gilles Vallet at Éditions Dunod.
Course level : Advanced
The course is for those working in the small-scale project or sub-project management who are moving to medium- or large-scale projects.
Gilles VALLET :
Polytechnic School Graduate, Project Engineer, Highware International Advisor, Program Leader at Oxford Academics, author and teacher
Francis DOURNES :
Project Engineer, Consultant to Project Managers, project organization support and Highware International Trainer
Gérôme de WEWER :
Project Structure Manager, Project Organization Consultant and Highware International Trainer
- Integration of project planning into program management processes
- Introduction to General Recommendation GR AERO 0041
- Mapping different types of links between the tasks of a project
- Overview of the types of links to construct projet rationale
- Planning projet tasks by duration
- The critical route
- Accounting for external time/date constraints
- The dimensions of the assignment
- The S curve
- Case study - Preparing an industrial project
- Demonstrations and practical work using software
- Taking into account resources and the devising of planned workloads
- Devising schedules by resource availability
- Scheduling by loads
- Scheduling by margins
- Demonstration with project management software
EVALUATION OF THE COURSE AT DIFFERENT LEVELS
The course is subject to an evaluation process
(from the Kirkpatrick model) at four levels :
Level 1 is the satisfaction evaluation, which allows learners to express their feelings as and when.
The course is part of the Highware Postgrad in Project Engineering curriculum (IPMA - International Project Management Association). As such, it is subject to a Level II Assessment of Knowledge, a Standardized Assessment of Group Work (Level III), and a Prior Learning Assessment (Level IV).
For intra-company situations, this evaluation can be supplemented by a Level III assessment, where tangible application by learners is the subject of a review conducted with the same group.
Scheduled in French:
TOULOUSE: March 31 to April 2, 2020
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€1,200 excluding tax (20% VAT)